Research Departments Physiology 20211224 New Years wishes
29 November 2021

2021 has been a rollercoaster year! Hopeful moments, in which the old normal seemed to be slowly returning, alternated rapidly with changing Corona numbers and again a large set of restrictions. I appreciate everyone’s flexibility and creativity to deal with these difficult circumstances

Fortunately, there were also many great moments to look back on in the last year. Our scientific activities still progressed impressively in 2021. We celebrated our departments 60th anniversary and we enjoyed time together at our annual BBQ and during the Lab Day Out.

Please be safe, stay healthy and enjoy the holiday season with your loved ones. Memorize the past year and make plans for the coming year. Hopefully, you will reconvene your work refueled and have a successful start in January.

In the coming year we will keep you posted about all the ins and outs of our department and our nice colleagues. You are welcome to visit our website regularly to remain updated.

Wishing you a joyous 2022!

René Bindels

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