News items related to the Department of Physiology.
Radboudumc Master Prize for Mark van Goor18 June 2019
Mark van Goor, theme Renal disorders, received the Radboudumc Master Prize for his MSc thesis entitled “High-resolution structure of the renal calcium channel TRPV5 revealed with cryo-EM”, which was based on his internship at the lab of Prof. Yifan Cheng, USA.
Special microscope films how gateway in kidney cells opens and closes6 May 2019
One of the gateways in the kidney cell virtually exclusively allows calcium through. But how does that calcium channel work exactly? What does the molecular machine look like that makes sure that the channel opens and closes?
A personal touch of Caro Overmars-Bos24 October 2018
In order to promote interaction amongst colleagues within RIMLS, we have a ‘personal touch’ series setting employees in the spotlight. A light-hearted manner to learn about the colleagues you know and those you don’t! This week: Caro Overmars-Bos.
Exercise and the kidneys; effects on kidney function and injury26 June 2018
Coen Bongers, Thijs Eijsvogels, Maria Hopman and colleagues published an article in Physiological Reports on the effects of acute versus prolonged exercise and dehydration on kidney function and kidney damage in healthy young adults.
ZonMw consortium grant for Thijs Eijsvogels4 April 2018
The ZonMw Sport and Physical Activity Research Programme aims to strengthen multidisciplinary research in the field of sport and physical activity. A nation-wide consortium, led by Thijs Eijsvogels, received a grant of €420,000 for their project: Thermo Tokyo: Beat the Heat.
A personal touch of Anique ter Braake1 February 2018
In order to promote interaction amongst colleagues within RIMLS, we have a ‘personal touch’ series setting employees in the spotlight. A light-hearted manner to learn about the colleagues you know and those you don’t! This week: Anique ter Braake.
Four Veni grants for young Radboudumc researchers28 July 2017
Four researchers from Radboudumc have been awarded a Veni grant the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). These grants provide highly promising young scientists with the opportunity to further elaborate their own ideas during a period of three years.