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    Successful first edition of the Digital Medical Devices summer school

    On 10-21 July 2023, the University of Luxembourg and the IESE business school of University of Navarra, held the first Digital Medical Devices (DMD) summer school, a practical, hands-on program for future digital healthcare contributors and innovators.

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    Federal President Steinmeier and HRH Grand Duke Henry visit the LCSB

    “A place that reminds us of the roots of Luxembourg’s prosperity, but also of the need for change,” was how German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier expressed his admiration for the Belval Campus.

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    In memoriam – Dr David J. Galas

    David J. Galas was an internationally recognised expert in molecular biology and human genetics, well known for his work in the Human Genome Project.

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    Resounding Success for 7th Venusberg Meeting on Neuroinflammation

    From 11-13 May, the event united over 200 global researchers and students in neuroinflammation, fostering collaboration and discussing cutting-edge advancements on the historic industrial grounds of Campus Belval.

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    Prof Jorge Goncalves Wins Hubei Province Chime Bell Award

    Prof. Jorge Gonçalves received the Hubei Province Chime Bell Award in recognition of his outstanding academic contributions in the fields of modelling and machine learning.

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    Differentiating typical and atypical parkinsonism early in disease

    The new international DEEPEN-iRBD study aims to model the progression of REM sleep behaviour disorder (RBD) towards typical or atypical forms of parkinsonism.

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    University Open Day – The LCSB opens the doors of its labs!

    On 18 March, the University of Luxembourg organises its yearly Open Day, during which prospective students, parents and the general public can explore the campus. It will be the perfect opportunity to discover the university’s study programmes and its interdisciplinary research centres, to meet other students and visit facilities of Campus Belval.

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    FNR PEARL Chair on Alzheimer’s disease for Prof. Michael Heneka

    The FNR awarded an FNR PEARL Chair to Prof. Michael Heneka, director of the LCSB for a new research project on Alzheimer’s disease.

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    Fondation Jean Think: a long-standing partner of the University

    At the end of September, the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine invited its long-standing partner, the Fondation Jean Think, to the Belval campus.

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    Soroptimist International supports Assistant Prof. Carole Linster

    In the context of its 100th anniversary, the Soroptimist International of Europe celebrated “The Soroptimist of the Centenary” and donated to rare childhood diseases at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine.

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