Amsterdam Cardiovascular Sciences
PhD Thesis Defense by Janina C.V. Schwarz
Promotion Blood vessel adaptation and endothelial shear stress |A tale of imaging and modeling
Speed dates - The Battle (among PhD candidates)
Other After the resounding success of ‘Speed dates against loneliness & isolation’ in March, the Doctoral School presents Speed dates 2 - The Battle! During 1.5 hours you will meet many fellow PhD candidates. But there’s more at stake: the better you get to know your team mates, the greater your chances will be to win eternal glory in THE BATTLE. Are you ready?
PhD Thesis Defense by Derek J.B. Kleinveld
Promotion Novel treatments for trauma-induced bleeding and organ failure
Pimp my: Resilience
Course & workshop Writing a PhD can be demanding and lonely work. It is easy to procrastinate and sometimes hard to keep going, especially when the research gets difficult and work pressure is high. In other words: writing a PhD requires a lot of resilience.
23rd AMSTOL symposium
Congress & symposium On October 1, the 23rd AMSTOL (Amsterdam Stolling) symposium will take place.
ACS symposium - Heart Failure & Arrhythmias (CANCELLED)
Congress & symposium This monthly ACS symposium has been cancelled because of the Annual ACS Conference the day after (October 5).
PhD Thesis Defense by Charles Hayfron-Benjamin
Promotion Macrovascular, microvascular, and pulmonary dysfunction in sub-Saharan Africans with type-2 diabetes
7th Annual ACS conference
Congress & symposium Due to the extended COVID-19 measures our 7th Annual ACS conference has been rescheduled to October 5, 2021 at the Compagnietheater in Amsterdam. Join this inspiring symposium on (pre)clinical cardiovascular research.
BCF Career Event Netherlands
Congress & symposium Are you a newly graduate looking for your first job, a (young) professional looking for the next step in your career or simply interested in enhancing your career? Join BCF Career Event in Jaarbeurs Utrecht on 6 October to discover your career path in the Life Sciences industry.
Inaugural Lecture by prof. Alexander P. Vlaar
Promotion Bloed Zweet en Tranen