19 February 2019

The Nature Microbiology paper by the CMBI researchers Daniel Garza, Martijn Huynen, and Bas Dutilh won the first place in the paper award session of the Tumors of the digestive tract research theme.

The paper competed with six other recent publications produced by radboudumc research groups that had PhD candidates as first authors. The first authors were invited to give a short pitch and the public voted and selected our publication as the best paper/pitch.


 

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