News & events
News & events
RIMLS Breakthrough Paper of 2016 for Lotte de Winde et al
Awarded is the paper entitled "Tetraspanin CD37 protects against the development of B cell lymphoma" published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
Radboudumc Medal for Jolanda de Vries
She was awarded this highest honor of our Radboudumc for her great individual merits as a trainer of physicians and researchers and excellent research.
Media coverage for artificial antigen-presenting cells research
During the Joint BSI & NVVI Congress being held 6-9 December 2016 in Liverpool, Loek Eggermont gave a presentation on the development of artificial antigen-presenting cells.
Deadline 1st February for Hacking the immune system symposium
We are organizing a symposium on computational immunology on Friday the 17th of February 2017.
Poster prize for Lotte de Winde (1)
Lotte de Winde was awarded a poster prize during the Joint BSI & NVVI Congress
Vaccine against skin cancer
Vaccine against skin cancer: Experimental treatment to be reimbursed by Dutch health insurance
Annemiek van Spriel has been awarded a prestigious ERC consolidator grant
Annemiek van Spriel has been awarded a prestigious ERC consolidator grant (2.000.000 Euro) to investigate tetraspanin proteins on tumour cells.
Thesis of the year award in the field of Oncology for Kalijn Bol
Kalijn Bol received the "Thesis of the year award in the field of Oncology" at the Oncologiedagen voor Nederland en Vlaanderen.
Publication in Cell Report
Title: SWAP70 Organizes the Actin Cytoskeleton and Is Essential for Phagocytosis. Baranov MV, Revelo NH, Dingjan I, Maraspini R, Ter Beest M, Honigmann A, van den Bogaart G.
Symposium:Hacking the immune system: exploiting computational immunology to understand the immune system.
Title: Hacking the immune system: exploiting computational immunology to understand the immune system. Date: Friday 17th of February, 2017. Location: Radboud Auditorium, Geert Grooteplein 15, route 296, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Speakers: See remarks