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Promising young GRIP researcher selected for Lindau Rendezvous with Nobel Laureate

10 March 2014
Viktoriia Starkozhko
Viktoriia Starkozhko

Viktoriia Starokozhko, PhD in the research group Pharmacokinetics, Toxicology and Targeting, has been selected by KNAW and the Lindau selection committee, to attend the 64th Lindau Rendezvous with Nobel laureates in physiology and medicine this summer. At the Lindau Meeting 30-40 Nobel Laureates are expected to meet with around 600 young promising researchers to share their knowledge, establish new contacts and discuss relevant topics such as global health, the challenges to medical care in developing countries or future research approaches to medicine.

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