Review on molecular imaging of postprandial metabolism.

Review published by Vera Schrauwen-Hinderling in the Journal of Applied Physiology, 'Molecular Imaging of Postprandial Metabolism'. The review describes some recent advances, with particular focus on glucose and fatty acid metabolism in postprandial state, and discusses current gaps in knowledge and new perspectives of application of PET and MRI/MRS for the investigation and treatment of human met...
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Vera Schrauwen wins Vidi research grant

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Vera Schrauwen was awarded a competitive Vidi grant by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Her project is titled 'A snapshot of human metabolism: novel non-invasive information by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy' and proposes to  develop new Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy methods to gain novel non-invasive information on metabolic health, and advance translational research...
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Join us to support Diabetes research: DiaBeatit Run fundraiser 15 June 2017

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Mark your calendars and buy a ticket to support our team! For the fifth year in a row DMRG will participate in the DiaBeatIt Run: a double marathon from Rotterdam to Amsterdam, including the 589 stair steps of the ‘Euromast’, to raise money for the Dutch Diabetes Foundation. This year our fundraiser will be held at the UM Sports Café on Thursday, 15 June, from 17.00. Lots of exciting prizes to win...
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Benefits of sitting less

DMRG members were involved in a study published in Frontiers in Physiology. The article is titled 'Benefits of Substituting Sitting with Standing and Walking in Free-Living Conditions for Cardiometabolic Risk Markers, Cognition and Mood in Overweight Adults' and can be found by following this link.
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Brown fat chapter in 2nd edition Adipose Tissue Biology

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DMRG member Dr Emmani Nascimento contributed to the recently published second edition of Adipose Tissue Biology, as co-author of the chapter 'Brown Adipose Tissue as a Therapeutic Target'. The volume presents advances in understanding adipose tissue, and new potential for the prevention and control of rising obesity rates.
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