The Laboratory of Hematology within the department of Laboratory Medicine Radboudumc
, consists of multiple research groups and a large diagnostic laboratory where research on blood cancers, bleeding disorders, and immune therapies is conducted. You will be working in an environment with researchers and technicians from the Laboratory of Hematology, exposing you to various disciplines related to blood cancers and bleeding disorders. Hematologists who are involved in patient care also participate in work meetings, bridging the gap between research and clinical practice.
As you will be studying sugar structures, you will also have frequent contact with the Radboud Consortium for Glycoscience, for example, for mass spectrometry measurements. You will receive personalized support and guidance and work closely with (PhD) students and postdocs. Radboudumc
Welcome to Radboud university medical center (Radboudumc), where our research groups strive for innovative solutions that make impact on health and healthcare. We challenge the status quo to overcome current and future health challenges. Our goal is to shape the future of healthcare for generations to come. Our focus is on prevention, sustainability, and meaningful care, which we achieve through our in-depth understanding of disease mechanisms, clinical science, public health research, medical technology and data science. Our approach is centered on breakthroughs that can truly enhance personalized healthcare and public health.
At Radboudumc, a comprehensive range of research programs provide the compass for our research efforts. Each program has a clear goal, where collaboration within and outside our organization is highly valued. We integrate care, education and research in partnership with our patients to ensure that our research programs have significant impact on health and healthcare. We invite you to join us in our mission to create a healthy future for all.
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