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The Amsterdam imaging core that offers access to both conventional (3 Tesla) and ultra- high field (7 Tesla) MRI facilities for fundamental and clinical research into the workings of the brain and brain disorders.
Drug target discovery in neuroscience is increasingly relying on human samples to generate meaningful data that translates into actionable strategies. Open access to well-characterized brain tissue of high quality is crucial to obtain these insights and is the goal of the Netherlands Brain Bank.
A total grant sum of EUR 2 million has been awarded to a multidisciplinary EUROSTARS consortium. The EUROSTARS project is titled “Treatment Response Monitoring for Cancer Immunotherapies Using Immune Repertoire Analysis” and named IMMUNOMONITOR. A multi-million grant for the clinical validation of an immunosequencing analysis solution for monitoring of treatment responses to cancer vaccines This […]News
“Grab a boat into your future” with this title IXA, students entrepreneurship association LEAD and Westpoort association, invited students to a network boat tour. Aim of the event was to connect students to entrepreneurs, active in the Amsterdam harbor area Westpoort. A group of around 15 entrepreneurs, members of the Westpoort association and thirty students […]News
Higher yields and improved resistance to climate change Researchers of University of Amsterdam’s Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences (SILS) and Van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences (HIMS) have found a way to improve the plant’s resilience to low temperature stress. The first results are promising and the agricultural sector has already expressed its interest. […]News