CWZ, Jeroen Bosch Hospital, Radboudumc, Rijnstate and the Sint Maartenskliniek jointly invest 240.000 euros in four new research projects.To stimulate cooperation between regional hospitals, a regional fund was started in 2016 to support joint research projects. Eleven projects have been funded over the past three years. This regional junior researcher fund is part of the regional research ambition of Radboudumc and its partner hospitals.
Four new collaborative projects have been awarded a Regional Junior Researcher Grant. They were announced during the Regional Junior Researcher Event, on 27 June at the Radboudumc.
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