The participating research groups are part of the Technical Medical Centre. This Centre aims to improve healthcare by personalised technology. The research of the Technical Medical Centre can be subdived in five research domains. Research work together on issues such as: Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering technologies and Biorobotics. This working method results in cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research. It strengthens the cohesion between current research and it facilitates the opening up of entirely new fields of research.
The Technical Medical Centre has appointed various clinical professors in order to ensure that the wants of clinicians remain central and to encourage cooperation with the medical community.
Another important mainstay of the Technical Medical Centre is entrepreneurship. In order to ensure that patients benefit from the knowledge and technology of the Centre. The Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure, ranging from research labs, preclinical testbeds and simulated hospital environments.
Bionanotech & Advanced Biomanufacturing
- Biomaterials Science and Technology
- Developmental Bioengineering
- Bios Lab on a chip
- Applied Stem Cell Technologies
Imaging & diagnostics
- Biomedical Photonic Imaging
- Health technology and services design
- Medical cell biophysics
- Magnetc Detection & Imaging
- Physics of fluids