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René Raavé postdoc

René Raavé is a post-doc at the department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine in the field of preclinical imaging in drug development. His main project is to evaluate novel 89-Zr chelators for PET imaging and translational imaging to study the pharmacokinetics and dynamics of novel biologics.

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René Raavé postdoc

René Raavé is a post-doc at the department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine in the field of preclinical imaging in drug development. His main project is to evaluate novel 89-Zr chelators for PET imaging and translational imaging to study the pharmacokinetics and dynamics of novel biologics. His PhD project was to develop different strategies to target and deliver chemotherapeutics to ovarian cancer cells in vitro and in vivo using lyophilisomes (proteinaceous nano- to microsized capsules). René Raavé has a Master of Science in biomedical sciences with two full majors (toxicology and human pathobiology) from the Radboud University. During the master he was a research scholar at the Boston University School of Medicine arthritis center and at the National Institute for Health and the Environment (RIVM).

Personal prizes & awards national & international

  • 2015: Best laptop presentation award; International symposium: "Implementing systematic reviews of animal studies. The next steps"
  • 2014: Best poster award; Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences PhD retreat
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Personal prizes & awards national & international

  • 2015: Best laptop presentation award; International symposium: "Implementing systematic reviews of animal studies. The next steps"
  • 2014: Best poster award; Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences PhD retreat
  • 2013: Individual full 4-year PhD research grant (Eur. 228000)
  • 2013: Best poster award; New frontiers symposium on Regenerative Medicine

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Field of study

Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences

Our main aim is to achieve a greater understanding of the molecular mechanisms of disease. By integrating fundamental and clinical research, we obtain multifaceted knowledge of (patho)physiological processes. read more