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

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Deepening our understanding of early mammalian embryogenesis

Suzan Stelloo and her colleagues at RIMLS-Science investigated early mammalian embryogenesis using stem-cell based embryo-like structures called 'gastruloids'.

Hendrik Marks bij de uitreiking van de Senior Award

Senior Award from the De Snoo - van 't Hoogerhuijs Foundation for developmental biologist Dr. Hendrik Marks

Dr. Hendrik Marks, a researcher in Molecular Biology, has received the Senior Award from the De Snoo - van 't Hoogerhuijs Foundation for his contributions to reproductive medicine and developmental biology.

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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.

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