Bart Kiemeney will step down as director of the Radboud Institute for Health Sciences (RIHS) on 1 April. Bart has held this position for over seven years and has brought the quality of science Radboudumc-wide to a higher level. The Board of Directors is very grateful to him for his tireless efforts for high-quality and socially relevant health (care) research.After 1 April Bart will again focus on conducting his own research within his area of expertise and on teaching. We would like to give you the opportunity to say goodbye to Bart as director of the institute during the Radboud Research Round with theme Urological Cancers.
Thursday 28 March 2019
16.00 - 17.00 hrs Radboud Research Round Theme Urological cancers
17.00 - 17.15 hrs Looking back by Paul Smits and Bart Kiemeney
17.15 - 18.30 hrs Research Café
Your presence will be highly appreciated! Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be present.
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