Research Departments Physiology 20201027 Out of the Lunchbox
27 October 2020

René Bindels opened the meeting by emphasizing the importance of good care, care for yourself and also care for your colleagues. This was followed by a welcome to all our new bachelor and master students. In the past few months a large number of new colleagues have started their work at our department. René also gave them a warm welcome. After some domestic announcements two presentations followed. Emre Dilmen and Laurien Buffart introduced themselves to the colleagues and gave an enlightening presentation about their research projects. Of course, there was also room to ask questions.

It was a successful meeting and the participants also highly appreciated the digital gathering. The statement: 'It is good to plan a monthly Out of the Lunchbox, even if it's online' received a very positive response.


Related news items


Bifunctional protein PCBD2 operates as a co‐factor for hepatocyte nuclear factor 1β and modulates gene transcription.

30 March 2021

Lotte Tholen, theme Renal disorders, and colleagues published in the FASEB Journal that PCBD1 and PCBD2 exert different effects on HNF1β‐mediated transcription.

read more

Bifunctional protein PCBD2 operates as a co‐factor for hepatocyte nuclear factor 1β and modulates gene transcription.

30 March 2021

Lotte Tholen, theme Renal disorders, and colleagues published in the FASEB Journal that PCBD1 and PCBD2 exert different effects on HNF1β‐mediated transcription.

read more

Employees Personal Touch Anastasia Adella

29 March 2021

In the monthly 'Employees Personal Touch' an employee answers a few qustions about the work, all with a personal touch. Now Anastasia Adella tells us her story.

read more

Out of the Lunchbox One year after the first Coronavirus measures

26 March 2021

It remains important to meet regularly as Physiology colleagues. Therefore a digital Out of the Lunchbox meeting was organized.

read more

Radboud Network Women Professors Award 2021 for Yvonne Hartman

8 March 2021

She received the award during the congress 'Women in the Spotlight'.

read more

Exercise prevents new cardiovascular diseases

4 March 2021

Exercise lowers the risk of glucose intolerance, obesity, elevated cholesterol and hypertension. The risk of new cardiovascular diseases can be lowered by an individual exercise guideline, argues epidemiologist Esmée Bakker in her dissertation on March 4.

read more