13 June 2019

It is our pleasure to introduce Peter van der Kraan from the Dept. of Rheumatology, as the new leader of our theme Inflammatory diseases.


As such Peter van der Kraan will be the successor of Irma Joosten who has done an outstanding job in the last years as theme leader, for which we thank her wholeheartedly.

 

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