Jeroen de Baaij receives Hamburger prize

jeroen2_500x523.jpg

The Hamburger PhD thesis prize 2015 was awarded to Jeroen de Baaij, Dept. of Physiology, theme Renal disorders for his thesis entitled "The distal convoluted tubule: the art of magnesium transport". Jeroen presented his thesis at the annual meeting of the Dutch Physiology Society in Groningen where the jury (Dr. H. Silljé (Groningen), Prof. C. Bouten (Eindhoven) en Dr. D. Pijnappels (Leiden)) selected his thesis as the best physiology thesis.

The award is named after Hartog Jacob Hamburger (1859 - 1924), a Dutch Professor in Physiology of the University of Groningen.

Previously Jeroen's thesis was already selected as best thesis by the Dutch Society of Nephrology. For more information about his thesis click here.

On the photo: Dr. Herman Silljé (Groningen, chair of the Jury) and Dr. Jeroen de Baaij (right).


<< back to overview news items