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RAMS Newsletter September 2016
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RAMS Newsletter September 2016

Thank you for reading the first RAMS newsletter!
Radboud Annals of Medical Students (RAMS) is a journal for students by students of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the Radboud University Nijmegen.

This month in the newsletter:
Symposium Forensic Medicine "Over mijn lijk"
Short story: To fuse or not to fuse
Upcoming in the next edition of RAMS
Introduction of a RAMS member
New general and editorial boards at RAMS
 

If you have news, an update or anything else that might be relevant for RAMS members, please share it with us! Send an E-mail to public-relations.rams@ru.nl.


Symposium Forensic Medicine “Over mijn lijk”
The Sherlock Holmes of the medical world: a forensic doctor. Still a relatively unknown profession, but certainly very important. RAMS is organizing a symposium with experts on forensic medicine. They will share their views from different perspectives, including child abuse, odontology and the assassination of Willem van Oranje. 
Do you want to find the last piece of this medical puzzle? Come to the RAMS Symposium Forensic Medicine on October
31st from 19:00h to 22:00h. Afterwards there will be drinks.The online ticket sale will start on October 10th at ramsresearch.nl. Online tickets will cost €1,50 (€2,- at the door).
Introduction of a RAMS member
Hello, I am Wendy Schreurs and I am editorial editor at RAMS. As editorial editor I write non scientific articles. This means that I don't publish my own research, but write about them or other interesting medical topics. Working for RAMS gives me the opportunity to be better informed about what is going on in the medical world and at the same time it helps me to improve my English skills. My goal this year is to make sure I don't run away screaming whenever I see an English word. Moreover, I would like to be up-to-date with regard to the news of tomorrow instead of the news of yesterday, and to convey my growing enthusiasm to the readers of RAMS. 


 
 
To fuse or not to fuse
 
Is laminectomy combined with lumbar fusion more sufficient compared to laminectomy alone in the treatment of lumbar stenosis? Read more...

 
 
Upcoming in RAMS

"Breakfast is the most important meal of the day: Myth or science?"

People are reminded constantly that the best start to a day is a healthy breakfast. But is this assumption actually supported by science or is it one of the most popular fables of modern society? 

 
New general and editorial boards at RAMS!
The general board of the academic year 2016-2017 
From left to right: Carmen Lageweg (Public Relations), Rosalie Kempkes (Education), Bas Vreugdenhil (Chairman), Jill Martens (Treasurer) and Ferhat Beyaz (Vice-Chairman)
The editorial board of the academic year 2016-2017
From left to right: Sebastian Arts (Scientific Editor-in-Chief), Daan Viering (Editor-in-Chief) and Anne Kokke (Editorial Editor-in-Chief)