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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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    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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    FNR video featuring PEARL Chair Prof. Jochen Klucken

    The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) has just launched a new video showcasing the work of the Digital Medicine group, headed by FNR PEARL Chair Prof. Jochen Klucken. The group focuses on developing personalised digital healthcare solutions and shaping a new ecosystem for digital medicine.

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    Journée portes ouvertes – Le LCSB vous invite dans ses labos !

    Le 18 mars, l’Université du Luxembourg organise sa journée Portes Ouvertes annuelle au cours de laquelle les futurs étudiants, leurs parents et toutes les personnes intéressées pourront explorer le Campus Belval. Ce sera l’occasion de découvrir les formations proposées par l’université, de rencontrer d’autres étudiants, de visiter les installations et d’en apprendre plus sur les travaux de recherche des centres interdisciplinaires.

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

    The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) has awarded an FNR PEARL Chair to the director of the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg for a research project focusing on Alzheimer’s disease. Endowed with 3.9 million euros, this new project aims to bridge from fundamental research to clinical applications for diagnostics and therapy, contributing to improving care for dementia patients in Luxembourg and beyond.

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    LCSB booth draws attention at the Researchers’ Days

    On 25-26 November, the LCSB participated in the Researchers’ Days 2022 with a booth dedicated to microorganisms and how we study them. Organised by the Systems Ecology group, the activities were a success, attracting hundreds of visitors keen to observe microbes under a microscope, to blow up balloons with yeasts and to extract DNA from their saliva!

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    Fondation Jean Think : un partenaire de longue date de l’université

    Fin septembre, le Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine a invité son partenaire de longue date, la Fondation Jean Think, sur le campus de Belval.

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    Le Soroptimist International soutient l’Assist. Prof. Carole Linster

    Dans le cadre de son centenaire, le Soroptimist International of Europe a célébré “The Soroptimist of the Centenary” et a fait un don pour les maladies infantiles rares au Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine.

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    Toward European roadmap for the evaluation of digital medical devices

    The World Health Organisation currently lists more than 2 million devices with a medical purpose. These innovative health technologies are transforming the medical landscape. They have the potential to improve healthcare for patients, providers and payers but are also disrupting the European regulatory landscape. Although the integration of these technologies is a strategic priority for Europe, there is currently no harmonised framework for their evaluation and use. There is now a clear need for a consistent quality labelling to help citizens identify digital medical devices fulfilling basic medical standards and privacy criteria. This is why a new European taskforce was recently launched to address the issue. 

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    FNR awards 2022 – LCSB researchers in the spotlight

    On 20 October, the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) presented the FNR Awards 2022 to reward exceptional contributions to science and science communication in Luxembourg. During the ceremony, Prof. Rejko Krüger, head of the Translational Neuroscience group at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) and director of Transversal Translational Medicine at the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), and Dr Ibrahim Boussaad, researcher at the LCSB, received the 2022 FNR Award for Outstanding Scientific Achievement.

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