BBEMG - Belgian BioElectroMagnetics Group

Belgian BioElectroMagnetics Group

Laboratoire de recherche en orthopédie traumatologie (ULB)

Laboratoire de recherche en orthopédie traumatologie (ULB)

Maurice Hinsenkamp +32 (0)2 555 36 40
Jean-François Collard +32 (0)2 555 37 23

Reasearch project inside the BBEMG:

  • in vitro investigations of the effects of electromagnetic fields on keratinocytes;
  • Analysis of activated genes both in keratinocytes and in leukaemia blood.

See LROT objectives, Reports and publications.

Other topics:

  • Evolution of the viscoelastic properties of the fracture callus during bone healing : biophysical interaction.
  • Bone strain measurements in microgravity during parabolic flights.
  • Study of Kashin-Beck Disease in Central Tibet.
  • Study of bone substitutes at the Bone Bank of Erasmus Hospital.
  • SICOT Telediagnostic project.
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Erasmus University Hospital
Laboratoire de recherche en orthopédie traumatologie (LROT)
Route de Lennik, 808 | 1070 Bruxelles
http://www.ulb.ac.be/rech/inventaire/unites/ULB260.html

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Latest update on 11/05/2015

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