Radboud Institute for Health Sciences Science for care, care for scienceIdeally, every procedure in clinical practice and public health should take place based on proof, instead of intuition or 'experience'. Our aim is to innovate and personalize healthcare and public health by applied and methods-based research. read more
News & agendas
Children with asymptomatic malaria a ‘hidden risk’ to disease control effortsPublication in The Lancet Infectious Diseases17 June 2021
ZonMw Open Competition Grantsfor several Radboud researchers15 June 2021
Human microbiome could shed light on higher morbidity rate in minoritized populationsThe link between environmental inequities and disease may lie in the gut15 June 2021
In the spotlight
Maarten van der Weijden Foundation selects Radboudumc research for recruitment campaign Preventing cancer in people with intellectual disabilities1 June 2021
The Maarten van der Weijden Foundation, founded by top swimmer Maarten van der Weijden, supports several innovative cancer research projects each year. One of the three selected this year is Radboudumc's research into the prevention of cancer in people with intellectual disabilities.read more
RIHS Awards ceremony Six winners4 March 2021
On 2 March, the RIHS Awards 2020 ceremony took place online. In front of an audience of more than 150 colleagues, RIHS awardees accepted their awards. New this year was the Patient Involvement Award for those who actively involved patients in their studies. Curious who they are? Read it now!read more
Open Science and open access
Open science is the practice of science in such a way that others can collaborate and contribute, where research data, lab notes and other research processes are freely available, under terms that enable reuse, redistribution and reproduction of the research and its underlying data and methods.read more
Open Science and open accessOpen science is the practice of science in such a way that others can collaborate and contribute, where research data, lab notes and other research processes are freely available, under terms that enable reuse, redistribution and reproduction of the research and its underlying data and methods. Radboudumc agrees with international developments concerning open science. See the National Plan Open Science. Open Access is an important part of Open Science. Open Access of publications provides direct, free and online access to scientific publications without copyright restrictions of publishers. Open Access significantly increases the visibility of a publication. Current Radboudumc guidelines regarding Open Access publishing are in order of priority:
- In case you have funding for article processing charges (APC), and there is a good open access candidate journal for your paper, submit your paper to this open access journal
- In other cases, and for the time being, submit your paper to a classical journal that waives the APC for corresponding authors from Dutch universities (see www.openaccess.nl)
- If there is no good candidate journal that waives the APC, search for a good alternative open access journal (and pay the APC)
- If there is no good alternative open access journal, as a last option, choose a classical journal and pay APC to make your paper open access.
The UBN provides advice about open access.
Keep in touch
Career Jobs and internshipsRIHS offers ample positions for talented and ambitious new colleagues. There are frequent job openings for talented researchers, technical personnel and students alike. These positions are advertised on this website.
Hypatia Tenure Track GrantA significant impact on healthcare is at the core of the Radboudumc. It is, of course, far from the only institution seeking to achieve this. What sets Radboudumc apart is its level of commitment to selecting the best people and supporting them in order to achieve its vision. To demonstrate this, the medical center awards the prestigious one million Euros Hypatia Tenure Track Grant, to attract the most talented scientists.
InternshipsRIHS welcomes students to perform internships within our institute. Many departments are very open and willing to accommodate ambitious students. Internships are not centrally organized in our institute. We recommend that you browse the Radboudumc/Research website for interesting topics and directly contact (a limited number of) principal investigators with your resume, motivation, duration of internship and desired start date.
Contact and getting there
Radboud Institute for Health Sciences
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6525 EZ Nijmegen
Postal addressPost 148 RIHS
P.O. Box 9101
6500 HB Nijmegen
ContactT: +31 (0)24 361 46 39