According to a study by the European "Meditaging" consortium including GIGA-CRC in vivo Imaging, meditation has beneficial effects on the mental health of seniors.
The Alzheimer's Research Foundation has selected three research projects at the University of Liège for a total of 600,000 euros, out of the 3,200,000 euros granted by the Foundation in Belgium.
A research project conducted in close collaboration with the SCK-CEN has developed a process that provides a more effective measurement of a worker's radiation level than the traditional dosimeter.
A grant that will enable them to study certain mechanisms responsible for the disability induced by multiple sclerosis.
These results will help researchers to identify at an early stage the people most at risk of developing the disease, well before the first cognitive symptoms appear.
The GIGA-CRC-IVI research unit will contribute to this objective by developing the quantification and correction of inhomogeneities in brain data obtained by 7T MRI.
A collaboration between the Laboratory of Rheumatology and the Department of Nuclear Medicine highlights a new diagnostic approach for osteoarthritis via the radioactive tracer [18F] FPRGD2.
Eric Salmon, medical director of the Cyclotron Research Center, receives this prize which rewards a renowned scientist for his research in the field of nuclear energy.
The prizes awarded on 10 December 2019 in Brussels reward innovative and promising research in the fields of coma for the first and asthma treatment for the second.
GIGA researchers demonstrate that regulation of the sleep-wake cycle can have a significant impact on cognitive aging.
Thanks to this exceptional neuroimaging equipment, ULiège researchers will be able to better understand how the brain works and several neurodegenerative diseases