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The Ghent University Hospital is one of the largest and most specialized hospitals in Flanders with more than 3,000 patients a day and more than 6,000 employees. Patients are offered a wide range of top referent care. The hospital has extensive facilities and more than 1,000 beds for single-day and multi-day inpatient stays.
As a university medical center, Ghent University Hospital also invests in research, education and training and works closely together with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of Ghent University. The latter offers a wide range of study programmes in medicine and health sciences, as well as the associated research activities. Research at the faculty is very diverse, ranging from fundamental (bio)medical research to translational and clinical academic research. Clinicians and healthcare professionals are continuously trained and researchers including clinician-scientists study many new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.
Head of Department of Ophthalmology, Professor of Ophthalmic Genetics and Visual Electrophysiology, Principal Investigator of Clinical Trials, Investigator of Research Projects, Chair of WG1 “Retinal Rare Eye Diseases” of ERN-EYE and ERN-EYE Hospital Coordinator
Elfride De Baere
Head of Clinic, Center for Medical Genetics, Ghent University Hospital, Professor of Ophthalmic and Developmental Genetics, Department of Biomolecular Medicine, Ghent University, Senior Clinical Investigator Research Foundation Flanders. Member of WG1, WG3, TWG5, TWG6, TWG8, TWG9.
Ghent University Hospital, Belgium
Tel : +32 9 332 21 11