1 June 2019

On June 1, the Grant Support Office (GSO, department of Valorization) appointed Rachel van Swelm as grant advisor dedicated to the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences.

Rachel will be the primary contact person for all RIMLS researchers for information and support on grant opportunities. Moreover, as grant advisor RIMLS, Rachel will continue to fine-tune the services of the GSO to meet the needs of the RIMLS researchers.

You can contact Rachel via the GSO mailbox or by telephone (+31 (0)24 309 66 31 or 06-50092650).
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