The following news items are related to the research Inflammatory diseases.
Four Veni grants for junior RIMLS researchers22 July 2019
Four junior researchers, affiliated to the RIMLS, have each received a Veni grant of 250,000 Euro from NWO. Our researchers received this prestigious grant for their remarkable and original talent and their ability to carry out innovative research.
Peter van der Kraan new theme leader Inflammatory diseases13 June 2019
It is our pleasure to introduce Peter van der Kraan from the Dept. of Rheumatology, as the new leader of our theme Inflammatory diseases. As such he will be the successor of Irma Joosten who has done an outstanding job in the last years as theme leader, for which we thank her wholeheartedly.
Endometrial natural killer cells remember previous pregnancy11 February 2019
Dorien Feyaerts, theme Inflammatory diseases, showed that pregnancy induces a memory phenotype on endometrial natural killer cells. However, previous CMV infection is a prerequisite for this memory induction. They published their findings in Cellular and Molecular Immunology.
LEO Foundation grant for Ellen van den Bogaard and Patrick Zeeuwen17 January 2019
LEO Foundation ‘Open competition grants’ are given to support the best dermatology research projects worldwide that improve the understanding of the underlying medicinal, biological, chemical, or pharmacological mechanisms of dermatological diseases and their symptoms.
Validation of ACCESS: an automated tool to support self-management of COPD exacerbations13 November 2018
In the International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Lonneke Boer and colleagues described the validity of an innovative software application that provides automated treatment advice to patients with COPD without the interference of a health care professional.
Report of the 12th New Frontiers symposium Big data, better healthcare? - 1 November 20187 November 2018
Examples from the application of deep learning to image reading in pathology and radiology and the application of network medicine to monitor infectious disease outbreaks or collective mood states using twitter data showed the huge potential of big data approaches for building better healthcare.
Report of the 12th New Frontiers symposium Better care, network care? - 2 November 20187 November 2018
No easy answers at this symposium last Friday, only challenges that can be overcome if we succeed in 5 things. First and most radically, put patients in the center of healthcare. Second, start with assessing what the local population needs and not what local professionals have to offer.
Endometrial natural killer cells reveal a tissue-specific receptor repertoire19 April 2018
Cytotoxic natural killer cells are specialized in discriminating potentially dangerous cells and healthy “self” cells. In a report in Human Reproduction, Dorien Feyaerts and colleagues demonstrated that these cells have a unique tissue-specific signature in the pre-pregnancy endometrium.
Organize an international symposium? Be involved in the ENABLE 2019 Nijmegen event15 March 2018
For the organisation of ENABLE 2019, we are searching for a Local Organising Committee (LOC). PhD candidates and postdocs who would like to be involved in hosting the European young researcher symposium in Nijmegen 2019.
Save the date for Radboud New Frontiers 2018: Betere zorg, netwerkzorg?17 January 2018
After standard care, standardized care, and personalized care, network care will be care 4.0. But how exactly do you do that? Should we create new structures for it or is it just a matter of trust and ability to step back?
Save the date for Radboud New Frontiers 2018: Big data, better healthcare?17 January 2018
How is big data influencing healthcare and healthcare research? How will it help us and what are the limitations? The first day of the 12th edition of the Radboud New Frontiers symposium, on 1 November 2018, will give you all the answers (and raises new questions).