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Six PhD-students receive de Cock-grant

04 February 2019

Six students from the Biomedical Engineering department were awarded financial support via a competitive grant issued by the Jan Kornelis de cock foundation. Lais Ribovski (Drug Delivery across cellular bariers), Aryan Morita (Bioimaging & Bioanalysis), Lu Ge (Materiobiology & Nanobiomaterials), and Damla Keskin (biomaterial associated infection/Materiobiology & Nanobiomaterials) were awarded this honor for their research that is innovative and connected to medical sciences.

Laís Ribovski en Huaiying Zhang hebben beide een de Cock-Hadders grant gekregen.

Last modified:04 February 2019 7.55 p.m.

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