16 November 2017

NWO Open Mind grant for Gert Weijers and Freke Wilmink for measuring fetal long maturity using echography

The research proposal of Gert Weijers (Radiology & Nuclear Medicine) and Freke Wilmink (Obstetrics and Gynaecology): “What do the lungs of unborn children sound like?” was granted in the NWO Open Mind call. In this project the Medical UltraSound Imaging Center (MUSIC) department of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine together with Gynaecology will explore the applicability of conventional ultrasound imaging for lung maturity estimation.
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