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In our large data-biobank we facilitate a state of the art research in acute and emergency medicine.
Containing healthcare data from affiliated general practices in the Northern Netherlands.
The largest academic cohort study investigating polycystic kidney disease.
Congenital anomaly registry and research group.
Biobank that aims to gain more knowledge about the origin and treatment of (hereditary) diseases.
Population-based birth-cohort that examines the behavioral, social, environ…
Groningen initiative to analyse type 2 diabetes treatment.
Improving the quality and efficiency of low back pain care.
Collaborating cohorts working on Immune Mediated Inflammatory Diseases (IMID).
Large-scale study into the course of pregnancy and the health of mother and child.
A real-world cohort of patients within secondary psychiatric care.
The dataset of the NELSON study is a Dutch-Belgian population-based, randomised controlled lung cancer screening trial.
Evaluating health and neurodevelopmental problems in preterm children.
Oncological data-biobank contributing to healthy ageing.
National biobank to facilitate clinically relevant multi-omics research in patients with IBD.
Prospective observational study with serial follow-up investigating predictors and impact of cardiovascular and renal disease.
Clinical and population cohort contributing to the development and unravelling of obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma.
(Re)using routine clinical data for improving the quality of Rehabilitation treatment and facilitating personalised care.
SeniorLines examines the added value of hospital treatment for people aged 70 and over.
TRAILS is an ongoing, multidisciplinary research on the development of adolescents and young adults.
Biobank and cohort that researches both short- and long-term success after organ transplantation.
The first Dutch population-based prospective cohort study.