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  • Laboratory of Experimental Transplantation and Intestinal Surgery (LETIS)

    The Laboratory of Experimental Transplantation and Intestinal Surgery (LETIS) is part of the Department of Surgery and works in close collaboration with the Department of Gastroenterology & Hepatology. We have a strong focus on translational research in the field of regenerative medicine, organ transplantation, liver disease and liver cancer. The research aims to provide basic and applied knowledge using organoids, bio-scaffolds, animal models, and organ perfusion technologies.

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  • Nursing Science

    Nursing Science aims at strengthening the quality and effectiveness of nursing care in a multidisciplinary context.

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  • Energy Based Drug Delivery to the Skin

    We investigate various energy-based devices including ablative fractional lasers and electronic pneumatic injection devices in order to optimize the delivery of drugs to the skin.

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  • Peripartum Mental Disorders

    The main focus of research of the Peripartum Mental Disorders group is the neurobiology and phenomenology of postpartum psychosis.

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  • The iBerry study

    In 2015, the iBerry Study was started to learn more about social, emotional and behavioral development during adolescence.

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  • What does your meat eat? A global environmental history of Dutch livestock feed (1954-2020)

    What does the meat on your plate eat? Huge amounts of feed from all over the world made Dutch factory farming possible. I research historical changes in the origins of that feed and its global consequences for societies and environments. This is critical for present-day debate about the health and environmental impacts of the livestock industry.

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  • CureQ

    Workpackage part of the CureQ consortium

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  • Energy Based Drug Delivery of Bleomycin in Keloids and Hypertrophic Scars

    Using novel energy-based devices such as fractional ablative lasers and electronic controlled pneumatic injection devices we aim to the enhance the treatment of keloids and hypertrophic scars.

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