03 November 2017
Various factors contribute to job satisfaction among physicians
Physicians are satisfied with most aspects of their work. Those who trained in the specialism of their choice are more satisfied than those who did ...
01 November 2017
Scientists pinpoint genetic risk factors for asthma, hay fever and eczema
A major international study has pinpointed more than 100 genetic risk factors that explain why some people suffer from asthma, hay fever and ...
13 October 2017
UMCG makes rejected donor liver suitable for transplantation
For the first time in the Netherlands, a patient has received a donor liver that was optimized in a perfusion machine after having been rejected for ...
29 September 2017
Appointment of first Professor with a chair in Proton Therapy
The University of Groningen has appointed Stefan Both as Professor of Clinical Physics, with a chair in Proton Therapy at the University Medical ...
26 September 2017
EDCs detected in specific parts of the brain
For the first time ever Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) are detected in the hypothalamus and in the white-matter brain tissue. In an ...
13 September 2017
UMCG coordinates major European project on tinnitus
The UMCG and seven other European institutions are to launch a major research project (TIN-ACT) to study tinnitus. The researchers hope to unravel ...
21 August 2017
Big grant for national biobank immunotherapy
A joint project of UMC Groningen, Radboudumc and the Netherlands Cancer Institute gets a large grant, 3.6 million Euros, from of the Dutch Cancer ...
28 June 2017
Study shows childhood psychiatric disorders increase risk for later adult addiction
A childhood psychiatric disorder increases the risk of developing addiction later in life, suggests a study published in the July 2017 issue of the ...
30 May 2017
VIDI Grant for 4 UMCG-researchers
NWO has awarded 4 UMCG-researchers a Vidi grant worth 800,000 euros. Iris Jonkers and Sasha Zhernakova of the department of genetics, Judith ...
13 April 2017
Hypertension and high cholesterol levels in psychotic patients often go untreated
Half of the people in the Netherlands with a psychotic disorder and metabolic problems such as serious hypertension or raised cholesterol levels are ...