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  • Stepping out of the clinic: towards objective, real-life monitoring of Parkinson’s disease

    Stepping out of the clinic: towards objective, real-life monitoring of Parkinson’s disease

    Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are small particles released by all cells, facilitating intercellular communication by transporting various molecules from cell to cell.

  • Human rights developments discussion group

    Human rights developments discussion group

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  • Portrait picture Anne Collins

    Tutorial by Anne Collins (UC Berkeley)

    Anne Collins will give a tutorial on computational modeling of behavioral learning data in Trigons Red Room (01.201)

  • Global Campuses?

    Global Campuses?

    International student mobility has increased rapidly both worldwide and in the Netherlands.

  • Reimagining Human Skills in the Age of Generative Artificial Intelligence

    Reimagining Human Skills in the Age of Generative Artificial Intelligence

    In this colloquium, Dragan Gašević presents a framework for human skills in the GenAI era, focusing on self-regulated learning, information problem solving, and collaboration, alongside innovative assessment approaches and future research directions.

  • PostDoc Ponders - Start of Summer

    PostDoc Ponders - Start of Summer

    Donders PostDoc Ponders event.

  • Portrait picture Anne Collins

    DCCN Colloquium Anne Collins

    Reinforcement learning frameworks have contributed tremendously to our better understanding of learning processes in brain and behavior.

  • Production and Initial Decomposition of Floating Leaves of Nymphaeid Macrophytes

    Production and Initial Decomposition of Floating Leaves of Nymphaeid Macrophytes

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  • Stepping out of the clinic: towards objective, real-life monitoring of Parkinson’s disease

    Stepping out of the clinic: towards objective, real-life monitoring of Parkinson’s disease

    Can the gait pattern in daily life be used as an indicator of the severity of Parkinson’s disease? This thesis shows that this is possible with a single motion sensor, worn on the ankle, lower back or wrist.

  • Bridging the Surgical Gap - Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

    Bridging the Surgical Gap - Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia

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  • Professor Jasper Krommendijk

    Inaugural lecture professor Jasper Krommendijk

    Professor of Human rights law at Radboud University, Faculty of Law will deliver an inaugural lecture on Wednesday, June 19, 2024 at 3.45 pm.

  • Logo of Radboud Ancient and Medieval Lecture Series

    Radboud Ancient and Medieval Lecture Series: Petra Schmidl

    The Radboud Ancient and Medieval Lecture Series brings to Nijmegen exciting new research on a variety of pre-modern historical topics, emphasizing the work of early career scholars in the Netherlands

  • Publish your dissertation via 'Radboud Dissertation Series'

    Publish your dissertation via 'Radboud Dissertation Series'

    We would like to invite you to the workshop that we are organizing for PhDs to explain our new service, 'Publish your dissertation via Radboud Dissertation Series'.

  • Very early Systemic Sclerosis - Hit Hard and Early?

    Very early Systemic Sclerosis - Hit Hard and Early?

    Systemic Sclerosis (SSc) is a rare autoimmune disease that causes scarring of the skin and internal organs. The disease is incurable and fatal, and leads to a considerable reduction in quality of life.

  • CLS Lab Lunch

    CLS Lab Lunch

    The Language Leak - examining syntactic transfer using EEG and eye-tracking.

  • Publish your dissertation via 'Radboud Dissertation Series'

    Publish your dissertation via 'Radboud Dissertation Series'

    Graag nodigen we je uit voor de workshop die we organiseren voor PhD’s om onze nieuwe service ‘Geef je proefschrift uit via Radboud Dissertation Series’ toe te lichten.

  • Exploring professional and public perspectives on strategies for early detection of esophageal cancer

    Exploring professional and public perspectives on strategies for early detection of esophageal cancer

    Screening for esophageal cancer is generally well received by the public, although willingness to participate strongly depends on the offered screening test.

  • Donders Poster Session 2022

    Donders Session: Poster Session

    During the yearly Poster Sessions, early career researchers show their work. Within each of the four Donders research themes a small group of judges inspected the posters and decided which one presented their work best.

  • Webinar | Admitted: What’s next? (non-EU)

    Webinar | Admitted: What’s next? (non-EU)

    During this real-time event, current students will tell you everything you need to know about the key points of the post-admission process.

  • Groep pratende mensen tijdens een borrel

    TLC Education Café - ePortfolio Learning: practical experiences

    The Education Café is the place to chat with colleagues once a month on Thursday afternoons about relevant and inspiring educational topics. In June, Rhanna Haverkort and Pieter Smit will talk about the use of the Portflow app.