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Exploration of treatment strategies for mild peroxisome biogenesis disorders at the cellular level


Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Introduction:Peroxisome biogenesis disorders (PBDs) are a group of heterogeneous autosomal recessive disorders that result from mutations in PEX genes, which encode proteins necessary for peroxisome assembly.

Investigating the temporal dimension of emotional biases using video-games


Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Section of psychology
Introduction:Emotions and cognitive states provide powerful prisms which biases the way individuals interpret the meaning of environmental and social information. It has been known for long that persistent negative emotional states (e.g. anxiety) are associated with a tendency to favor negative over positive interpretations, commonly designated as negative cognitive bias.

Old English Runic project


Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München - Munich, Germany
Department: Department for English and American Studies
Introduction:The project RuneS (Runic Writing in the Germanic Languages) is under the umbrella of Prof. Dr. Hans Sauer, chair for Historical Linguistics and Medieval English Literature.

Optimisation of a pseudo-3D model observer for emerging 2D mammography applications


Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Imaging & Pathology, 'Medical physics & quality assessment'
Introduction:Present project focuses on signals that have to be detected in x-ray images of the breast. Two types of lesions are important: tiny microcalcifications and cancers. This is a project that allows technically oriented students to get experience in a hospital environment.

Genetic components of drug metabolism and adverse drug reactions


Karolinska Institutet - Stockholm, Sweden
Department: Molecular Toxicology:Physiology & Pharmacology
Introduction:Drug treatment is in many cases ineffective. Besides patients which do not respond to the treatment despite receiving expensive drugs, adverse drug reactions as a consequence

Plant Ecology


Sciences - Leiden, The Netherlands
Department: Biology
Introduction:We are interested in identifying and understanding the key processes in the evolution of reproductive traits and defence mechanisms in plants.

Probing the viscosity of conduction electrons in metals


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Condensed Matter Physics
Introduction:An important property characterizing a liquid is its viscosity. Honey is for example very viscous, while water is rather fluid. Metals conduct electricity

Protein structure in disease and therapy


Karolinska Institutet - Stockholm, Sweden
Department: Medical Biochemistry & Biophysics
Introduction:The three-dimensional structures of proteins can provide insights into their functions and give a framework for the design of strong binding inhibitors which may be developed into drugs.

Homo- and heterogenous gold catalysis


University of Helsinki - Helsinki, Finland
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:Helaja research group investigates homo- and heterogeneous gold catalysis, targeting new organic reactivity and ultimately novel reactions as a research goal.

Reconstructing geoecological changes in floodplains


Sciences - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Earth and Environmental Sciences
Introduction:Many rivers in NW Europe have undergone important changes through the Holocene period. Due to human impact such as deforestation and agricultural activities, sediment deposition in floodplains increased.
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