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ATTP student wins prestigious prize at ESOT conference

25 September 2013

University of Groningen PhD student Rolando Rebolledo has been awarded a Young Investigator Award at the ESOT (European Society for Organ Transplantation) conference in Vienna for Transplantation Research. Rolando is an Abel Tasman Talent Program (ATTP) PhD student supervised by Dr. Henri Leuvenink of the University Medical Center Groningen, and Dr. Pamela Romanque of the Universisdad de Chile. Rolando performs his research at the Department of Surgery and focuses on improving the quality of donor organs.

ESOT conference, Vienna 2013
ESOT conference, Vienna 2013

Director of Internationalization at the Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Prof. Han Moshage, comments:

"We would like to congratulate Rolando and his supervisors with this prestigious prize. We also see it as a confirmation that our internationalization strategy is a success: the quality of our ATTP PhD candidates is almost a guarantee as a result of their selection within the context of strategic international collaborations. The sustainable relations established between Universidad de Chile and Groningen has been extremely valuable, and we look forward to continue and expand our cooperation."

Last modified:04 July 2014 9.38 p.m.

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