• Lab Research

    Maastro Lab is a basic science and translational research laboratory embedded within the Research School GROW and the Faculty of Health Medicine and Life Sciences at Maastricht University.
  • Clinical Research

    In the Clinical Research division we perfom clinical trials in order to improve tolerance and efficacy and decrease side effects of cancer care.
  • Physics Research

    Focused on improving patient’s lives by research into PET-CT imaging, ultrasound imaging, novel CT imaging and small animal pre-clinical imaging. Other topics include brachytherapy dose calculations and particle beam radiotherapy.
  • Data Science

    In the Data Science division we build privacy preserving clinical data infrastructures, learn models from data to predict cancer outcomes and build model-based decision support systems for better cancer care.
  • Maastro Research

    Research in Maastro is focussed on implementing technological advances to improve normal tissue sparing, enhancing tumor control by combination Immuno-Radiotherapy and developing Shared Decision models to select the best treatment for the patient. Our translational research is focused on targeting the tumor microenvironment.


    The Maastro Clinical Trial office (Maastro CTO) is a professional accredited department that coordinates clinical trials according to the GCP guidelines. View all Maastro’s current trials.

    Data request

    To make a data request, please use  this application form (in Dutch).

    Internships and PhD positions

    At Maastro we offer different (research) internships. Regularly we offer specific PhD vacancies.

    If you are interested in internships or if you would you like to request for information, please contact us by email: academy@maastro.nl


      • 1 OKTOBER 2020
      Promotie Cecile Wolfs –  Methoden voor verbeterde foutdetectie bij dosisgeleide radiotherapie

      Promotie Cecile Wolfs – Methoden voor verbeterde foutdetectie bij dosisgeleide radiotherapie

      Promotie Cecile Wolfs – “Quantitative methods for improved error detection in dose-guided radiotherapy” Cecile Wolfs, Phd student bij Maastro is afgelopen vrijdag 25 september jl. gepromoveerd op het onderwerp: “Quantitative methods for improved error…

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      • 30 SEPTEMBER 2020
      Jaarverslag 2019: pioniers

      Jaarverslag 2019: pioniers

      Wij van Maastro hebben iets met uitdagingen. Niet dat het dagelijks werk niet uitdagend genoeg zou zijn, maar altijd weer is er die drive om het nog beter te doen. Slimmer aan te pakken. We zijn nieuwsgierig van aard, zijn niet bang voor nieuwe ontwikkelingen….

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