3 April 2020

Tom Schirris, theme Metabolic disorders, has been awarded the Martinus van Marum Prize 2020 for Life Sciences and Technology of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities.



This award of € 12,500 is intended as an incentive prize for researchers who have obtained their PhD degree in 2015 or later. The jury, consisting of members of the Society, came to this decision unanimously. The award ceremony will be held at a later date to be determined during a festive meeting in the Hodshonhuis in Haarlem.
 

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