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  • Artificial intelligence gives digital cardiology a boost

    Artificial intelligence gives digital cardiology a boost

    Nico Bruining and his team are the go-to people in the Erasmus MC for anything that has to do with computers and cardiology. Artificial intelligence has given their discipline a boost. ‘We build the technology of tomorrow, which we would have liked to have yesterday.’

  • Prestigious European grant for two young Erasmus MC scientists

    Prestigious European grant for two young Erasmus MC scientists

    Molecular radiation biologist Dr. Julie Nonnekens and developmental psychologist Dr. Charlotte Cecil have both been granted a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC). With the prestigious grant the young scientists of Erasmus MC can expand their research projects.

  • Coronavirus infects and damages kidneys

    Coronavirus infects and damages kidneys

    The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 infects kidney cells and contributes to tissue scarring in the kidneys. This has been shown by researchers from the Erasmus MC, RWTH Uniklinik Aachen in Germany and Radboudumc.

  • Fewer strokes diagnosed during first COVID wave

    Fewer strokes diagnosed during first COVID wave

    Around 30 percent fewer strokes were diagnosed during the first corona wave than during similar periods in previous years. The number of heart attacks diagnosed remained the same. This is evident from research conducted by the Erasmus MC in the Rotterdam Rijnmond region.

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