• New Asthma Breath Test


    Optimising Patient Care for toddlers with asthma by CAPHRI

  • Harry Schouten
  • UM students win the Food Innovation contest: Ecotrophelia NL award 2019


    With their oatmeal based allergen-free alternative for dairy quark called ‘Oat it’. The student team from Health Food Innovation Mangement won the Dutch round of the food innovation competition: Ecotrophelia.

  • First two TEFAF Fellowships awarded


    This year, for the first time, two TEFAF Fellowships are awarded to PhD students from GROW (School for Oncology & Developmental Biology). Femke Ehlers and Nicky Beelen will have the opportunity to perform part of their research in the renowned lab of the TEFAF Honorary Chair, Professor Dr. Lisa Coussens at Oregon Health and Science Knight Cancer Center.

  • Tans medal prof. Coen Hemker
  • BReIN - Brightlands e-Infrastructure for Neurohealth

    Twenty million euros for fighting Alzheimer’s using big data


    The Province of Limburg, Maastricht UMC+ and Maastricht University (UM) are jointly investing €20 million in a new research institute, called BReIN (Brightlands e-Infrastructure for Neurohealth). The spiritual father of BReIN is Maastricht professor of Environmental Health, Jos Kleinjans.

  • intervisiebijeenkomst in de master Geneeskunde

    More than talking tough at the coffee machine


    Internships during the master’s in Medicine: a great, but also intensive and challenging time. Medical interns discuss their progress with a mentor and workplace supervisor. Since this academic year, they also have reflective meetings with other interns. No judgement, no hierarchy. Peer coaching, in other words – also known as ‘intervision’.

  • Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus opens base in life science hotspot California


    Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus opened a base on the West Coast of the US on Monday 29 April, at the University of California’s business accelerator in Irvine.

  • UM valorisatie 2018

    Valorisation Prize for Theresa Thoma-Lürken


    Theresa Thoma-Lürken heeft tijdens het jaarlijkse Maastricht University Dinner de Valorisatieprijs ontvangen voor haar proefschrift ‘Innovating Long-Term Care for Older People’. Dr. Thoma heeft onderzoek gedaan naar innovaties in de ouderenzorg en specifiek een besluitvormingsondersteunende app ontwikkeld voor wijkverpleegkundigen en casemanagers.

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