A recent doctoral study (VUB-ULiège) shows that the clinical assessment of the depth of sedation and the presence of pain during palliative sedation could be improved by the use of medical monitors.
Laurent Nguyen's team (GIGA-Stem Cells) publishes an article in the journal Trends in Neurosciences reviewing current knowledge at the crossroads of neurobiology and mechanobiology.
The King visited the Covid laboratory of the ULiège on Tuesday 10 November, which, with 450,000 analyses to date, is the one that has carried out the largest number of tests in Belgium.
The Laboratory of Translational Gastroenterology team has identified biomarkers with significant potential in predicting short, medium and long term recurrence of the disease.
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.
13 new projects, including 4 at the ULiège, have been selected by the Fund For Scientific Research-FNRS for a total amount of three million euros.
The researcher has just received the Collen-Franqui startup grant from the Franqui Foundation (BE) and the Young Investigator Grant from the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation (USA). Congratulations!
An international team, led by researchers from GIGA and CHU has discovered how a previously obscure receptor, GPR101, powerfully stimulates growth hormone (GH) secretion and produces gigantism.
Video explaining the concept of the TARANTULA project, which aims at the recovery of tungsten, niobium and tantalum occurring as by-products in mining and processing waste streams.
Created on the initiative of the CHU de Liège, the ULiège, the Fonds Léon Fredericq and the Centre Anticancéreux, the Fondation Léon Frédericq encourages the projects of talented young researchers in the field of medicine and healthcare.
The director of the GIGA-Cardiovascular of ULiège and of the cardiology department of the CHU of Liège is rewarded for his major contributions in the field of cardiac diseases.
A multidisciplinary team of GIGA researchers has detected significant amounts of DNA streaks in the lungs of patients who died from Covid-19, which could explain the severity of some cases.