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Research projects (215)


Drug delivery through microbubbles: the quest for the missing link (VIDI Kooiman)

CAM Study

Assessment of central airways mechanics using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and bronchoscopy: a comparison.

Carcinosarcoma of the Uterus

A prospective observational study in patients with carcinosarcoma of the uterus (CSU) in South-West Netherlands.

Chair / bedside diagnosis of oral / respiratory tract infections identification of antibiotic resistances for personalized monitoring and treatment (DIAGORAS).

The DIAGORAS project is an EU H2020-funded project that was established to develop a rapid diagnostic ‘point-of-care’ device for detecting ...


Research project CHEK2, breast cancer risk prediction, Medical Oncology, Erasmus MC Cancer Institute, Rotterdam

Child Brain Lab

The Child Brain Lab is a testing facility for brain development and brain function of children with neurological or psychiatric disorders or ...


The Generation R Study is an ongoing population-based prospective birth cohort investigating children’s development from fetal life onwards (n=9901). ...

CHIP-Family for young children with congenital heart disease

We are researching the effect of the multidisciplinary, psychosocial CHIP-Family intervention on wellbeing of young children with congenital heart ...

Circulating Biomarkers for Prostate Cancer

Research project Circulating biomarkers in prostate cancer, Medical Oncology Dept, Erasmus MC Cancer Institute, Rotterdam


COMPARE is a multidisciplinary research network that is set up with the common vision to become the enabling analytical framework and globally linked ...

Congenital cardiovascular disease

This research project studies the influence of biomechanical stress on the cardiovascular system in the presence of congenital malformations.

Congenital Melanocytic Nevi

Living with a (large) congenital melanocytic nevus (CMN) might imply a psychosocial burden both for the child and parents and may carry a higher risk ...