After more than 45 years, Nelly said goodbye to "her" Radboudumc. Nelly joined in 1974 the Faculty
of Medicine and Dentistry. Over the past 19 years she has been a member of the RIMLS Laboratory Support and Media Preparation team in the Research Tower. There, together with her colleagues, she happily and accurately took care of the glassware, the media and the preparations for various research departments.
Now she can enjoy a well-deservered retirement. We are going to miss her dedication and collegiality, but we wish her al the best for the future in good health.
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