Last February the NCEBP board invited NCEBP researchers to submit proposals for one of the four available PhD student positions. This year the board allocated two positions to projects on "methodology development" (defined as development of methods that can be used by others for research), an important NCEBP goal. The other two positions were reserved for "international partner" projects, which had to be submitted together with an international partner. One condition was that the PhD student has to spend at least one year at the institute of the international partner.
After the NCEBP board selected 10 of the 29 submitted pre-proposals, the NCEBP Scientific Committee reviewed the 10 full proposals.
- Integration of evidence from different platforms and
populations in the quest for rare genetic risk factors for urinary
Dr Sita Vermeulen (Health Evidence)
- Developing and applying Patient Reported Outcome
Measures (PROMs) for clinical decision-making and performance
measurement in surgery
Dr Philip van der Wees (IQ healthcare)
- The effect of G6PD variation on utilising single
dose primaquine to block transmission of malari
Dr T. Bousema, Medical microbiology
- Rethinking postural stability after stroke
Dr Vivian Weerdesteyn (Rehabilitation)
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