Thursday, 20 April 2017
Sandra Tijssen (ErasmusMC), Marcel Jonker (iBMG) and Annemieke Romein (ESHCC) will go to the United States and Belgium thanks to the programme Rubicon. They will research family-brain, patient preferences and policing the Low Countries.
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
It is impossible to imagine the healthcare sector without medical technology. Innovative diagnosis and treatment methods call for a new type of medical professional; someone with both medical and technical knowledge, who can form a link between patients and technology. That’s why, as from September 2017, students will be able to start the Master’s programme in Technical Medicine, which is a collaboration between TU Delft and the university medical centres of Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University.
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
A ‘daddy day’? More time to spend at home? A sense of well-being for men doesn’t necessarily come from working part-time. In fact, they’re happier if they can ‘simply’ work full-time. That was one of the conclusions of sociologist Sean de Hoon’s doctoral research into the impact of family relationships and parenthood on disparities in happiness, income and health. He will defend his thesis on Thursday 13 April.