9 May 2019

Hanne Rooijackers, theme Mitochondrial diseases, has been awarded the Dr. C.J. Roos prize for her thesis 'Impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia in type 1 diabetes. The role of lactate.'


The Dr. C.J. Roos Foundation, in collaboration with the Dutch Internists Association, awards annually the Dr. C.J. Roos Award for the best clinical dissertation in the field of Internal Medicine. One of the aims of the foundation is to promote clinical scientific, patient-related research in the Netherlands with this prize.

The first prize of € 2000 has been awarded annually since 2005. 

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