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December 11, 2020

Could artificial intelligence help to diagnose COVID-19? IMI’s DRAGON project thinks so.

Diagnosing COVID-19 and predicting how the disease will progress in different patients remains a challenge. The DRAGON project aims to use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine […]
November 2, 2020

Interview of P. Lambin in UMagazine: Creativity loves a crisis

As a boy, Philippe Lambin decorated his bedroom with posters of Leonardo da Vinci, Marie Curie and Albert Einstein—an early sign of the passion that catalysed […]
October 23, 2020

European Research Council

Bacteria innovation that delivers hope for cancer patients! An ERC-funded project led by professor Philippe Lambin of the Maastricht University has shown how bacteria spores could be the […]

Department of Precision Medicine


The recently founded Department of Precision Medicine is an disesase and discipline-agnostic department with international group of highly motivated researchers with unique skills under the direction of professor Philippe Lambin at the University of Maastricht. The Department of Precision Medicine consists out of The D-Lab, an AI lab focussed on Decision Support System (DSS) and the M-Lab, a molecular lab focussing on targeting the tumour microenvironment and using genetically modified bacteria colonizing the microbiome for therapeutic purposes.

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Two research units within the department for Precision Medicine corresponding to two main lines of research: multifactorial Clinical Decision Support Systems and Innovative treatment targeting the tumour microenvironment.

Located at Maastricht University



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