Resistance is futile!
A Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) study in collaboration with the Cancer Research Centre of Toulouse (Inserm, France), involving Toulouse University Hospital, VIB Center for Cancer Biology, Leuven, the University of Geneva, The Alfred Hospital and the Monash University has identified key mechanisms responsible for the development of drug resistance in patients suffering from acute myeloid leukemia (AML). The results could pave the way for new combination therapies to inhibit relapse in patients following initially successful chemotherapy.
LIH contributes to international COVID-19 research
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the international unCoVer network plans to exploit available real-world data from numerous partners worldwide to better understand the pathophysiology, progression and treatment, as well as epidemiological pattern of this disease. With its ongoing study Predi-COVID, the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) adds to its existing efforts to combat COVID-19 by joining the unCoVer network, contributing to creating an international, harmonised real-world data bank.
15 December 2021 09:15 AM
WEBINAR: Lecture series in Infection & Immunity - "Planetary health – the connections between public health and climate change" - Prof Claudia Traidl-Hoffmann
Post-doctoral Researcher - GD1221
The Proteomicsof Cellular Signalling research group within the Department of Infection and Immunity is currently looking for a Post-doctoral Fellow as part of an EU-funded project.
14 December 2021 10:30 AM
2021 PHHI Seminar Series: Bioavailability of Carotenoids - Focus on Dietary Divalent Minerals and Proteins
Digital Health Scientific Manager - Colive Voice - GF1221
The Digital Health Scientific Manager will coordinatethe activities related to the Colive Voice project, animate the researchproject team and manage the corresponding budget. He/she will develop nationaland international collaborations and partnerships on vocal biomarkers withprivate and academic partners as well as patient associations. He/she will alsotake part in the strategic planning of the research activities and participatein the administration, management and valorization of the research project.He/she will provide specific expertise in digital health, vocal biomarkers,digital technologies and remote patient monitoring.
Post-doctoral Fellow - GD1221
The Proteomicsof Cellular Signalling research group within the Department of Infection and Immunity is currently looking for a Post-doctoral Fellow, as part of an FNR-funded project.
IT Helpdesk Technician - HP1221
The IT Helpdesk Technician will be responsible for the assistance of the IT Manager with the operational management of the Luxembourg Institute of Health computing equipment (installation & maintenance of PCs, servers and software) and the management of the network and support users in their daily activities