Department of Pediatrics


Current research

(the most recent research is at the top)
Collaboration Can the introduction of a virtual asthma clinic improve the number of asthma free days in children with asthma while reducing visits to the outpatient clinic by 50%?
Secretariat Pediatric microdosing: elucidating age-related changes in oral absorption to guide dosing of new formulations
Secretariat Optimizing sedation in pediatric ICU patients, a nationwide study on efficacy and safety of daily interruption of sedation.
Secretariat Exhaled biomarkers in children with asthma and cystic fibrosis: towards better diagnosis, treatment and management.
Secretariat Can genes predict kidney failure induced by tacrolimus therapy in pediatric transplant patients?
Secretariat Challenging old dogmas: improved diagnostics and tailored therapy by unraveling biology of acute leukemia in children
Secretariat Discovering new oncogenic aberrations in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Secretariat Biology of TELAML1-positive ALL in children: role of microenvironment / stromal interaction
Secretariat How to stop etanercept after successful treatment of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
Secretariat Towards better asthma control in children: is there a role for the asthma control test and exhaled nitric oxide?
Secretariat Elucidation of the mechanism of antigenic variation of Mycoplasma pneumoniae
Secretariat Fetal plasticity and health in later life. A life course study focused on epigenetic, metabolic and vascular programming
Secretariat Genetic characterization of high risk childhood leukemias for the development of new targeted therapies: focus on MLL gene rearranged ALL
Secretariat Study of the congenital immune system in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in a new model for IBD in the zebra fish
Secretariat Pathways from social disadvantage to relative overweight in 2-5 year old children: the role of environmental and individual factors
Secretariat Identification of new cancer genes involved in lymphomagenesis
Secretariat Definition of risk groups in infant acute lymphoblastic leukemia by prospective analysis of immunobiological characteristics, genetic abnormalities, drug resistance and minimal residual disease
Secretariat Prediction of treatment outcome in infant acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Secretariat Mechanisms of STI571 resistance in acute leukemia
Secretariat Molecular defects in ATM-controlled DNA repair and cell death as mechanism of drug resistance in specific subtypes of acute leukemia
Secretariat The role of CD1d in the regulation of mucosal inflammation
Secretariat Patient Safety in Pediatrics: a Developing Discipline

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