The Netherlands Society for Radiobiology was born on the 2nd of February 1959 in Utrecht to support radiobiology in the Netherlands. This means that we are 60 years old!
Our refreshed website is now online, please let us know at email@example.com if you have any comments or requests. New functionality on the website includes the radiobiology-related newsfeed and rich calendar of meetings and courses. We will be happy to add your own news and events! NVRB is now also active on social platforms. For […]
Our secretary Dr. Julie Nonnekens (Erasmus MC) has been awarded a Young Investigator Grant of the Dutch Cancer Society (KFW) to fund a project that focuses on the improvement of targeted radionuclide therapy for neuro-endocrine cancer. In this preclinical research project various combination therapy approaches will be tested and biomarkers that can be used for […]
In the recent round of funding, The Dutch Cancer Society subsidized proton therapy research in The Netherlands with the amount of €4.5 mln, allocated to two research projects. The first project, led by Prof. Sytze Brandenburg from the KVI- Centre for Advanced Radiation Technology in Groningen, received €2.8 mln for development and implementation of technology for […]
During the NVRB fall meeting in Utrecht on November 16th, the composition of the new NVRB board has been finalized. NVRB President Prof. Haico van Attikum (LUMC), Prof. Marc Vooijs (Maastricht UMC) and Dr. Paul Span (Radboud UMC) have been joined by Dr. Julie Nonnekens (Erasmus MC), who be the Secretary, Dr. Przemek Krawczyk (Amsterdam UMC), Dr. Fieke […]
Unfortunately, it has come to our attention that Prof. dr. G.W. (Eddie) Barendsen died on June 20, 2018. Eddie was born in Groningen in 1927 and received his doctorate on age determination with radioactive carbon at the University of Groningen in 1955. He was an extraordinary professor of radiobiology from 1970 to 1987 and from […]