• ‘Hier’ in Europe: what is the role of Europe in our daily life?


    . On 4 June, Studio Europa Maastricht launches an extraordinary collaboration with research practice Dear Hunter and media-collective Are We Europe. Under the title ‘Hier in Europe’, they investigate the role of the European Union in daily life in the ‘Heer’ district in Maastricht.

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    Dr Kees Sterk appointed endowed professor of European Administration of Justice


    As from 1 June 2020, dr Kees Sterk has been appointed as endowed professor of European Administration of Justice. The chair has been placed within the Department of Public Law. The purpose of the endowed chair is to increase knowledge regarding the application of European law in a broad sense (including the ECHR) within Dutch case law, including from a comparative law perspective.

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    Tsjalling Swierstra appointed associated member COGEM


    FASoS professor Tsjalling Swierstra has been appointed associate member of the Subcommittee Ethics and Societal Aspects of the Netherlands Committee on Genetic Modification.

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  • IMED

    Digital surgical loupe in MUMC+ education pilot


    Based at the Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus, startup i-Med has secured a contribution of €10,000 from the ESZL (Economic Cooperation South Limburg)’s Kickstart Fund. i-Med is applying the subsidy toward the digital surgical loupe it has developed for a pilot using online education at the Maastricht UMC+.

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    ETpathfinder construction work in full swing


    Meanwhile in Maastricht, the construction work for R&D-lab ETpathfinder continues.

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    Intensive care doctor in times of corona


    Marcel Aries, a neurologist and intensive care physician at the MUMC+, shares his experiences

  • Training

    'Invest in training your employees, especially now’


    The corona crisis has affected many companies worldwide. One of the measures companies are considering taking to recover financially is to reduce training budgets for employees. However, that is not a wise move, argues Prof. dr. Andries De Grip.

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    A gentle heartbeat enters our being


    Damien Nunes’ concept Hearttalks tries to provide timely solutions and timeless food for thought around the process of losing a loved one. It allows family members to send verbal messages from a distance while intimately listening to the beating heart of (terminal) patients unable or struggling to speak.

  • Coronavirus

    Information on the coronavirus (COVID-19)


    Information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) in relation to UM

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