Organisation profile

Organisation profile

By embracing novel digital technologies, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence approaches to analyse large datasets of patient-derived biological, clinical, environmental, and lifestyle information, we address major public health issues which are relevant to both Luxembourg and the international community. We carry out a number of epidemiological studies, clinical trials, and experimental investigations in key areas such as cardio-metabolic and neurodegenerative diseases, behavioural and nutritional aspects of chronic disease prevention and economic evaluations of health interventions – with a strong digital health dimension 

The department is also responsible for a range of public health projects such as disease registries or national surveys. It relies on expertise from a number of disciplines (epidemiologists, data scientists, clinicians, basic scientists, statisticians, methodologists, clinical trialists, translational researchers). 

We aim to foster interdisciplinary and translational research collaborations across the different units of the department and strengthen networks with national and international partners and stakeholders. We will strive to become a national training centre in epidemiology and public health research for the next generation of scientists and health professionals in these fields, with the goal of promoting the integration of digital technologies and use of real-world data into both research and clinical practice, for the benefit of patients. 


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