27 August 2019

On August 15, the Grant Support Office (GSO, department of Valorization) appointed Andrea-Nekane Roig Alba as grant advisor dedicated to the Radboud Institute for Health Sciences.

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

You can contact Andrea via the GSO mailbox or by telephone (+31 (0)650 15 50 00).
 
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