April 17, 2021

Brightlands, Maastricht Health Campus

Eureka Today, Expert: Jan Theys In 1996 Jan Theys started his research as a PhD student in Leuven. In short: he uses the non-pathogenic bacterium Clostridium […]
March 24, 2021

Annual overview 2020

March 1, 2021

Artificial intelligence bij oorproblemen

Een methode om het binnenoor in kaart te brengen door middel van artificial intelligence (AI). Dat is wat de startup Radiomics heeft ontwikkeld in samenwerking met […]
March 1, 2021

Kunstmatige intelligentie vereenvoudigt onderzoek binnenoor

Artsen en wetenschappers van onder meer het Maastricht UMC+ en de Universiteit Maastricht hebben een methode ontwikkeld om het binnenoor in kaart te brengen met behulp […]
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 […]
October 12, 2020

Commercial feasibility of non-pathogenic Clostridium-Mediated Cancer Immunotherapy: leveraging the presence of tumour hypoxia & necrosis

Read the article on our ERC grant “Clostridium-based Immunotherapy” which has been published on the CORDIS website in six languages at:
October 1, 2020

Exploiting recombinant Clostridium for precise delivery of immnotherapeutics to solid tumours

Summary:  The use of immune modulating agents to “wake up” the immune system in patients is a remarkable breakthrough in cancer treatment and was recently recognised […]