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Winners UEF-JSM Talent Grants and Van der Meer-Boerema Foundation Grants

15 November 2016

Tuesday 15th of November the Ubbo Emmius Fonds (UEF) JSM Talent Grants and the Van der Meer-Boerema Foundation Grants were awarded. Due to the MD/PhD program of the Junior Scientific Masterclass (JSM) students of Medicine and Dentistry can combine their master with scientific research. This enables them to go through an accelerated PhD program during their studies.

Three UEF JSM Talent Grants of € 8,000, made possible thanks to a telephone fundraising campaign among alumni in the spring of 2016, went to Willemijn van Rijt, Ryanne Hijmans and Marlies Ketelaar. Four other Talent Grants ranging from € 5,000 to € 10,500 and funded by the Van der Meer-Boerema Foundation, were awarded to Jan Brouwer, Olaf Geerse, Andries Groen and Joost Hof. For more information about the JSM.

f.l.t.r. Joke van der Mark (JSM), Marlies Ketelaar, Jan Brouwer, Willemijn van Rijt, Olaf Geerse, Ryanne Hijmans, Gerbrand Visser (UEF), Joost Hoft and Andries Groen.
f.l.t.r. Joke van der Mark (JSM), Marlies Ketelaar, Jan Brouwer, Willemijn van Rijt, Olaf Geerse, Ryanne Hijmans, Gerbrand Visser (UEF), Joost Hoft and Andries Groen.
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