Universitäten & Teams

Universitäten mit Forschungs­programmen, die unterstützt werden von der K.E.S.M.

 

Von der K.E.S.M. geförderte Forschungs­programme

Programm 2017–2019

 

UGent

Prof. dr. Luc Leybaert, MD, PhD

Exploring the role of astroglial Cx43 hemichannels as therapeutic targets in stroke

 

Prof. dr. Geert van Loo, PhD

Microglia, inflammasomes and multiple sclerosis

 

Prof. dr. Kristl Vonck

The role of locus coeruleus noradrenergic neurons in the mechanism of vagus nerve stimulation and the effect of selective activation of these neurons in epilepsy

 

UA

Prof. dr. Vincent Timmerman, PhD

Unravelling the novel molecular pathways contributing to distal hereditary motor neuropathy caused by mutant HSPB8 with the aim to identify potential therapeutic targets

 

VUB

Prof. dr. Dimitri De Bundel, PhD

Chemogenetic interrrogation of neuromedin U involvement in stress-induced psychopathology

 

ULB

Prof. Benoit Vanhollebeke, PhD

Organ-wide analysis of brain neurovascular communication in real-time and at single-cell resolution

KU Leuven

Prof. dr. Veerle Baekelandt, PhD

The role of alpha-synuclein aggregation, spreading and neuroinflammation in Parkinson's disease and related disorders

 

Prof. dr. Ir. Simon De Meyer

Neutrophil extracellular traps: novel targets for neuroprotection in stroke

 

Prof. dr. Bart De Strooper, MD, PhD

The study of the initial cellular phase of Alzheimer’s disease

 

Prof. An Goris, PhD

Unraveling the BAFF pathway towards targeted treatment of multiple sclerosis

 

Prof. dr. Wim Vandenberghe, MD. PhD

LRRK2, Rab10 and mitochondrial quality control in Parkinsons’s disease

 

Prof. dr. Peter Vangheluwe, PhD

Neuroprotection by lysosomal transport mechanisms in Parkinson's disease

 

Prof. dr. Catherine Verfaillie

Unraveling the role of TREM2 mutations in Alzheimer's disease using human Pluripotent Stem Cells

 

Prof. Thomas Voets

Unraveling the role of TRMP3 in neuropathic and inflammatory pain

UCL

Prof. Fadel Tissir, PhD

Development and malformations of the cerebral cortex: role of the diaphanous 3 gene

ULg

Dr. Laurent Nguyen, PhD

Deciphering the role of protein ubiquitination in human cortical malformation and hearing impairment

 

Frühere Forschungs­programme