21 February 2019

This year’s Valentine’s day in the Radboudumc was focused on the Radboud Research Round of the Tumors of the Digestive Tract.



In the biannual Paper Award session the big prize went to Daniel Garza from the Center for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics (CMBI), for his paper on “The environmental metabolome”.

Runner up was Anouk Rombouts (department of Surgery) with her paper on “Secondary tumors after treatment for rectal cancer” and the third prize was for Chella van der Post (department of Pathology) about “Screening of relatives from patients with hereditary gastric cancer”.

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