Finding the research you need

This website compiles Maastricht University research output for both academic and public access. It offers not only scientific and professional publications, but also talks, activities, and press content related to UM research.


Research does not stop at the university gates: our research community works in multidisciplinary teams and in close cooperation with international institutes, business, and industry, striving daily to find ways our research output can benefit society.

Faculties contributing to Research Publications include:

  • Arts and Social Sciences
  • Health, Medicine and Life Sciences*
  • Humanities and Sciences
  • Law
  • Psychology and Neuroscience
  • School of Business and Economics

*Over the second half of 2016 and first half of 2017, the vast research collection of the Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences will be gradually added, starting with the most recent output.

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Phd thesis in the spotlight

  1. Macrophage stimulating protein (MSP) in the metabolic syndrome

    Research output: InternalDoctoral Thesis

Latest research outputs

  1. Memory detection: the effects of emotional stimuli

    Research output: Scientific - peer-reviewArticle

  2. Contemporary Organized Crime.: Developments, Challenges and Responses.

    Research output: Other research outputBook editing

  3. Introduction

    Research output: ScientificChapter

All research outputs

Latest talks & activities

  1. De toekomst van vakmanschap

    Activity: Audience scientificTalk or presentation

  2. Nationaal cohortonderzoek Onderwijs (NCO)

    Activity: Audience scientificTalk or presentation

  3. Nationaal cohortonderzoek Onderwijs (NCO)

    Activity: Audience scientificTalk or presentation

  4. De lijstjes van Dronkers: over ranking van scholen

    Activity: Audience scientificTalk or presentation

  5. The Politics of Health and Citizenship: From Hobbes to Neo-Liberalism.

    Activity: Audience scientificTalk or presentation

All talks & activities