Young talents

Lung development after premature births “As a paediatrician at the Maastricht UMC+ I see premature babies on the neonatology ward every day. If a child is born before the 37th week of pregnancy, we call it premature. Currently this applies to 10% of newborns, and this number has only increased…

Sick of stress - Inez Germeys

Written by Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:45
Diary research with psychosis patients “The core idea of my research is that psychosis is specifically related to how people deal with their environment, and that this interaction can go wrong. Little is known about this yet, and most studies so far have been conducted in the laboratory. I want…

Between our ears - Lars Riecke

Written by Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:44
The processing of sound in our brains “My research revolves around the processing of sound in our brains. For example, how is it possible that when we make a phone call from a busy train station, we manage to hear the person on the other end despite all the noise…

Settling for imperfection - Georgi Nalbantov

Written by Thursday, 15 January 2009 12:41
Computer models as decision-making aids “Suppose you’re a general practitioner and you come across a child with a certain complaint. You’re interested in the opinions of your 50 colleagues in the region about whether they’d refer the child to the hospital, but of course you can’t phone all of them.…
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