08 December 2021 11:00 AM
Lecture Series Infection & Immunity - Next-generation of multi-omics research:going to the single cell - Prof Karsten Hiller: "Suppressing the ﬁre: immunomodulatory metabolites in macrophages"
09 December 2021 11:00 AM
Lecture Series Cancer Research - "Nationwide team science for multi-omics-guided precision oncology" - Prof Stefan Fröhling
Project “YOUNG50 #Stay Healthy - Cardiovascular Risk Prevention” launched in Luxembourg
YOUNG 50 is a European Commission funded project to screen and prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors in people aged 50. The project aims to use an integrated model of assistance to help modify or reduce risk factors among healthy people, promote interventions to improve lifestyle habits, and increase knowledge and perceptions of CVD risks among the general population.
[Press release] ParkinsonNet Luxembourg celebrates 5 years
ParkinsonNet Luxembourg was established only 5 years ago and began full operations in 2018 with the first multidisciplinary professional training. Modelled after the highly effective Dutch programme founded by Prof. Dr. Bas Bloem from Radboud University Nijmegen, the concept focuses on building an integrated care network for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) at all stages. Thanks to its close link to international research, it allows its members to benefit, during their continuous training, of the latest findings and use state of the art treatments. The quality of life of people with PD is at the centre of all activities and it continually improves the exchange between the different healthcare professionals.
Post-doctoral Fellow in Computational Biology:Tumour heterogeneity and resistance mechanisms - AG112
We are currently looking for a Post-doctoral Researcher to be part of the interdisciplinary project between NORLUX Neuro-Oncology laboratory (PIs: Dr Anna Golebiewska, Prof Simone Niclou) and Multiomics Data Analysis group (MODAS, PI: Dr Petr Nazarov) within the Department of Cancer Research at the LIH,
Atypical opioid receptors: a promising new avenue in pain management
In a recently published review article, researchers from the Immuno-Pharmacology and Interactomics research group at the LIH Department of Infection and Immunity, discuss the current understanding of atypical opioid receptors and their prospective as alternative targets for pain management, anxiety and depression.
Allergies: More than a gut feeling
The prevalence of food allergies has reached epidemic levels, yet the cause remains largely unknown. In a recently published review, LIH Prof Desai discusses the clinical relevance of the gut mucosal barrier as a site for allergic sensitization to food. According to the group, studying the intricate links between the mucus barrier, the associated bacteria and the mucosal immune system may advance our understanding of the mechanisms to inform prevention and treatment strategies in food allergy.
Technology & Data Expert - BG1121
The “Human Motion, Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Digital Methods” (HOSD) unit is a transversal and translational research platform of the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) conducting and supporting research related to movement, physical activity, physical function and mobility using laboratory-based, free-field, real-world and digital tools in orthopaedics and sports medicine as well as in other disease areas.