RIHS Awards ceremony Six winners4 March 2021
On 2 March, the RIHS Awards 2020 ceremony took place online. In front of an audience of more than 150 colleagues, RIHS awardees accepted their awards. New this year was the Patient Involvement Award for those who actively involved patients in their studies. Curious who they are? Read it now!
ZonMw grants to study optimal use of COVID-19 vaccines in patients with impaired immune systems3 February 2021
How do people with reduced immunity, especially kidney patients, react to a COVID-19 vaccination? And how can patients with peripheral arterial disease be helped by DNA testing? Our researchers received grants from ZonMw to make these studies possible.
New research through grants for Radboudumc researchers14 January 2021
Several researchers at the Radboudumc have received grants to start new studies, including on rare diseases, liver disease and cancer metastases. These are grants from the Dutch Research Council, European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases and the Gastric Liver Disease Foundation.
Hermesdorf Prizes for COVID-19 research team and Charlotte Bekker7 January 2021
The entire COVID-19 research team at Radboudumc, which includes Frank van de Veerdonk, Mihai Netea, Roger Brüggemann, Leo Joosten and Alexander Hoischen, will receive the 2020 Hermesdorf Prize. Charlotte Bekker will be awarded the Hermesdorf Talent Prize.
Last call for nominations RIHS Awards 202015 December 2020
RIHS researchers are invited to propose candidates for the RIHS PhD Award, the Societal Impact Award, the Science Award, the Supervisor of the year Award, and the novel RIHS Patient Involvement Award. Deadline for submission is 19 January 2021.
HFSP Grant for Johannes Textor30 March 2020
Johannes Textor, theme Cancer development and immune defense, has been awarded a program grant of 1 million US dollars by The Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) to investigate how T cells navigate extremely dense environments using experiments, modeling and methods from pedestrian dynamics.
NWO Open Competition ENW - KLEIN grant for Jenny van der Wijst9 March 2020
KLEIN grants offer researchers the possibility to realize curiosity-driven, fundamental research and elaborate creative and risky ideas. For this project, Jenny is seeking an enthusiastic postdoc to join her team working on ion channels.
FET-OPEN grant for Toin van Kuppevelt and Willeke Daamen6 March 2020
A grant of 592 kEuro has been awarded to Toin van Kuppevelt and Willeke Daamen, theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine, for a Horizon 2020 FET-OPEN project entitled “Heparin and heparan sulphate: from sequence determination to therapeutic strategies for Parkinson’s disease”.
Plugging the gap ZonMw/Health Holland grant3 March 2020
RIMLS en RIHS researchers Willeke Daamen, Frank Vandenbussche, Joris van Drongelen, Toin van Kuppevelt and Janneke Grutters have been granted 1.3 million euro for the development and evaluation of a new technology to prevent premature rupture of fetal membranes (iPPROM).
NWO open call GROOT grant for Michiel Vermeulen24 February 2020
Michiel Vermeulen, theme Cancer development and immune defense, received a 300,000 EUR grant within the NWO-GROOT consortium. He will use mass spectrometry-based proteomics and interaction proteomics applications to study proteome and gene expression dynamics during early C. Elegans development.
Dutch Brain Foundation grant for EENnacoma20 February 2020
Lavrijsen and Van Erp: ‘This grant will facilitate practice-based research, professionalization and further academization of EENnacoma, and links between different health care and research institutions all for the benefit of people with prolonged disorders of consciousness and their families.'
KNAW Early Career Award for Geert Litjens13 February 2020
Twelve young researchers received the Early Career Award from KNAW on 4 february. One of them is RIHS researcher Geert Litjens. The Award is aimed at researchers in the Netherlands at the start of their career who are capable of developing innovative and original research ideas.
6 million euros to uncover link between metabolic and brain disorders21 January 2020
An important European-funded initiative, coordinated by Radboudumc researchers Barbara Franke, Jan Buitelaar, and Janita Bralten, has been launched to explore how common molecular mechanisms may link metabolic disorders with brain disorders.
Theme Rare cancers paper award for Sven van den Bosch18 December 2019
The Radiother Oncology paper by researcher Sven van den Bosch and colleagues, won the first place in the paper award session of the theme Rare cancers. The paper competed with 4 other recent publications produced by radboudumc research groups.
Awarded KWF grants for Radboudumc researchers18 December 2019
KWF is investing 2.7 million euros in five different studies at Radboudumc. The awards are part of the new round of funding by DCS, in which over 34 million euros will be granted to Dutch cancer research. We congratulate our researchers with this funding and wish them success with their great work.
PPP allowance by Health~Holland for Fons van de Loo16 December 2019
Fons van de Loo, theme Inflammatory diseases, has been granted a 3 year PPP Allowance made available by Health~Holland for the project ‘REFIT’. The goal of this project is to restore the barrier function, immunity and microbiome of the intestinal tract using extracellular vesicles from milk.
1.5 million for research into young people with mild intellectual disabilities13 November 2019
Researchers from the Radboud University and Radboudumc will partner with social organisations to map how often young people with mild intellectual disabilities have psychological problems and how they can be treated. The project was recently awarded a subsidy of 1.5 million euro by ZonMw.
DELA, Radboudumc and Games for Health start a new project to fight loneliness among elderly using games12 August 2019
More than half of people aged 75 and over feel their selves lonely every now and then. A special collaboration between DELA, Radboudumc, and Games for Health will investigate whether joined gaming between elderly and young people can alleviate this social problem.
Online mindfulness therapy for patients with cancer and pyschological problems12 July 2019
Anne Speckens, professor of Psychiatry, and Judith Prins, professor of Medical Psychology, received a KWF grant to do research on online mindfulness therapy for patients diagnosed with cancer and have psychological problems.
Awarded KWF grants for Radboudumc researchers2 July 2019
The Dutch Cancer Society (KWF) has awarded 25.5 million euros to 50 new research projects in 16 different institutes. 8 grants are awarded to Radboudumc researchers. We congratulate our researchers with this funding and wish them success with their great work.
Grant about abuse of prescription opioids approved1 July 2019
Kees Kramers, Arnt Schellekens, Femke Atsma, Robert van Dongen and Henk Schers have been granted 1.8 million euro by NWO as part of the call of the Nationale Wetenschaps Agenda, in collaboration with investigators of Leiden and Utrecht university medical center.
Three VIDI grants for RIMLS researchers24 May 2019
Matthijs Jore, Daniele Tauriello and Johannes Textor are each to receive up to 800,000 euros to develop an innovative research theme and to build up their own research group. NWO is awarding the Vidi grant as part of the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme.