After three excellent presentations, the broad jury - after careful consideration - declared Anique ter Braake the winner. The jury consisted of the Dutch Federation for Nephrology (NFN) president, the entire Science Section of the NFN and representatives of NVN, Kidney Foundation, Scientific Council of the Kidney Foundation, PLAN and the Preparatory Committee NND.
First Prize: Dr. Anique D. ter Braake (RadboudUMC)
Crystallizing the preventive effects of magnesium on vascular calcification.
Second Prize: Dr. Erik J.M. van Bommel (AmsterdamUMC)
Glucose independent effects of SGLT2 inhibition in type 2 diabetes.
Third Prize: Dr. Tineke Kraaij (LUMC)
The NET effect of novel treatments in lupus nephritis.
The winner of the dissertation prize receives an amount of € 1,000, the numbers two and three an amount of € 250. All winners receive a certificate.
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