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Pieter Langerhuizen Stipendium awarded to Dr Lequime

14 June 2021
Dr Lequime
Dr Lequime

Dr Sebastian Lequime (GELIFES) has been awarded the 2021 Pieter Langerhuizen Stipendium by the KHMW (the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities). Lequime receives the Stipendium for his research project 'Using viruses to assess their hosts’ population spatio-temporal dynamics'. The Stipendium will be handed out during an online prize ceremony of the KHMW on June 18.

The Pieter Langerhuizen Stipendium is earmarked for a different research field each year. The 2021 Stipendium was awarded in the field of biology & agricultural sciences.

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