The research led by professor Marcel Mannens focusses on (epi)genetic changes that lead to disease and/or aberrant development.
Developing and evaluating a model-based human-machine interface for providing the right support for dynamic heavy lifting or static high-precision work.
The adequacy of currently used dosing regimens of ciprofloxacin and ceftazidime are explored and if required improved.
Classical Galactosemia (CG) is an inborn error of galactose metabolism. In spite of early diagnosis and dietary treatment many patients develop neurological and cognitive complications.
The LIKE project aims to develop an innovative and accessible approach to promote sustainable healthy physical activity, behavior, eating and sleeping habits.
A role for Personalized Medicine to examine novel epigenetic biomarkers to guide precision medicine in asthma.
Timely diagnosis of heart failure is essential as adequate treatment alters the course of the disease. This project aims to develop a detection support tool based on artificial intelligence.
Eight APH researchers will be trained in the Horizon 2020 program 'European network staff eXchange for integrAting precision health in the health Care sysTems.
The Caring Universities project aims to identify psychological problems, prevent them and improve counseling for students.