Lionne Ekers - Borrenbergs, management assistant and web editor of the Radboud Institute for Molecular Sciences (RIMLS) received the Radboudpluim on Friday 26 June. She was awarded with the pluim by Judith Prins, scientific director, for her special merits for the Radboudumc. Lionne is a born ambassador for our institute', says her supervisor René Bindels.
In her position as management assistant, Lionne makes a valuable contribution to the management of RIMLS and the Radboudumc. Lionne makes a significant contribution to science communication and she is doing very well. She fulfils a bridging function to improve science communication on all fronts. For example, Lionne has helped set up and continuously improved the web pages of the RIMLS. René: 'Lionne excels in commitment, pro-activity, collegiality and loyalty to RIMLS. She combines this with a cheerful and enthusiastic image, which makes her an excellent hostess for the RIMLS institute. She has more than earned the praise!
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.
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