Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

For collecting and analyzing information about the use of the website, the Department of Immunology of Erasmus MC uses so-called “cookies”.

A cookie is a tiny text file that is downloaded by your browser and subsequently stored on your computer or mobile device. The information stored on your computer is only accessible to the website that generated the cookie and the cookie is only able to store information you have provided on the website.

Only analytical cookies does not use cookies to collect personal data or pseudo-anonymous data. We also do not use remarketing or personalization (so-called ‘profiling’) and we do not store IP addresses. We therefore do not use so-called tracking cookies: cookies that can follow visitors while surfing other websites.

We only use cookies for research and web statistics, so-called analytical cookies. The Department of Immunology of Erasmus MC does this to understand how visitors use the website. This information helps to improve the site and increase user-friendliness, for example by remembering the menu item of your choice and used search terms for a subsequent visit.

These types of cookies have no impact on your privacy. Because we meet all conditions (we do not collect data for advertising functions and we do not share data with Google or other third parties), we do not need to ask you for permission to place our analytical cookies.

Reject and delete cookies

You can refuse the use of cookies by changing the appropriate settings in your browser. You can delete the cookies manually, delete or reject them automatically, all at once or per site.

Use the links below for instructions on how to manage and delete cookies in various browsers and change your browser settings: