Research Principles of research Grants and awards

Acknowledging excellence

To acknowledge the excellence of our scientists and to stimulate them to further their career, Radboudumc and its research institutes annually grant several awards and subsidies. Furthermore, our scientists also receive prestigious national and international awards and subsidized grants.

A selection

With over 4,000 researchers at Radboudumc, there is so much happening. Here a selection of the grants and subsidies awarded to our researchers.

Spinoza Prize

The NWO Spinoza Prize is known as the "Dutch Nobel Prize". It is a mark of honor and a stimulus for further research. see laureates

Radboud Institute for Health Sciences



John Graunt Award 2016 for Paul Pharoah

* Early work

Professor Paul Pharoah qualified in Medicine from the University of Oxford in 1986. After a series of posts in internal medicine he worked for a year in Malawi on a leprosy vaccine trial. Then he completed his training in public health medicine before taking up a post as research fellow in the CRC Human Cancer Genetics group at the University of Cambridge. Having completed his doctoral studies in 1999 he won a CRUK Senior Clinical Research Fellowship. On completion of his fellowship in 2009 he was appointed Reader in Cancer Epidemiology and then promoted to a personal Chair in 2012. He is now professor of cancer epidemiology at the Depts. of Oncology and Public Health & Primary Care of the University of Cambridge. In addition to this professor Pharoah is Director of Teaching of the Dept. of Public Health & Primary Care and Honorary Consultant in Public Health for Public Health England.

* Research group

Professor Pharoah runs a research group with major interests in

  1. the genetic susceptibility to breast and ovarian cancer
  2. methodological issues in investigating the polygenic basis of cancer susceptibility 
  3. the influence of germline genotype and molecular pathological characteristics of breast and ovarian cancer on prognosis and response to treatment.
Professor Pharoah has been pivotal for the start of the Breast Cancer Association Consortium and the Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium, extremely successful global research collaborations to identify the genetic underpinnings of the risk and prognosis of breast and ovarian cancer. Through these consortia, dozens of new susceptibility loci and mutations have been identified. Professor Pharoah published almost 600 papers, many of them as senior or corresponding author.

* About the award

Since 2016, the Radboud Institute for Health Sciences honors an outstanding scientist every two years for their extraordinary achievements in one of the population sciences.

> read more about the award



Richard Grol Visiting Scientist Award 2016 for Trish Greenhalgh

* Nominated

Trish Greenhalgh is Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. Prof. Greenhalgh was nominated for the award by Prof. Gert Westert, leader of the Radboudumc research theme Healthcare Improvement Science.

Considering her extremely impressive CV as well as her inspiring college tour and lecture in Nijmegen on May 26th 2016, the RIHS management had an easy task in deciding to award Trish Greenhalgh.

* About Trish Greenhalgh

Trish Greenhalgh is an internationally recognised academic in health services research/ primary health care and a practising GP. She joined her department in January 2015 after previously holding professorships at University College London and Queen Mary University of London. As Director of the Interdisciplinary Research In Health Sciences (IRIHS) unit, she leads a program of research at the interface between social sciences and medicine, with strong emphasis on the organisation and delivery of health services. Her research seeks to celebrate and retain the traditional and humanistic aspects of medicine while also embracing the unparalleled opportunities of contemporary science and technology to improve health outcomes and relieve suffering.

* About the award

The Radboud Institute for Health Sciences honors a foreign researcher or teacher with the Richard Grol Visiting Scientist Award. This award is named after the founder of the institute.

> read more about the award



Other RIHS awards

RIHS PhD award

The RIHS PhD Award is annually awarded to the best thesis within the RIHS. 

RIHS Science Award

The RIHS Science Award is annually awarded to the best peer-reviewed scientific publication within RIHS, representing research that was performed at our University

RIHS Societal Impact Award

The RIHS Societal Impact Award is annually awarded to a RIHS research product with a high impact on society. The product should be based on a RIHS project and can have many forms. The nominated researcher(s)/group should have played a significant part in the development of the product and this must be part of his/her RIHS work activities.

4-year PhD position

To stimulate innovative health sciences research a number of PhD positions are annually available within RIHS. 

Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences



Hans Bloemendal Medal 2017 for Richard flavell

* Early work

Richard Flavell obtained his Ph.D. in 1970 in biochemistry from the University of Hull. After postdoctoral fellowships in Zürich and Amsterdam, Richard Flavell also worked in industry before starting an Immunobiology Program at Yale School of Medicine in 1988, where he holds the highest academic rank as Sterling Professor. His early work was important in developing cutting-edge techniques, such as reverse genetics, which paved the way for his notable contributions to new insights and advances in the immune system. Richard Flavell co-discovered introns in genes, and worked on DNA methylation long before “epigenetics” was invented. His laboratory discovered several families of receptors crucial for interaction and recognition of pathogens and he contributed to the understanding of downstream intracellular machineries. Hereby, his group has a great impact on the deciphering of the body’s immune defenses.
His contributions to science have provided insight into causal factors of chronic diseases and conditions such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, inflammatory bowel diseases and fatty liver disease. His latest work on inflammasomes, immune-microbiota interactions and immune tolerance provides exciting new possibilities for future research and therapies. For all of his work, Richard Flavell has received several awards for his outstanding research activities, such as the Milstein Award for excellence, the Vilcek Prize in Biomedical Science and the William B. Coley Award for Distinguished Research in Basic and Tumor Immunology. At Yale, he has great impact in training the new generation of scientists in the immunobiology program.
 

* About the medal

The Hans Bloemendal Medal is bestowed on very prominent scientists active in a wide variety of research fields. 

> read more about the medal



Hans Bloemendal Medal 2015 for Heymut Omran

* Early work

Heymut Omran obtained his medical degree from the Albert-Ludwigs-University in 1994 and subsequently completed his habilitation in 1980 on kidney failure in children. Specifically, nephronophthisis, a rare genetic disorder affecting cilia function. This early work formed the basis of his interest in ciliopathies. Currently, Heymut’s clinical and research specialty focuses on primary ciliary dyskinesia, (PCD) another ciliopathy that causes defects in cilia function in the respiratory tract. The diagnosis of PCD is a speciality in itself. Only a few centers worldwide have the necessary expertise.

* Scientific quest to understand rare hereditary diseases

Heymut Omran is the Chief Medical Director of one such center at the University Hospital Münster. In his scientific quest to understand rare hereditary diseases, his group was able to decipher many genetic defects of ciliopathies and characterize the importance and molecular mechanisms of action of motile cilia / flagella. His research has significantly contributed to clarifying the aetiology of cystic kidney disease, chronic respiratory disease, retinal degeneration, infertility and hydrocephalus. Using molecular genetics and cell biological techniques he characterized evolutionarily conserved biological mechanisms involved in the setting of left & right body asymmetry and mucociliary cleansing of the airways. Heymut Omran has won numerous awards for his research activities, most recently in 2015 the Eva Luise Köhler Research Prize for Rare Diseases. He is also an elected fellow of the prestigious Leopoldina National Academy of Sciences, one of the oldest academies of science in the world. Heymut Omran is a passionate and devoted paediatrician with a clear ambition to make a significant impact on healthcare. An inspiration to all, he has trained and mentored many young scientists to follow in his footsteps.

* About the medal

The Hans Bloemendal Medal is bestowed on very prominent scientists active in a wide variety of research fields. 

> read more about the medal


Other RIMLS awards

  • To stimulate innovative molecular life sciences research a number of PhD positions are annually available within RIMLS. read more


    4-year PhD position

    In line with our mission to generate basic knowledge in the molecular medical science and to translate this knowledge into clinical applications, into the development of diagnostics and into the treatment of patients through translational research programs, the RIMLS Institute announces the PhD round.

    Previous winners

     
    Round PhD Supervisor Title of project
    2018 Diede van Ens Willemijn Hobo Harnessing the immune system in myelodysplastic syndromes: combining hypomethylating agents with dendritic cell vaccination
    2018 Valentina Carotti Joost Hoenderop Kidney organoids as disease model to rescue Mg2+ wasting tubulopathies
    2018 Simone Kersten Alexander Hoischen Solving the Unsolved – Integrated DNA and RNA Analysis to Unravel the Causes of Primary Immunodeficiencies 
    2018 Charlotte Hoogstraten Tom Schirris Towards a systems pharmacology approach to understand and prevent drug-induced acute kidney injury 
    2018 Mariolina Bruno Frank van de Veerdonk Identifying novel immunotherapeutic treatment strategies in chronic pulmonary aspergillosis in patients with COPD 
    2018 Valentina Palacio Castañeda Wouter Verdurmen Engineering anthrax toxin-based systems for the tumor-specific targeting of BCL-2 family proteins in ovarian cancer
    2018 Tim Baltussen Paul Verweij How Aspergillus fumigatus escapes from azole stress
    2018 Baranca Buijsers Johan van der Vlag Heparanase: a double-edged sword in the development of glomerulonephritis
           
    Round PhD Supervisor Title of project
    2017 Massis Krekorian Erik Aarntzen Multimodal imaging of distinct immune cell populations with optimized nanoparticles
    2017 Gijs Franken Jeroen de Baaij CNNM2 as a new hotspot in blood pressure regulation
    2017 Elke Muntjewerff Geert van den Bogaart Unraveling the role of autophagy in antigen cross-presentation
    2017 Ralph Maas Harry Dolstra Deciphering immune checkpoint pathways crippling natural killer cell immunity against cancer
    2017 Marilen Benner Irma Joosten Lessons learned in utero: born to be alive
    2017 Elianne Bulthuis Werner Koopman Targeting mitochondrial morphology to combat mitochondrial disease
    2017 Bodine Bezemer Ronald van Rij Dissecting virus-host interactions in iPSC-based cell culture models for Zika and Dengue virus
    2017 Cenna van Manen Ronald Roepman Scrutinizing disassembly of the primary cilium and its role in cell cycle regulation and ciliopathie
     
    Round PhD Main applicant (fund) Main applicant (clinic) Title of project
    2016 Suraya Elfrink  Annemiek van Spriel Han van Krieken Discovery of CD37 as new diagnostic biomarker in human B cell malignancies; understanding CD37-induced signaling
    2016 Lisa Hetzel Ulrich Brandt Jan Smeitink Mitochondrial disease mutation m.3243 A>G tRNALeu - From 
    fundamental mechanisms to personalized biomarkers.
    2016 Marlies Noz Leo Joosten Niels Riksen Bad memories: trained innate immunity as a novel mechanism in atherogenesis
    2016 Kathrin Rabold Gosse Adema Mihai Netea Targeting the metabolic reprogramming of inflammation in
    tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs): a new therapeutic 
    approach in cancer’
    2016 Laura de Vries Joost Schalkwijk Robert Sauerwein Targeting Plasmodium falciparum Coenzyme2A biosynthesis for
    clinical development of novel selective antimalarials
    2016 Chao Ma Joost Hoenderop Bastiaan de Galan Treatment of hypertension by inhibition of sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 in diabetes type 2
    2016 Estel Collado Camps Roland Brock Martin Gotthardt Targeted cell-penetrating peptide-driven receptor 
    internalization as an innovative precision medicine approach for cancer theranostics
     
    Round PhD Supervisor Title of project
    2015 Elja Louer Peter Deen Age-related macular degeneration Sucs: from understanding to personalized therapy
    2015 René van Aerts Joost Drenth A comprehensive, molecular approach to generate improved patient care for polycystic liver disease
    2015 Roos Schellevis Anneke den Hollander Chronic central serous chorioretinopathy: Piecing it (back) together
    2015 Lianne Beunk Peter Friedl Tissue-guided cancer cell invasion: molecular biophysics and implications for therapy 
    2015 Selma van Esveld Martijn Huijnen From the nucleoid to man and back
    2015 Robin Nadar Sander Leeuwenburgh Combating bone metastases by delivering bone-seeking, theranostic platinum-based anticancer drugs
    2015 Rahwa Taddese Iris Nagtegaal Tumor promotion or inhibition? The effect of gut bacteria on colorectal cancer
    2015 Nils Rother Johan van der Vlag Deathly kisses: Apoptotic blebs and neutrophil extracellular traps cooperate in the pathogenesis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    2015 Laurens van de Wiel Gert Vriend A holistic approach to the analysis of genetic variation in patients
    2015 Remco van Cruchten Bé Wieringa Ribostasis problems in degenerative disease: Understanding myotonic dystrophy pathobiology through analysis of repeat-RNA structure
    2014 Jan-Hendrick
    Venhuizen
    Peter Friedl P120 catenin as master regulator of microenvironment-dependent plasticity of cancer cell dissemination and metastasis
    2014 Sami Mohammed Joost Hoenderop The renal cell's antenna to regulate Ca2+ transport
    2014 Rinske van Oorschot Joop Jansen GFI1B in megakaryocyte and platelet biology
    2014 Sabrina Boer Jack Schalken Elongated primary transcription in prostate cancer
    2013 Ideke Lamers Heleen Arts A genetic and functional approach to determine whether disrupted polarized exocytosis results in retina-renal ciliopathies
    2013 Till Mathan  Sonja Buschow Plasmacytoid dendritic cell anti-cancer vaccination: Unraveling the molecular and cellular mechanisms that lead to clinical success
    2013 Peer Arts  Alexander Hoischen Primary Immunodeficiencies - From genetic basis to therapeutic targets.
    2013 Human Riahi  Jamie Kramer Epigenetic regulation of transcriptional plasticity in response to environmental stimuli

  • Awards PhD retreat

    The best lecture and poster prize is awarded annually to the best lecture presented during the annual PhD retreat.

    Previous winners

    Year Best Lecture(s) Best Poster Best Debater
    2018 Jorrieke Weiden
    Marti Boss
    Felix Fennemann  
    2017 Guido van Mierlo
    Omar Tutakhel 
    Christopher Geven 
     
    -
    2016 Jessie van Buggenum
    Paul de Jonge 
    Jasmijn van Kampen -
    2015 Christian Büll
    Katharina Becker
    Sarah Weischer -
    2014 Jeroen de Baaij  René Raavé  -
    2013 Joep de Ligt
    Sabine Klischies (best contribution from the IRB students from Barcelona)
    Jorn Havinga
     
    -
    2012 Joël van Mierlo Bonnie Nijhof Robin van der Lee
    2011 Wieteke Hoeymakers Mirthe Erkens Sylvie Noordermeer
    2010 Jayne Hehir-Kwa Hanka Venselaar Renoud Marijnissen
    2009 Heleen Arts Jenny van der Wijst -
    2008 Susan Mulders Jeroen Middelbeek Laurens v.d. Meer
    2007 Susan Mulders Jeroen Strating Gang Cao
    2006 Esmeralda Davidson
    Kristopher Clark
    Tsing Cheng Azza El-Sheikh
    2005 Marije Koenders Qing Chang Joris Robben
    2004 Stan van de Graaf Dagmar Eleveld -

  • Best MSc thesis

    The Master's thesis is a proof of the ability of a Master's student to perform scientific research and to present his/her findings in a clear and concise manner. Yearly RIMLS gives an award to the most outstanding Master's dissertation.

    Nominations should be sent to Judith Ariëns before 1 December 2018 Nominations must be accompanied with a motivation including a (digital) copy of report.  

    Download criteria form

    Previous winners

    Year Winner Title of report
    2017 Anouk Becker Novel strategy for targeted nanovaccines for cancer immunotherapy
    2016 Marilen Benner Differential effects of microbes on endometrial lymphocytes. Analysis of endometrial and placental lymphocytes and the possible role of the local microbiome
    2015 Felix Fennemann Site-directed antibody functionalization for targeted vaccination
    2014 Bart van Beusekom Re-refinement in protein structure validation
    2013 Sarah Weischer Blocking Aberrant Sialylation in Cancer Cells -A Sweet Way to Augment Anti‐Tumor Immunity
    2012 Margo Dona Dissecting the function of ninl and c20orf12 using Danio Rerio as a model organism. Two players of the Usher protein network
    2011 Pascal Miessen (shared)
     
    Christian Büll (shared)
    A novel microRNA inhibitor in mouse cytomegalovirus is veiled as microRNA target
    Acute Inflammatory Response to Mannan Provides an Activating Environment for Arthritogenic SKG T-cells
    2010 Veronika te Boekhorst Control of cancer cell invasion and nuclear deformability by nuclear lamins
    2009 Anna Haeger The role of (local) cellular NAD+-levels during glioma growth and migration
    2008 - -
    2007 Hanneke Wittgen Application of a rapid, reversible and tunable protein regulation method to regulate the expression of the Ca2+ channel TRPV5
    2006 Anneke Navis Characterisation of RPGRIP1 interacting proteins
    2005 Elisa Börger The development of signet ring cell differentiation in mucinous carcinomas
    2004 Stanley Hato Not available
    2003 Sophia Bruggeman Not available
    2002 Mike de Bruijni Not available
    2001 - -
    2000 Pascal Duijf Not available
    1999 Christiaan de Kock Not available
    1998 Manon Zweers Not available
    1997 Erik Vossenaar Not available

  • Best PhD thesis

    The doctoral thesis is a proof of the ability of the PhD candidate to perform independent scientific research. Yearly RIMLS gives an award to the most outstanding thesis.

    Nominations should be sent to Judith Ariëns before 1 December 2018. Group leaders are invited to propose candidates. Thesis should be defended between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2018. Nominations must be accompanied with a motivation including a (digital) copy of the thesis.

    Download criteria form.

    Previous winners

    Year Winner Title of thesis
    2017 Pascal Miesen Untangling the piRNA pathway in the arbovirus vector mosquito Aedes aegypti.
    2016 Kalijn Bol Dendritic cell-based immunotherapy in melanoma
    2015 Jeroen de Baaij The Distal Convoluted Tubule: the Art of Magnesium Transport 
    2014 Ellen van den Bogaard From skin development to disease pathogenesis and therapeutics - The power of 3D skin models
    2013 Jurjen Tel Plasmacytoid dendritic cells & immunotherapy of cancer
    2012 Theo Plantinga Modulation of inflammation by genetic variation in innate immunity
    2011 Jenny van der Wijst New patches in the molecular understanding of renal magnesium handling
    2010 Joost Lesterhuis Dendritic cells in cancer immunotherapy
    2009 Camiel Boon Hereditary retinal disease, Clinical and genetic studies on the role of the peripherin/RDS gene, the BEST1 gene, and the CFH gene
    2008 David Koolen Opy number variation and mental retardation
    2007 Lisenka Vissers Molecular karyotyping by array CGH. Linking gene dosage alterations to disease phenotypes
    2006 Tom Neijenhuis Epithelial Ca2+ and Mg2+ channels in health and disease
    2005 Manon Zweers (shared)
    Toni Gabaldon (shared)
    Tenascin-X. Clinical and biological aspects
    Origin and evolution of the mitochondrial proteome: applications for protein function prediction in the eukaryotes
    2004 Edwin Janssen Not available
    2003 Ole Madsen Not available
    2002 Anneke den Hollander Not available
    2001 Jan Koenderink Not available
    2000 Joost Hoenderop Not available
    1999 Anne Lenferink Not available
    1998 Albert de Roos Not available
    1997 Lex Bakker (shared)
    Marcel Verbeek (shared)
    Not available
    Not available

  • Best Publication

    Since 2011, RIMLS awards annualy a prize for the best peer-reviewed publication. The publication should relate to a major scientific "breakthrough" that advances scientific understanding.

    Submission motivation & publication title and abstract should be sent to Judith Ariëns before 1 December 2018.

    ​Download criteria and application form.

    Previous winners

    Year Winner Title of publication
    2017 Tania Crişan, et al. Uric acid priming in human monocytes is driven by the AKT-PRAS40 autophagy pathway.
    2016 de Winde, C.M. et al Tetraspanin CD37 protects against the development of B cell lymphoma.
    2015 Weren, R. et al A germline homozygous mutation in the base-excision repair gene NTHL1 causes adenomatous polyposis and colorectal cancer
    2014 Cheng, S.C. et al mTOR- and HIF-1α-mediated aerobic glycolysis as metabolic basis for trained immunity
    2013 Habibi et al Whole-Genome Bisulfite Sequencing of Two Distinct Interconvertible DNA Methylomes of Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells
    2012 Bronkhorst, E. et al The DNA virus Invertebrate iridescent virus 6 is a target of the Drosophila RNAi machinery
    2011 van de Veerdonk, F. et al STAT1 mutations in autosomal dominant chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis

  • Master-PhD grant

    Facilitating excellent students and involving research in education are key elements in the policy of the Radboud university medical center.

    The Executive Board (RvB) of the Radboudumc has allocated money to give top students the opportunity to perform research as a PhD student on a self-written project.
     
    Year Winner Title of project
    2016 Viola Klück From bench to bedside: unravelling inflammatory mechanisms of hyperuricemia to prevent gout and associated diseases.
    2016 Julia van Tuijl High fat diet-induced trained immunity in atherosclerosis.
    2016 Laurens Verscheijden Building a virtual child to predict drug disposition in the pediatric brain.
    2016 Cansu Yanginlar rained autoimmunity as a driver in the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus.
    2015 Gaby Eliesen Handling of biologicals by human placenta and the risk of their use during pregnancy.
    2015 Shokoufeh Cheheili Sobbi The role of neuroinflammation in cognitive decline post-cardiac surgery. The FOCUS study.
    2015 Jeroen Slaats Tumor immune escape: unravelling and overcoming the immunosuppressive mechanisms  and niche in melanoma.
    2015 Inge Wortel Computational reconstruction of the tumour microenvironment: towards personalized cancer immunotherapy.

  • Travel grant

    RIMLS travel grants are available for work-related travel (e.g. conference, work placement) expenses. The RIMLS institute and the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) in Barcelona have officially agreed to collaborate in each other's research and educational programs (read more).
     
    Submissions motivations for the travel grants of 2018 should be sent before 1 December 2018 (23:59).

    Download criteria form.
     
    Year Winner Journey
    2018 Edyta Swider € 500,- to visit the ISMRM conference in Paris, France
    2018 Jos Smits € 1000,- to visit the International Investigative Dermatology meeting in Orlando, Florida, USA
    2018 Vera Dunlock € 700,- to visit the conference “Tetraspanin scaffolds in cancer and infectious disease” in Arizona, USA
    2018 Nicole Visser € 1000,- for a work placement at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, USA
    2018 Daphne Lobeek € 400,- to visit the 8'n international Symposium Sentinel Node Biopsy in Head and Neck Cancer - Consensus Meeting in London, UK
    2018 Hanna Niehues € 1000,- to visit the International Investigative Dermatology meeting in Orlando, Florida, USA
    2018 Martijn van den Bosch € 500,- to visit the OARSI 2018 World Congress in Liverpool, UK
    2017 Marilen Benner Keystone symposium: "Maternal‐Fetal Cross" Washington D.C., USA
    2017 Carlijn Bruggeling Work placement at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, Baltimore, USA
    2017 Amelieke Cremers Work placement at the Department of Genetics, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK
    2017 Andreas Kompatscher Experimental Biology Meeting 2017, Chicago, USA
    2017 Svenja Mennens Symposium EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany
    2017 Nelleke Spruijt Keystone Conference: Hematopoiesis. Banff, Alberta, Canada
    2017 Laurens van de Wiel European Human Genetics Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark
    2016 Brooke Latour Keystone Symposium: Ubiquitin Signaling (X3), Whistler Conference Centre, Whistler, Canada
    2016 René Marke The American Society of Hematology (ASH) conference 2016 in San Diego, USA
    2016 Pascal Miesen Keystone symposium. Small RNA silencing: Little Guides, big biology, Keystone Resort, Colorado USA
    2016 Wouter Touw Work visit, Imperial College, London, UK
    2016 Lotte de Winde 7th European Conference on Tetraspanins, Sheffield University Medical School, UK
    2016 Jenny van der Wijst 60th Biophysical Society Annual Meeting (in combination with a work visit to the lab of Dr. Yifan Cheng), Los Angeles, USA
    2015 Christian Büll Glyco23, 23rd International Symposium on Glycoconjugates, Croatia
    2015 Alex Garanto Iglesias Work placement, Iowa, USA
    2015 Kirsten Kuipers Pneumococcus congress, Oxford, UK
    2015 Marije Sloff TERMIS World Congress, Boston, USA
    2015 Sophieke van der Steen 19th Biennial Meeting of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology, France
    2015 Florian Wimmers EFIS/EJI Immunology Summer School, Porto Cervo, Italy
    2014 Michele Fedecostante IRB-PhD retreat, Barcelona, Spain
    2014 Tessa van der Geest IRB-PhD retreat, Barcelona, Spain
    2014 Lisanne van Oppen IRB-PhD retreat, Barcelona, Spain
    2014 Rocio Acuna Conference European Society for Human Genetics, Milan, Italy
    2014 Jeroen de Baaij ISN Forefronts, Boston, USA
    2014 Ellen van den Bogaard 8th Georg Bajka Int symp on atopic dermatitis (ISAD), Nottingham, UK
    2014 Arthur Kuipers Gordon Conference Barga Lucca, Italy

Funding and support


Funding and support

Are you a student or researcher at Radboudumc and do you wish to obtain a grant, national or international, for your research group or as an individual? To help you get started, we offer an overview of some of the available grants including some funded by Radboudumc. see overview
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