Awardees RIMLS Junior Researcher round 2015

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Recently, RIMLS held an internal call for ten Radboudumc junior researcher (PhD) positions. In total 33 applications were received. An external independent multidisciplinary committee, comprising clinicians and non-clinicians, was formed to judge the projects in a two step procedure. The committee reviewed each project based on (a) novelty and innovation; (b) scientific quality; (c) quality of the research group; and (d) relevance for the RIMLS. The projects were subsequently scored by each member of the committee based on the project itself, initial referee comments and your rebuttal letter. This year 10 positions have been awarded to senior group researchers from diverse clinical and non-clinical departments.  

 

 

Round
PhD Supervisor Title of project
2015

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Deen Peter
Peter Deen

Age-related macular degeneration Sucs: from understanding to personalized therapy

2015

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Drenth, Joost
Joost Drenth

A comprehensive, molecular approach to generate improved patient care for polycystic liver disease

2105

Schellevis , Roos
 Roos Schellevis

Hollander, Anneke den (2)
Anneke den Hollander

Chronic central serous chorioretinopathy: Piecing it (back) together

2015

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Friedl Peter
Peter Friedl

Tissue-guided cancer cell invasion: molecular biophysics and implications for therapy

2015

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Huynen Martijn 2014
Martijn Huijnen

From the nucleoid to man and back

2015

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Leeuwenburgh, Sander
Sander Leeuwenburgh

Combating bone metastases by delivering bone-seeking, theranostic platinum-based anticancer drugs

2015

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Nagtegaal , I
Iris Nagtegaal

Tumor promotion or inhibition? The effect of gut bacteria on colorectal cancer

2015

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Vlag, Johan van der
Johan van der Vlag

Deathly kisses: Apoptotic blebs and neutrophil extracellular traps cooperate in the pathogenesis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

2015

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Gert Vriend 2014-web
Gert Vriend

A holistic approach to the analysis of genetic variation in patients

2015

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Wieringa Be 2014 Web
Bé Wieringa

Ribostasis problems in degenerative disease: Understanding myotonic dystrophy pathobiology through analysis of repeat-RNA structure

 

Previous winners can be found here.


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