As of 1 July 2020 there will be some changes at the RIMLS secretariat.
After more than 10 years Lionne Ekers will leave the RIMLS secretariat. Lionne has decided to broaden her horizon within the Radboudumc and started as a business support employee at the department of Gastroenterology. Her successor is Mireille de Jong. Her field of attention will be the news and events for RIMLS, web editing and general information at the RIMLS secretary. Mireille is available for you on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Mireille will work together with Judith Ariëns and Janneke Hermsen. For Graduate School matters you can contact Judith (l) or Janneke (r).
We thank Lionne wholeheartedly for the past 10 years and welcome Mireille as new colleague at the RIMLS secretariat and we wish her a lot of success.
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