16 January 2019

In 5 categories RIMLS young researchers received an award and bonus during the New Year's drinks.

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Best PhD Thesis 2018: Mani Diba
Title of his thesis: Development of composite biomaterials with self-healing properties.

Best Master Thesis 2018: Eline van Houtum
Title of her thesis: Glycoengineered molecules to target the sialic acid-siglec axis in tumor immunology.

Breakthrough paper 2018: Florian Wimmers, et al.
Title: Single-cell analysis reveals that stochasticity and paracrine signaling control interferon-alpha production by plasmacytoid dendritic cells.
Nature Communications 9, 3318, 2018

Best MIC Image 2018: Leontien van der Bent
Photo: Immortalized myoblasts from a myotonic dystrophy type 1 patient.

Travel grants 2018:

  • Cenna van Manen, € 500 for a work placement at Karls university of Tuebingen, Germany
  • Remco van Cruchten € 450 to visit the International Myotonic Dystrophy Consortium meeting, Sweden
  • Lisanne Gommers € 1,000 to visit the conference Keystone Symposia Microbiome: Chemical Mechanisms and Biological Consequences, Canada
  • Elke Muntjewerff € 1,000 to visit th annual Meeting of the American Association of Immunologists in May 2019, San Diego, USA
  • Daan Panneman € 1,000 to visit the Gordon Conference on Mitochondrial Dynamics and Signaling, USA
  • Eva-Leonne Göttgens € 465 to visit the 38th ESTRO meeting in Milan
  • Georgina Flórez-Grau € 400 for a work placement at the Immunology Institute in Marseille, France 
  • Jorge Dominquez Andres € 500 to visit the Conference: 2nd Human & Translational Immunology, Greece



 


 

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