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Projects involve multiple researchers investigating one specific topic, e.g. externally funded interdisciplinary research collaborations, working groups etc.

Results: 1 - 6 of 6
Results: 1 - 6 of 6
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    Common mental health disorders

    How can complexity modelling tools successfully be applied and explored to understand the onset and maintenance of common mental health disorders, like depression, in order to explore new targets for prevention and treatment?

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    Complexity and transmission: the propagation of cultural features

    Where cultures meet, each brings along a particular set of features in a variety of domains. Whether or not the features of one culture are taken over by the other culture(s) depends not only on properties intrinsic to the feature under ...

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    Complexity science for immune fitness

    Specialised nutrition and nutritional supplements aim at improving the “immune fitness” of both patients and healthy people. The goal is this interdisciplinary project is to quantify the effect of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFAs) ...

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    Complexity thinking for antimicrobial resistance

    An innovative scientific approach towards achieving a more comprehensive understanding of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the application of complexity science to predict the emergence of AMR in response to new public policies and ...

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    School choice dynamics and segregation

    This research collaboration between the University of Amsterdam, the University of Groningen, the Dutch Inspectorate of Education, and the City of Amsterdam aims to unravel the dynamics of school choice and resulting patterns of segregation and ...

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    Socio-economic inequalities in health

    There is a growing consensus among public health researchers that the processes underlying population health and its distribution cannot be unravelled by traditional epidemiological methods that have largely been developed in a clinical setting. ...