Universities & teams

Universities having research projects supported by the Q.E.M.F.


Q.E.M.F. funded research projects

Projects 2005–2007



Prof. dr. Jan Tavernier

Evaluation of leptin antagonists for treatment of multiple sclerosis


Prof. dr. Peter Vanhoenacker

The human 5–HT7 receptor: a new link and potential therapeutic target for Alzheimer's disease?


Prof. dr. Erik De Schutter

Experimental analysis of cerebellar coding


Prof. dr. Vincent Timmerman, PhD

Molecular genetics and biology of Charcot-Marie-Tooth neuropathies


Prof. dr. Yvette Michotte

In vitro and in vivo studies on the role of the IRAP enzyme/AT4 receptor system in learning and memory processes


Prof. dr. Marc Parmentier

Characterization of the role of G protein-coupled receptors in the central nervous system by using genetically invalidated mouse models


Prof. dr. Serge N. Schiffmann

Roles of the direct and indirect pathways in functions and disorders of the basal ganglia


Prof. Pierre Vanderhaeghen, MD, PhD

Developmental mechanisms patterning neuronal connectivity in the cerebral cortex

KU Leuven

Prof. dr. Peter Janssen

The functional interaction between dorsal and ventral visual stream areas during 3D object discrimination and grasping


Prof. dr. Wim Vanduffel

Interactions between areas investigated using awake monkey fMRI


Prof. dr. Rufin Vogels

Coding of action categories in primate cortex


Prof. dr. André Goffinet

Genetic, molecular and cellular mechanisms of cortical development


Prof. dr. Jean-Noël Octave

Phosphorylation of the amyloid precursor protein intracellular domain: regulation of the production of ß-amyloid peptide and transcriptional activity?


Prof. dr. Etienne Olivier

Distinct contribution of parietal and frontal cortical areas to the control of finger and hand movements


Dr. Shibeshih Belachew

Unraveling the role of type 2 cyclin-dependent kinase during inner ear and white matter development


Prof. dr. Pierre Maquet

Human Brain Function in sleep. Studies in man by multimodal functional neuroimaging


Dr. Laurence Ris

Role and Mechanisms of synaptic "Tagging" in long-term memory

Previous research projects