This award is intended for 'coming women’: young, ambitious women at a stage of their careers, where they make important career choices. This prize is especially for women who show exemplary behaviour within the organization where they work, but also outside their organization.
From all the nominations, the nomination committee, consisting of Didi Braat and Bertine Lahuis, has chosen the final winner: Sandra Heskamp, theme Rare cancers.
Other nominees for this award were:
- Ilja Heijting
- Milou van Ingen
- Jitske Jansen
- Concha van Rijssel
- Myra Schleedoorn
About women's network X²
The women's network X² consists of highly educated women working at Radboudumc, who want to develop their careers, stay vital in their work and expand their mutual network.
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