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Core Facilities Research

Within Erasmus MC we have several Core Facilities for research. This central scientific infrastructure is a prerequisite for conducting innovative, leading-edge scientific research. The facilities are centrally available to Erasmus MC researchers as well as affiliated institutions and third parties. Several of them fulfill a role as an important partner in (inter)national collaborations and consortia. Scroll down for more detailed information!

Core Facilities Research: Where we enable excellence! 

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  • Dementia may not become as big a problem as thought

    Dementia may not become as big a problem as thought

    The number of people with dementia will not increase as much in the coming years as previously assumed. This was discovered by researchers at Erasmus MC who used a new, detailed computer model that looks beyond the effects of an aging population.

  • Zebrafish pinpoints culprit in rare brain disease ALSP

    Zebrafish pinpoints culprit in rare brain disease ALSP

    In people with the rare neurological disease ALSP, the white matter in the brain shrivels up, resulting in death. New research by Erasmus MC scientists shows what is going on: loss of microglia, the brain’s ‘cleaning cells.’

  • NWO Gravitation grant to unravel the mysteries of the brain

    NWO Gravitation grant to unravel the mysteries of the brain

    Neuroscientists Prof. Chris de Zeeuw, Dr. Devika Narain and Dr. Christos Strydis have received 3 million euros for their contribution to the Dutch Brain Interface Initiative consortium. The consortium received a Gravitation Grant of almost 22 million euro from the Ministry of OCW.