View our most important facts and figures that summarize 2018. Being at the forefront of research is not an individual sport, but it’s a team effort. The 2018 RIMLS annual report devotes attention to our successful researchers who were supported by their colleagues.
view facts and figures
View our most important facts and figures that summarize 2018. Being at the forefront of research is not an individual sport, but it’s a team effort. The 2018 RIMLS annual report devotes attention to our successful researchers who were supported by their colleagues. For this, we are very grateful. As an institute, we hope to continue to play a role in the future of science by bringing together researchers to facilitate excellent research, education and ultimately to advance innovation in personalized medicine.
Today's molecules for tomorrow's medicine
The mission of the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS) is to achieve a greater understanding of the molecular mechanisms of disease. By integrating fundamental and clinical research, the institute obtains multifaceted knowledge of (patho)physiological processes. To have a significant impact on healthcare, these findings are translated into diagnostics, therapeutics and personalized treatment strategies.
Publications in prestigious scientific journals like JAMA, Cell, The Lancet, and many more- an accomplishment of our researchers that we are very proud of. We selected a few highlights, such as Peter Pickkers’ publication in JAMA. read more
Great research comes from talented researchers. At RIMLS we cherish our talents and offer the best possible support to make them flourish. Whether they are Master’s students, PhD candidates, postdoc’s, Professors or other staff members. Proudly presenting some of our research talents. read more
Research should create impact. We believe this deserves to be seen and heard in the world around us. To this end we encourage and support outreach activities whenever we can. In 2018 this resulted in, for example, a public day and a guided tour for the Dutch Kidney Foundation. read more