Research Departments Physiology 20210113 RIMLS Travel Grants
13 January 2021

Looking back on the year 2020, RIMLS organized a special webinar. In this RIMLS online New Year Celebration, René Bindels reviewed 2020 together with Clasien Oomen and Dagmar Eleveld-Trancikova and looked forward to 2021. During this celebration winners were presented for various awards. One of the awards is the RIMLS “travel” grant. These travel grants are available for a work-related event (e.g. online events, conferences, workshops, work placements, etc). This year several Physiology colleagues have been awarded a RIMLS travel grant.

Daan Viering € 1000,- to visit a conference in San Diego, CA, USA

Gijs Franken € 900,- to visit a conference in Andover, NH, USA

Lotte Tholen € 475,- to visit a workshop in Santander, Spain

Teodora Grigore € 500,- for a work placement at Karolinska Institute Stockholm, Sweden

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