• Actors can help identify rheumatic disorders


    Rheumatologist Marloes van Onna of Maastricht UMC+ carried out her doctoral research on improving the recognition of ankylosing spondylitis.

  • 'Forensic pathology is a medical discipline'


    On Friday 11 December, Bela Kubat from Maastricht UMC+ and the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) will accept the first Dutch chair position in the field of forensic pathology.

  • New publication by MCEL member Bruno De Witte


    Prof. Bruno De Witte has published an article entitled 'Euro Crisis Responses and the EU Legal Order: Increased Institutional Variation or Constitutional Mutation?' in the latest issue of the European Constitutional Law Review (11:3, pp.434-457).

  • John E. Kinsella Memorial Lecture Award for Prof. Wim Saris


    Prof. Wim Saris receives the award for his advisory role for UCD’s Institute of Food and Health, on December 10th at the Fitzgerald Debating Chamber at UCD, where he will deliver his Memorial Lecture. 

  • Job opportunities through 2020 particularly in engineering and education


    A total of 400,000 new jobs are expected in the Netherlands until 2020, which represents a growth rate of approximately 0.8% per year.

  • "Meet Your Future" with UCM alumni


    While it is true that there is no specific job that follows from a bachelors at UCM it may come as a surprise to many that a variety of careers can await you and the Alumni event on the 13th of November was a testament to that.

  • UM SmartBite team wins Top Sector Chemistry Student Competition with innovative teeth grinding sensor


    The SmartBite team, consisting of UM students Onno Akkermans, Mitch Spronk and Pegah Keshaniyan, won the second Top Sector Chemistry Student Competition on 1 December during CHAINS 2015. 

  • Salary December 2015


    In December 2015 beside the end-of-year bonus you will receive a structural increase of salary of 1,25% (with retroactive effect to 1 September 2015) and under conditions a one-off gross payment of € 500 bruto (in the case of full-time employment).

  • Ancient gut bacteria linked to childhood obesity


    MAASTRICHT, 1 December 2015 – A common microorganism in the gastrointestinal tract may be a precursor to the development of obesity in children.

  • Another Global Health Career Day success!


    The Global Health team clearly recognizes the importance of “employability”. They know that aside from the educational aspect of the programme, skills and a firm understanding of what “employers want” are vital if graduates are to meet the demands of the current job market.

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