Partners and cliënts
MEMIC works with its partners to build results for its clients.
Our valued partners
IDEE is the engineering department of the MUMC+ and facilitates the MUMC+ in its core tasks (research, education and healthcare provision). Its mission is to enable ground-breaking research with unique equipment.
At DataHub, we provide various services related to data management for (non-)clinical studies. We are a cross-organisational initiative within Maastricht UMC+ and can help both researchers from the academic hospital and the university. We provide an institutional repository for research data, that is more than just a data archive. We continuously improve our services in order to provide added value to researchers who want to do more with their data.
MEMIC is one of the members of CDDI (Community for Data Driven Insights) of UM. All UM research data service providers are joint together in this community and support researchers and research groups with all aspects concerning Research Data Management (RDM).
The UM RDM-portal provides an overview and easy access to information, support and services provided by the CDDI partners.
Health-RI is a public-private partnership of organizations involved in health research and care. More than 70 organizations in the Netherlands endorse our efforts. One of them is MEMIC.
The mission of Health-RI is building an integrated health data research infrastructure accessible for researchers, citizens and care providers.
Facilitate and foster the optimal use of knowledge, tools, facilities, health data and samples to enable a learning healthcare system and accelerate sustainable and affordable personalized medicine and health.
Want to easily and safely collect clinical data for your study? MEMIC collaborates with Castor Electronic Data Capture (EDC), an application through which you can easily and safely collect data online. Castor adheres to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) regulations and has everything you need as a researcher.
You can start right away through castoredc.com or contact MEMIC to allow them to advise you further.
Clinical Trial Center Maastricht. The main goal of CTCM is to professionally facilitate research involving human subjects. Being one of the leading Academic Research Organizations (ARO’s) in the Netherlands, CTCM strives to gain valuable results in academic research, together with its partners. The extensive services cover all aspects of supporting this kind of research. They meet all the highest quality standards and guidelines.
Our valued clients
The Parelsnoer Institute realises a unique cooperation between the eight academic medical centers. The Parelsnoer Institute, founded in 2007 by the Dutch Federation of Academical Medical Centers (NFU), collects clinical data and biomaterials. MEMIC looks after the functional control of ProMISe within MUMC+. ProMISe is the Clinical Trail package that is used within Parelsnoer for the collection of clinical data.
De gezonde basisschool
The goal in this study is to provide elementary school children a daily schedule filled with sufficiënt movement, education, sports and playing. The study focusses on healthy eating habits as well as a better physical, emotional and intellectual growth.
MEMIC takes care of the data collection, cleaning and storage for the researchers.
To prevent complications during pregnancy, all participants are checked regulary: a blood sample and blood pressure will be checked and the growth of the baby during the research is followed. This way the complications such as early birth, pregnancy poisoning, gestational diabetes and growth issues can better be tracked.
De Maastricht studie
The Maastricht Studie is a unique research among the population of Zui-Limburg. It aims to prevent the causes and treatments of diabetes type 2, heart and vascular diseases and other chronic conditions.
The OML aims to gain insight into the educational development of pupils/students in order to foster the further improvement of education and the transition from education to the labour market in the Province of Limburg, and to acquire knowledge about the dynamics of educational processes in general.
The EnCoRe study was initiated by researchers and clinicians at Maastricht University Medical Center+ in 2012 to investigate the consequences of colorectal cancer (cancer of the large bowel). EnCoRe stands for ‘Energy for life after ColoRectal cancer’.
What clients say about MEMIC
Onze landelijke ZonMW studie, loopt geheel volgens planning. De app werkt prima en we zijn MEMIC veel dank verschuldigd voor de brede support hierbij. Daarmee heeft MEMIC bewezen een hoge standaard te hanteren en onderzoeker gericht te werken.
Prof. dr. A. Masclee, Hoofd afdeling Maag-, Darm- en Leverziekten, Maag,- Darm- en Leverarts, Opleider
Mijn ervaring met MEMIC is dat het een heel professionele organisatie is. Dit bleek vooral uit de duidelijke taak- en rolverdeling van project manager en uitvoerend dataspecialist, de goede en tijdige communicatie, en de aandacht voor haalbaarheid en nakomen van gemaakte afspraken
Dr. Carla Haelermans, Associate Professor Maastricht University
De samenwerking met de medewerkers van MEMIC ervaar ik als zeer prettig. Het resultaat mag er zijn. Er is in nauwe samenwerking tussen de inhoudsdeskundige van ons project en de technische ondersteuning van MEMIC, een mooi computer programma ontwikkeld.
Prof.dr. O. van Schayck, Professor of Preventive Medicine