Radboud Research Round

Theme: Poverty related diseases

11 September 2014 00:00 hrs.
Tuinzaal, route 706
The global impact of excellent research

Dr. Teun Bousema, Dept. Medical Microbiology, Radboudumc

11-09-2014 00:00:00Europe/AmsterdamThe global impact of excellent research Tuinzaal, route 706Rimlsrimls@radboudumc.nl

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Theme: Poverty related diseases








Introduction to the research theme Teun Bousema (Medical Microbiology)


Paradigma shifts in malaria vaccinology. Robert Sauerwein (Medical Microbiology)


The right dose of the pivotal tuberculosis drug rifampicin: from animal models to societal impact in Africa. Rob Aarnoutse & Martin Boeree (Pharmacy & Respiratory Diseases)


HIV and tuberculosis research in Indonesia: scientific or societal impact. Reinout van Crevel & Rob Baltussen (Internal Medicine & Health Evidence)


Discussion chaired by Rob Baltussen & Teun Bousema(Health Evidence & Medical Microbiology)

17.30  Research Cafe


The discussion will focus on how to let impact, not impact factors, guide research priorities.

These lectures are intended for students, postdocs and staff interested in the latest fundamental and clinical research strategies within a particular theme. Registration is not required.

Next Radboud Research Round September 18 Disorders of movement.



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