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  • SysMedPD partner hosts the 4th International Parkinson’s Disease Symposium

    On the 11 and 12 October 2018, the Luxembourg Center for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) of the University of Luxembourg hosted its 4th International Parkinson’s Disease Symposium. Around 170 participants from diverse backgrounds, i.e. researchers, doctors, nurses as well as patients and their relatives gathered to discuss and exchange on the latest...

  • 18th conference of the International Study Group for Systems Biology (ISGSB)

    From 24 to 28 September, 2018, the International Study Group for Systems Biology (ISGSB) held its 18th conference in Tromsø, Norway. The conference served as a forum to exchange and discuss ideas between experimenters with a keen eye for quantitative aspects, theoreticians with a keen eye for the experimental practice and those in between....

  • PhD positions at LCSB

    The PARK-QC Doctoral Training Unit at the University of Luxembourg, involving the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, the Life Sciences Research Unit, the Luxembourg Institute of Health, the Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg funded under the PRIDE scheme of the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), invites applications for PhD...

  • Thomas Hankemeier delivers a prestigious speech during the 443rd Dies Natalis of Leiden University

    On February 8, Leiden University celebrated its Dies Natalis in the Peiterskerk in Leiden, Netherlands. In line with tradition, two university professors delivered a lecture to celebrate the University’s foundation day. One of them was Prof. Thomas Hankemeier, work package leader of WP 4, who spoke about ongoing research to use metabolomics to...

  • SysMedPD 2nd Progress Meeting in Lübeck

  • LCSB researcher is awarded Lush Young Researcher Prize

    Anna Monzel, a PhD student in the team of Prof. Dr. Jens Schwamborn at LCSB, received one of this year’s Young Researcher Prizes from the British cosmetics company Lush. Anna developed a three-dimensional cell culture model of the human midbrain as part of her doctoral thesis in the Developmental and Cellular Biology Group of Prof....

  • EPMA World Congress 2017

    PPPM in Practice – this was the theme of the 2017 world congress by the European Association for Predictive, Preventive & Personalised Medicine (EPMA). EPMA’s main objective is to promote the paradigm change from delayed reactive medical services to evidence-based Predictive, Preventive & Personalised Medicine (PPPM) as an integrated...

  • A Pillowfight against Parkinson’s: SysMedPD Joined Large Outreach Event in Luxembourg

    “Fight Parkinson’s” was the motto of a large public outreach event drawing the attention to Parkinson’s Disease and different research endeavours undertaken to improve therapy. As a research project active in the field, SysMedPD was part of the campaign. On 2 September, companies, families and the general public were invited to join a collective...


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