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Queen Máxima inspects zebrafish embryos
On Wednesday the 4th of September, Queen Máxima opened the renovated tropical greenhouse complex of the Leiden Hortus Botanicus. At the occasion Máxima met with IBL-PhD student Mahin Ghorbani from Iran and talked with her about her work on drug discovery from Iranian medicinal plants using zebrafish
evaluating dose-response relationships of metal-based nanoparticles to Zebrafish embryos
Promotores: Prof.dr. W.J.G.M. Peijnenburg & Dr. M.G. Vijver
Through the magnifying glass
Although nanoparticles are extensively used in various applications like consumer products and have most probably entered the environment, little is known about the effects of these particles on living organisms.
Develop a methodology for assessing the effective dose of nanomaterials for environmental risk assessment purposes
How to make a quantitative assessment of the relative contribution to toxicity of ions and particles? Is the toxicity of nanoparticles related to their size or shape? Which physicochemical property of nanoparticles is an appropriate dose metric of nanoparticles?
Mesoporous silica nanoparticle-based protein delivery systems for biomedical applications
Promotor: A. Kros
Wiskunde en Natuurwetenschappen
Key innate immune components controlling intracellular infection
Promotor: Prof.dr. H.P. Spaink, Co-promotor: Prof.dr. A.H. Meijer
Horizon2020 grant for toxicologist Bob van de Water
An international research consortium led by Bob van de Water, Professor of Toxicology at Leiden University, has been awarded a prestigious Horizon2020 grant of 30 million euros.
Inaugural lecture Annemarie Meijer
On Monday 21 September Annemarie Meijer, Professor of Immunobiology, presented her inaugural lecture on immunobiology and infectious disease.