RIHS PhD Award
The RIHS PhD Award is annually awarded to the best thesis within the RIHS.
|Year||Name||Title PhD thesis|
|2020||Sanne Gijzel||Bouncing back using a complex dynamical systems approach to measure physical resilience in older adults|
|2019||Machteld van Egmond||Effectiveness of septoplasty in adults with nasal obstruction and a deviated septum|
|2018||Stein Schalkwijk||Quantitative antiretroviral clinical pharmacology in pregnancy: delivering more.|
|2017||Jonne Doorduin||Diaphragm dysfunction in critically ill patiens: from monitoring to interventions.|
|2016||Jan Rongen||An evidence based evaluation of the treatment of meniscus tears.|
|2015||Angela Colbers||Exposure to antiretroviral agents in HIV-infected pregnant women: not too much – not too little.|
|2014||Richard ten Broek||The burden of adhesions.|
|2013||Erik Bischoff||Self-management of COPD and its exacerbations.|
|2012||Mark van den Boogaard||Delirium in intensive care patients; Detection, impact, prediction, prevention and biomarkers.|
|2011||Betsie van Gaal||SAFE or SORRY? A programme to implement multiple guidelines simultaneously.|
|2010||Hein Janssens||Gout arthritis in general practice.|
|2009||Sita Vermeulen||Genetic epidemiology of homocysteine and related diseases.|
|2008||Mauf Graff||Effectiveness and efficiency of community occupational therapy for older people with dementia and their caregivers.|
|2007||Marianne van Iersel||The interplay between gait and cognitive function in elderly people.|
|2006||Jeroen Schouten||Improving the quality for antibiotic use for respiratory tract infections at hospitals.|
RIHS researchers may submit max. 1 nomination for each award. Please submit your nominations to RIHS@radboudumc.nl. Deadline for submission is 19 January 2021. (Call is closed)
Eligible PhD theses:
- Thesis was successfully defended between 1-1-2020 and 31-12-2020.
- PhD candidates must be registered in the RIHS Graduate School (Training and Supervision Plan approved).
- RIHS affiliation must be mentioned in the thesis.
- Portfolio of training must be included in the thesis.
- Motivation for the nomination by one of the supervisors (max 250 words)
- Digital version of the PhD thesis
- Up-to-date publication list of the work in the thesis
The PhD award committee will assess the nominated theses on the basis of motivation and content, according to the following criteria:
- Originality / innovative character
- Scientific quality
- Relevance of the research within the RIHS’ field of knowledge, societal impact and clinical relevance