2 December 2019

Within the Academic Alliance, the Maastricht UMC+ and Radboudumc are already working together in several areas. And this is happening in more and more fields. On 27 November researchers from both umc's met during the fourth Exploration meeting, this time with the theme: Oncology.

After three earlier successful Exploration meetings (on Imaging, Neuroscience and Infectious diseases), 25 (medical) researchers from the five Radboudumc oncology themes and the Centre for Oncology welcomed 25 fellow researchers from the Maastricht Comprehensive Cancer Centre and the research institute GROW. The aim of the meeting was to explore new opportunities for collaboration and to deepen the existing research collaboration.

Read more: link (for employees only and in Dutch). 

The next meeting will be held at the beginning of 2020 (theme cardiovascular diseases). 


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