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- Video pitches of PhD candidates
Every year, around fifty PhD candidates earn their doctor's degree at the Julius Center. Their research results in a thesis. In supplementary video pitches, they explain what their thesis is about in clear and concise terms.
Organoid technology: an identification and evaluation of the ethical challenges
In her pitch, Sarah talks about her research.
HIV immune activation and cardiovascular disease in the sub-saharan African context
In her pitch, Alinda Vos talks about her research.
Annemarijn Prins-van Ginkel
Determining childhood infections and long-term consequences
In her pitch, Annemarijn talks about her research into childhood infections.
Cardiovascular disease risk among sub-Saharan African migrant and home populations
In his pitch Daniel Boateng talks about his research.
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy: evidence and implementation in a low resource setting
In his pitch Edward Antwi talks about his research.
Peer feedback to promote deep learning in online education
In her pitch, Renée Filius talks about her research.
Blood pressure: in the beginning
In her video pitch, Nanne Jansen talks about her research into children's blood pressure.