Internationalization Services of the Faculty Bioscience Engineering Ghent University
Tropical Bacteriology Institute of Tropical Medicine
The Unit of Tropical Laboratory Medicine (UTLM) was created in 2008 in the Department of Clinical Sciences at the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM), Antwerp, Belgium. It is headed by Prof. Jan Jacobs (MD - clinical microbiologist) and since 2015 clustered with the team of antibiotic stewardship lead by Dr. Erika Vlieghe (MD internal medicine/infectious diseases). The UTLM is linked through ITM’s interdepartmental program “Bacterial ...
Viral Genetics Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The main expertise of the research group GEVI is molecular genetics of bacteria that are pathogenic for plants and animals. This laboratory contributed significantly to the present widespread application of the bacterium Agrobacterium tumefaciens, as a tool for routine transformation of plants. Agrobacterium- mediated transformation is used by GEVI for the isolation and study of genes involved in plant morphogenesis. In addition, techniques ...
Institute of Tropical Medicine Institute of Tropical Medicine
Chemical & Biochemical Process Technology & Control (BioTec+)
Department of Biosystems (BIOSYST) KU Leuven
The Department of Biosystems (BIOSYST) consists of 3 divisions: Division of Mechatronics, Biostatistics and Sensors (MeBioS); Division of Crop Biotechnics; Division Animal and Human Health Engineering.
Geography and Tourism KU Leuven
Within the Department of Geography and Tourism spatial patterns at the surface of the earth are studied and the dynamic interaction between the (bio-) physical environment and society takes a central place.
Microbiology Diagnosis of invasive fungal infections and determination of the sensitivity to antifungal agents. Investigation of Canclida biofilms on the basis of in vitro models and an in vivo rat model. Development of an expert system that can localize and predict outbreaks of the Haitavirus and Lyme disease. National reference laboratory for invasive infections caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae. National reference center for Yersinia ...