Two UM publications present evidence for relationship between cardiovascular diseases and cognitive decline (MUMC+ press).
The e-health application MyIBDcoach has resulted in a 50% reduction in the number of hospital admissions, fewer out-patient visits and better medication compliance in patients with chronic inflammatory bowel conditions such as Crohn’s disease (MUMC+ news).
Inaugural lecture ofMaryska Janssen-Heijnen as professor of ‘Clinical Epidemiology with a specialisation in Geriatric Oncology'.
Franca Tonnaer investigated why people without a history of violence are capable of controlling their anger and why violent offenders are not.
Van Marken Lichtenbelt’s discovery of brown adipose tissue in adults in 2009 led to the research of ways to activate and increase brown adipose tissue. On 9 October 2017 foreman of the jury José van Dijck (president KNAW) will announce the winner of the Huibregsten Prize during the Night of Science & Society (Avond van Wetenschap & Maatschappij).
Symposium and inaugural lecture 'Guidelines for Personalised Care: Contradiction or Paradox?’ (inaugural lecture Jako Burgers).
A brain scan that allows you to see what sound a person has heard. Researchers from Maastricht University have recently achieved a world first by reconstructing heard sound based on a person’s brain activity.
The KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) has appointed prof. dr. Anita Jansen, full professor of experimental clinical psychology and dean of the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, as a member of the Academy.
Recent results of a study conducted by researchers at Maastricht University provided no scientific evidence to support the general assumption that sugar is addictive and leads to weight gain.