As of January 2019, Jitske Jansen (chair, dept. of Pathology and Pediatric Nephrology, RIMLS) and José Custers (co-chair, dept. of Medical Psychology, RIHS) will represent the board of the Radboud Postdoc Initiative (RPI).We would like to thank the previous board members, Sandra Heskamp and Janet Vos, for their effort and initiatives during the past years.
If you would like to learn more about RPI please visit the website.
Next event: Postdoc retreat ‘Stepping into leadership’ will be held on February 12.
More information about the event can be found here. Register before January 31.
Free of charge.
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