On 11 June Scott Maurits received the Teacher of the Year award for a second year in a row.The prize was awarded during the summer barbeque organized by the students association of the medical faculty. He was selected as the winner by the second year bachelor students of Biomedical Sciences and won from his fellow nominees, both highly appreciated teachers, Dr. Saskia van Selm and Dr. Gert Olthuis. According to the students Scott won by being an inspirational teacher in statistics. Currently, Scott is a teacher for Epidemiology and Biostatistics and he is doing his PhD on body composition and prognosis in kidney cancer at the department for Health Evidence.
Scott Maurits is member of theme Urological cancers.
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