University Associate Professor and group leader in the Department of Molecular Genetics Dr. Nitika Taneja has joined the group of scientists who will launch at Oncode Institute on Jan. 1.
Erasmus MC staff are teaming up with researchers from EUR and TU Delft to work on sustainable care. Within three research programmes, they are committed to sustainable operating rooms, endoscopy and innovation for nurses.
Four researchers and one lecturer were awarded fellowships at Lof der Geneeskunst. Dean and Executive Board chairman Stefan Sleijfer: ‘We award these fellowships because we will always stay curious and want to discover new things.’
Scientists from the Erasmus MC and LUMC have shown that skin organoids are highly suitable for studying the mpox virus, formerly known as the monkeypox virus, and for testing new treatments for viral diseases. In skin organoids, the mpox virus behaves virtually the same as in real skin.
A committed lecturer who was loved by his students, a fellow lecturer full of ideas, a GP who generously and enthusiastically shared the love for his profession: our colleague Jurgen Damen was all of this and more. There are no words to describe our sorrow and grief.
Erasmus MC is deeply shaken by the events of September 28. We have lost a beloved teacher in an act that is incomprehensible. Jurgen Damen is a well-known figure in the education community of Rotterdam. Our hearts go out to Jurgen’s family.
Medical devices that doctors use to treat an aneurysm in the brain are regularly reported to be safe and effective in scientific articles, while the evidence for this claim is lacking. This is the conclusion of researchers at Erasmus MC after analyzing more than 1,350 international studies.