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Research groups/labs  (178)

Autism Spectrum Disorder

We disentangle the autism spectrum phenotype using various diagnostic approaches, relate the core problems to frequent other problems, and explore developmental courses.

Barakat lab: Non-Coding Genome in Clinical Genetics

Our team focusses on deciphering the role of the non-coding genome in neurodevelopmental disorders and human embryonic stem cells

Bench-to-bedside MRI biomarkers

Development of advanced MRI techniques for clinical use.

Bierings lab

Trafficking and secretion in the vasculature

Biostatistics Consultancy

The Department of Biostatistics provides statistical consultations within the CPO framework. CPO-stands for “Consultation centre for Patient Oriented research”

Cancer Epidemiology

We perform epidemiological studies, mostly observational in design.

Causal Inference Group

The Causal Inference Group works to improve the use and transparency of methods for estimating causal effects in epidemiology.

Center for Pain Medicine

The Center for Pain medicine is a multidisciplinary, Internationally leading innovative University Center for Pain Medicine.

Chronic viral hepatitis and liver cancer

Studies on biomarkers and immune mechanisms involved in infections with hepatitis viruses and hepatocellular carcinoma

Clinical and Translational Research Program of Genito Urinary Medical Oncology

This research group initiates and collaborates in investigator, as well as Industry initiated and sponsored phase 1-3 clinical trials, as well as translational research in urological cancers.

Clinical aspects of exotic viruses

At the Viroscience department of Erasmus Medical Centre, EVI is the research group that engages in the study of Exotic Viral Infectious diseases.

Comparative Pathology and Pathogenesis Group

The Comparative Pathology and Pathogenesis Group studies the mechanism of disease caused by virus infections in people, animal reservoirs and laboratory animals, with the ultimate goal to mitigate or even prevent virus-induced illness and mortality.