27 Jul 2015News
Two large grants for Tranzo
Tranzo recently received two large grants, one worth 300,000 euro from ZonMw for research into youth care and another worth 500,000 euro from NWO for research into violence against psychiatric patients.
17 Jul 2015News
Veni grants NWO for three promising researchers
Three promising young reseachers of Tilburg University have been awarded a Veni grant by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). The grant consists of a maximum of 250,000 euro and will enable them to conduct innovative research for three years. Read more
03 Jul 2015News
Six Research Talent grants for PhD research at Tilburg University
The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) has awarded Tilburg University with six Research Talent (Onderzoekstalent) grants. Research Talent grants offer excellent students within the social and behavioral sciences the opportunity to fulfill their ambitions to conduct PhD research. Read more
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18 Jun 2015News
Tilburg University Data Challenge for Social Good
Tilburg University is challenging data scientists to work on social data science projects that really matter. Professors, PhD-candidates, students and external data scientists will collaborate, explore en find solutions for various social challenges. Read more
15 Jun 2015News
27 May 2015News
Spring Meeting: Social Inequality, Cohesion and Solidarity
Het From May 28-30, the Department of Sociology at TSB is proud to host the Spring Meeting of the Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility of the International Sociological Association (ISA).
20 May 2015News
Social Sciences and Humanities stijgen op CWTS Leiden Ranking
Op de CWTS Leiden Ranking 2015, die op woensdag 20 mei is gepubliceerd op www.leidenranking.com, is Tilburg University in de ranking voor Social Sciences and Humanities gestegen naar de 125e positie. Deze categorie is nieuw in de editie van 2015. In de ranking van 2014 behaalde de universiteit nog een 200e plaats in de categorie Social Sciences.
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Low blood pressure responses to mental stress increase risk of mortality in heart failure patients
Mental stress among heart failure patients led to a significant increase in heart rate and diastolic and systolic blood pressure in a study of patients who prepared and gave a speech about their personal strengths and weaknesses. Read more