Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Prize 2016 for Fabricio Loayza-Puch
Cancer researcher Fabricio Loayza-Puch has received this year's
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Prize (AvL prize). The AvL prize is awarded
each year to one of the most highly talented young researchers of
the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI). Loayza-Puch received the
prize because he developed a technique to detect metabolic
vulnerabilities of tumors.
Martijn Stuiver appointed as lector at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
NKI employee Martijn Stuiver, physiotherapist in our clinic and
researcher in the field of supportive care and revalidation after
cancer, has been appointed as lector at the Amsterdam University of
Applied Sciences. He will hold this position for one day a week in
the next five years. He will also continue with his work in the
Netherlands Cancer Institute.