“A different approach to scientific research”. In UM Magazine

Interview with Daisy Jonkers in UM magazine

A different approach! 

Why did inclusive scientific research begin receiving attention only recently? “Patients today want more influence over their treatment, and are starting to ask doctors to take their differences and preferences into account. Most importantly, society is becoming increasingly diverse, and scientific research is growing along with it. Why is this important, and how can we make research more diverse? “It’s no longer just about the number of publications or grants awarded.”

Read the full interview online in UM Magazine page 30-32

Challenging one another.

On 22 November, NUTRIM is organising the symposium “Closing the Gap” to draw more attention to inclusivity in scientific research. Please join to discuss and share your experiences and opinion on this topic. Register for the annual NUTRIM symposium here

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