10 December 2020

Now you have the chance to vote for your preferred candidate. Have fun, and go for it, support and promote your ideal supervisor. The winner will be announced during the RIMLS New Year Celebration on 12 January 2021. 

 

Deadline for voting is 4 January 2021

The three nominated finalists are (in alphabetical order):

       Jeroen de Baaij        Ellen van den Bogaard        Frank Hoentjen

 

Jeroen de Baaij, Renal disorders

  1. Jeroen excels in people management – Although we worked a lot from home the last couple of months, Jeroen was always in close contact with us for some small talk, to discuss about work-life balance or alternative research projects that could be done from home. Jeroen really takes care of the people he supervises. This also motivates us to take care of the whole team!
  2. Jeroen is a motivator – He always challenges us to get the best out of ourselves. Despite his insanely busy agenda, he always takes time to mentor us and he even helps with performing experiments!
  3. Jeroen is an inspirator – He brings energy in the group, connects people and shows that everything is possible.

Ellen van den Bogaard, Inflammatory diseases

  1. Because of her outstanding achievements in research - she is a great (female) role model of a very successful researcher 
  2. Because she managed to combine private life / moving, having a family and research (which just got more difficult this year). During most of our zoom meetings she is now running away from her children, which is always a good laugh. 
  3. Because she always see she positive in ever result (even the really shitty ones)

Frank Hoentjen, Inflammatory diseases

  1. Although Frank is very active as a clinical gastroenterologist, he always takes time for his researchers.
  2. He will answer emails throughout the day, always offers to call if it is a difficult question, or make an appointment within a week.
  3. Frank cares a lot about his PhD Candidates. He currently supervises 5 PhD Candidates and he assures that everyone is on track to have sufficient projects running and to be completed for the PhD Thesis. He makes sure that his PhD Candidates do not get to much other chores that will distract them from their goal -> do proper science and finish studies.

To vote, please send the name of one of the nominated supervisors to: rimls.info@radboudumc.nl

If you want to add your reasons why he or she is a source of inspiration, please feel free, so we can use it at the award ceremony.

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