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  • 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.

  • 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 Session: Poster Session

    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.

  • CLS Talks: Bert Le Bruyn

    CLS Talks: Bert Le Bruyn

    The monthly CLS Talks showcase research done within the Centre for Language Studies (CLS) with the aim to increase awareness of the ongoing research in the institute, and to facilitate discussions and collaborations between researchers.

  • Professor Gerard Meussen

    Valedictory lecture professor Gerard Meussen

    Professor of Tax Law at Radboud University, Faculty of Law will deliver a valedictory lecture (in Dutch) on Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 4 pm.

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

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

    During this webinar for admitted EU students, our current students will tell you everything you need to know about the key points of the post-admission process.

  • Research Master Thesis Conference

    Research Master Thesis Conference

    On Friday 21 June, the Research Master Behavioural Science will host the Master Thesis Conference. At this conference, all (minor and major) students will present their research to each other, to the supervisors, and to other interested researchers

  • Professor Daniela Müller

    Valedictory Symposium for Daniela Muller

    Valedictory Symposium for Daniela Müller

  • Listing Quality: Navigating Journal Valuation Practices in the Chinese Science System

    Listing Quality: Navigating Journal Valuation Practices in the Chinese Science System

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  • Inside Out - How can the internal structure of the mental lexicon support autonomous foreign vocabulary learning?

    Inside Out - How can the internal structure of the mental lexicon support autonomous foreign vocabulary learning?

    In this thesis, we explored whether a brain-inspired structure could be used to enhance autonomous learning of new foreign vocabulary. We know that the word knowledge in our brain, the mental lexicon, is organized based on similarity.

  • Summer Training School: ‘Research on health inequalities using longitudinal demographic data’

    Summer Training School: ‘Research on health inequalities using longitudinal demographic data’

    In collaboration with the European Society for Historical Demography the COST-Action Great Leap organises a summer training school on ‘Research on health inequalities using longitudinal demographic data’.

  • Understanding and addressing immune system malfunctions in advanced colon cancer

    Understanding and addressing immune system malfunctions in advanced colon cancer

    Colorectal cancer ranks as the second deadliest worldwide.

  • Roze zaterdag, homomanifestatie in Haarlem, 1989. Foto: Noord-Hollands Archief/Fotoburo de Boer

    Meeting of research group The Eighties on 'Gay politics'

    On 24 June, we will dive deeper into the 'gay politics' of the long 1980s at a meeting of The Eighties: Austerity, Reform, Conflict.

  • Exploring new treatments for vision loss in ABCA4 retinal disease

    Exploring new treatments for vision loss in ABCA4 retinal disease

    This doctoral thesis investigates the impact of genetic variants in the ABCA4 gene, which can lead to Stargardt disease type 1 (STGD1), a common inherited retinal disorder.

  • Guarantees by Construction

    Guarantees by Construction

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  • Piet Schoonenberg: comparatieve theoloog avant la lettre?

    Piet Schoonenberg: comparatieve theoloog avant la lettre?

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  • Cross-talk between the endocrine and the immune systems

    Cross-talk between the endocrine and the immune systems

    Endocrine diseases mainly arise from hormone overproduction/underproduction or malignancies in the endocrine tissues.