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Developments in cosmetic medicine have proceeded at a rapid pace in last few years. But are all the developments equally welcome? Three experts have their say.
- BNR Nieuwsradio
She is the person who got the admission system for Medicine Studies changed from a lottery to a decentralised selection. By now Meike Vernooij is a radiologist and professor.
Endowed professor of chronobiology & health Bert van der Horst: "Your biological clock is of vital importance"
Our biological clock has far more of an impact on our health than we expect it to, says Bert van der Horst, endowed professor of chronobiology & health.
Pediatric surgeon René Wijnen: "We can join forces now, apply for grants together for research into rare diseases."
For the alumni platform EUR Connect photographer Marie Cecile Thijs portrayed thirty special alumni. Doctor Cathy van Horik is one of them.
The knowledge institutes in the Medical Delta have joined forces to develop and implement technological solutions for sustainable healthcare as part of a broad scientific programme.
'Even the Netherlands has important differences between the health of the poor and rich. We would like to decrease these differences.’
Sam Harper is epidemiologist and associate professor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. For the next four years he will be working in part at Erasmus University.
Professor John Cawley of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, will be a part-time Visiting Professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam for the next four years.