The fertility laboratory will be closed during the winter holidays from 20 December 2019 until 2 January 2020.
Belgian real-world studies confirm efficacy and safety of ustekinumab
Algorithms based on machine learning provide diagnoses that are twice as accurate as those of pulmonologists.
University Hospitals Leuven, VIB and KU Leuven research has revealed a genetic error that can cause a very early stage of chronic inflammation of the joints. It was found in an identical twin that started to present serious symptoms of juvenile arthritis.
Becoming pregnant via embryo selection to avoid severe genetic disorders: thanks to the rapid developments in genetics, the number of individuals taking this option has doubled in the University Hospitals Leuven. How does this work?
With the brand new Neurodegeneration Challenge Network, prof. dr Wim Vandenberghe will collaborate on creating a chip that can study the mechanisms of Parkinson's.
The non-invasie prenatal test (NIPT) can trace blood cancers, and not only in pregnant women. The first trial results have now been published in Annals of Oncology.
For the second time, the University Hospitals Leuven, the LKI and the Institute For Professional Care (IFPC) organise a specific training for professional beauticians, giving them a better insight in the specific needs of cancer patients.
Prof. dr. Wim Robberecht is the new CEO of the University Hospitals Leuven. He succeeds prof. dr. Marc Decramer, who was accorded emeritus status.
Thanks to a collegial decision by the 8 recognized Belgian genetic centers, you now pay € 100 less for a non-invasive prenatal test.
With the EOS-device it is possible to make accurate 3D images of both back and limbs.
Idebenone stabilises the pulmonary function in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.