List of projects by field of study



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Biological Investigation of Explanted Endobronchial Lung Valves study (BIO-EXEL study)

Researchers
dr. D.J. Slebos
K. Klooster
dr. D Pouwels

Keywords:
COPD medical device cellbiology

Deciphering the role of STAP1 in cholesterol metabolism

Researchers
Prof. dr. T.P.W. Kamphuisen
dr. J.A. Kuivenhoven
J. Balder

Keywords:
knockout mouse functional genetics (medical)genetics

Drug Delivery across the Blood-Brain Barrier

Researchers
dr. I.S. Zuhorn

Keywords:
drug delivery blood-brain barrier

Effectiveness of open abdomen as compared to CPPL for the treatment of peritonitis

Researchers
prof.dr. H.C. van der Mei
prof. dr. H.J. Busscher
dr. P.K. Sharma

Keywords:
abdomen laboratory animals peritonitis

investigating and optimizing biocompatibility of endobronchial valve treatment in severe COPD patients

Researchers
dr. D.J. Slebos
J.K. Burgess
dr. D Pouwels

Keywords:
COPD cell biology medical device

Method Validation for Time Alignment Algorithms

Researchers
C. Christin
prof. dr. R.P.H. Bischoff

Keywords:
proteomics bioinformatics statistics time alignment mass spectrometry

Revalidatie na laryngectomie; hoe kunnen we de epiglottisfunctie herstellen?

Researchers
prof.dr. G.J. Verkerke

Keywords:
laryngectomy biomedical technology rehabilitation

Revalidatie na laryngectomie; hoe kunnen we het stoma vermijden?

Researchers
prof.dr. G.J. Verkerke

Keywords:
rehabilitation laryngectomy biomedical technology

Revalidatie na laryngectomie; hoe kunnen we patiënten weer laten ruiken?

Researchers
prof.dr. G.J. Verkerke

Keywords:
rehabilitation laryngectomy biomedical technology

Therapeutic use of hot tub cleaner to fight biofilm formation in chronic wounds

Researchers
dr. D. Neut
prof. dr. S.K. Bulstra

Keywords:
infection Diabetes mellitus biofilm

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