Biomedical Research Institute Hasselt University
BIOMED is a multidisciplinary institute where fundamental as well as applied scientific research, innovation and education are carried out in a stimulating academic environment within the domain of life sciences.
High quality fundamental and applied research is performed in a limited number of selected core domains relevant to human health and disease. Scientific services are conducted in activity fields closely related to our ...
Brain, Body and Cognition Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The BBCO research group focuses its research on the comprehensive study of mental processes and their biological (brain and body) correlates in different domains of human functioning and behavior, such as cognition, social judgment, affect, well-being and sleep. Without doubt, the study of the brain and body, and its related mental processes is at the forefront of current research in many disciplines of psychology. Together with behavioral ...
Cognitive and Physiological Psychology Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The main research topics of the department COPS are the following: 1. New paradigms for hypnotic treatment in insomnia and depression; 2. Quality of life assessment in chronic insomnia and narcolepsy; 3. Psychoneuroimmunology in insomnia and sleep apnea syndrome; 4. Shift work as a contributor to occupational stress; 5. Development of neuropsychological assessment procedures for children; 6. Neuropsychological screening of ALTE and SIDS ...
Laboratory for Cognitive Neurology KU Leuven
The research of the Laboratory for Cognitive Neurology focuses on cognitive domains selective attention, language and semantic memory.
Laboratory for Experimental Hematology (LEH) University of Antwerp
Laboratory of Molecular Neuro Biomarker Research
Laboratory for Muscle Diseases and Neuropathies
The topic of my research group is focused on neuromuscular disorders, in particular on muscle diseases (both acquired and hereditary muscle diseases). My research comprises very distinct aspects of these diseases: clinical, genetic, histopathological, neurophysiological and imaging studies and genotype-phenotype correlations, as well as pathophysiological studies to understand the ...
The Laboratory for Neuro- and Psychophysiology investigates neural processes underlying visual cognition, mainly of extrastriate or higher order cortices, of human and non-human primates.
The main tools are single-cell and multiple cell recordings, human and awake monkey fMRI, stimulation and inactivation studies, behavioural studies and modeling.
Particular topics of present interest are animate and inanimate object processing, ...
The Laboratory of Neurobiology focuses on the mechanisms of acute and chronic axonal and neuronal degeneration and regeneration, aiming to contribute to the development of new therapeutic strategies for neurodegenerative disorders. We intensively study motor neuron diseases (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and hereditary motor neuropathies), frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and stroke.