NUTRIM School for Nutrition, Toxicology and Metabolism

Part of Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences
Part of Maastricht Universitair Medisch Centrum+
Part of Universiteit Maastricht
Acronym NUTRIM
Address Universiteitssingel 40, 6229 ER Maastricht
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Postal address Postbus 616, 6200 MD Maastricht
Phone +31-43-3881476
Fax +31-43-3670286
Email mh. grispen -at- maastrichtuniversity. nl
Mission NUTRIM School for Nutritition, Toxicology and Metabolism, Maastricht University Medical Centre+, initiates and catalyzes translational research at the cross-road of different disciplines into nutritional and metabolic health risks and benefits focusing on societally important chronic diseases. This research is nationally and internationally organized through partnerships with other academic groups, government and industry. Simultaneously, through its PhD program Nutrim aims to produce investigators of high scientific excellence and ambassadors to support and develop the field of nutrition, toxicology and metabolism within and outside UM. Nutrim also acts as an independent, authoritative source of scientific advice and information for external user groups. 15 Biomedical, clinical and behavioural-science departments co-operate within NUTRIM.


Professor emeritus Prof.dr. M.A. van Baak
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. C.G.M.I. Baeten
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. W.A. Buurman
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. G. Hornstra
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. H. Kuipers
Professor emeritus W.H.M. Saris
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. P.B. Soeters
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. R.W. Stockbrügger
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. K.R. Westerterp
Professor emeritus Prof.dr. M.S. Westerterp-Plantenga
Management Dr. J.I.H. Janssen
Management A.M.W.J. Schols
Programme leader / Group leader Prof.dr. L.J.C. van Loon
Programme leader / Group leader Prof.dr. A.A.M. Masclee
Programme leader / Group leader R.P. Mensink
Programme leader / Group leader Prof.dr. F.J. van Schooten

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