Building of RIMLS
Building of RIMLS

Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences

The Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences is a leading interfaculty research institute of the Faculty of Science (RIMLS-Science), which is scientifically affiliated with Radboudumc Research Institute for Medical Innovation. The overarching aim of RIMLS is to decipher molecular mechanisms of disease.

Highlights

Portrait of Hendrik Marks

ZonMW open grant on early human embryogenesis

Hendrik Marks (RIMLS-Science) has received an ZonMW open grant on early human embryogenesis. Together with researchers from Maastricht University/ MUMC+, they will use powerful embryo models to study how human embryos cope with aneuploid cells.

Woman with brown hair

Unlocking Skin's Secret Defender: AHR's Role in Barrier Formation

AHR plays a key role in skin health by activating TFAP2A, essential for skin barrier integrity. Researchers used advanced techniques to demonstrate this mechanism, with implications for treating skin barrier disorders.

Jo Zhou portrait

HHINT Kickstarter for transplantable corneal stem cells

In the project iCorneaTherapy, Jo Huiqing Zhou collaborates with the Finnish company StemSights on the development of transplantable corneal stem cells.

Visiting address

RIMLS-Science is temporarily located in the Radboudumc building (Route 433) in Nijmegen.

Route 433 (M379.00.118)
Geert Grooteplein-Zuid 8
6525 GA Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Postal address

Department of Molecular Biology M850/3.97
259 RIMLS, P.O. Box 9101
6500 HB Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Contact

Get in touch with RIMLS by contacting Vesna Andonov of the secretariat. Follow us also on X.

+31 24 361 05 23