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Department

General pediatrics

Research focuses on questions arising from clinical practice, and comprises identification of serious illness in children at the Emergency Department, decision making and triage.

About our department

Our research

Background information

Research in pediatric emergency medicine focuses on questions arising from clinical practice, and comprises Identification of serious illness in children at the Emergency Department, clinical decision making and triage.

Research focus areas

  • Research in pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) focuses on questions arising from clinical practice, and comprises Identification of serious illness in children at the Emergency Department, clinical decision making and triage.
  • The Erasmus MC ENCORE expert center performs basic, translational and clinical research in the field of hereditary neuro-cognitive developmental disorders. Clinical research focuses on the natural course of e.g. Tuberous Sclerosis-TSC, Neurofibromatosis type 1-NF1, Angelman Syndrome, Fragile X syndrome-FXS and neurogenetic disorders, possible interventions and treatment, genetic determinants and patients' quality of life. Basic research aims to understand causal mechanisms and medication development.
  • Epidemiologic research in growth, development, diseases and health. The research in infectious diseases, immunity and celiac disease is embedded in a large, population-based prospective cohort study named the Generation R study.

Principal Investigators

  • Prof. dr Henriëtte A. Moll, pediatrician
  • Dr Rianne Oostenbrink, associate professor, pediatrician

Research lines

Projects

Facilities

Epidemiological and statistical techniques/experience for clinical and large observational studies.

News, events and awards

Events

  • 26 september 2019
    Pediatric Emergency Medicine PEM010 symposium
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  • 23 januari 2020
    Pediatric Emergency Medicine PEM010-2 symposium
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Education