Product development University of Antwerp
Internet Data Lab (IDLab) University of Antwerp
Applied Physics and Photonics Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The Department of Applied Physics and Photonics at the VUB (TONA/TW/VUB) belongs to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences of our University. It consists of a group of about twenty researchers -engineers and physicists- who are working together on materials, components, devices and subsystems for bringing light into communication and information processing systems.These research themes go from fundamental research to near the market ...
Department of Imaging & Pathology KU Leuven
The Department of Imaging & Pathology conducts bidirectional research in imaging and pathology, with an aim to translate these new insights into better diagnostic and therapeutic applications with a definite social and economical endpoint. Major areas of research are: Multimodal morphological, functional and molecular cardiac imaging and neuro-imaging - Cell tracking and stem cell imaging - Total body imaging in oncology - Radiotracer ...
Department of Physics and astronomy Ghent University
Epidemiology and Control of Neglected Tropical Diseases Institute of Tropical Medicine
Exercise Physiology Research Group KU Leuven
Research Exercise Physiology is one of the five units of the departement of Movement Sciences. The specific research lines of each research group all relate to the two central themes: Health & Well-being and Sports & Performance. As such, the two overarching research themes constitute the explicit link between the research groups.
Gene Expression Unit KU Leuven
We are interested in RNA expression of mammalian insulin producing pancreatic beta cells in order to explain how these cells function in normal health and how dysfunction can cause inappropriate release of insulin and diabetes. We study the profound phenotypic changes that occur in rodent beta cells during pregnancy. One of these changes concern serotonin production and secretion by a subpopulation of a heterogeneous beta cell population. ...
Laboratory for Parkinson Research KU Leuven
The Laboratory for Parkinson Research investigates the molecular basis of Parkinson’s disease in order to find new targets for disease-modifying therapy. They study the cellular functions of proteins that have been genetically linked to Parkinson’s disease. So far they have focused mainly on the function of the Parkin protein. Loss of function mutations in the gene for Parkin are the main cause of recessive Parkinson’s disease. Parkin plays a ...