RIHS PhD Award

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

Previous winners

Year Name Title PhD thesis
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 PhD Award

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

previous winners

Application guidelines

The call is closed. Deadline for submission is usually medio January. We will announce the new submission date when submission is available again.

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Application guidelines

RIHS researchers may submit max. 1 nomination for each award. Please submit your nominations to RIHS@radboudumc.nl. Deadline for submission is usually medio January. We will anounce the new submission date when submission is available again.


Eligible PhD theses:
  • Thesis was successfully defended between 1-1-[past year] and 31-12-[past year].
  • 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 preferentially included in the thesis.
 Please submit:
  • 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

Information

Marieke de Visser PhD
research policy advisor RIHS

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