Guus Smit, Director of the CNCRof VU Amsterdam, will become the new co-director of Amsterdam Neuroscience. He will take over this role from Diederik van de Beek, neurologist and professor of neurology at Amsterdam UMC.
With great pride, we present our Amsterdam Neuroscience MAGAZINE 2021 covering the overarching theme: resilience. The magazine dives into the understanding of the brain, via resilience, prognosis and prevention.
This year we organized a two-day hybrid event that started with the online poster market in Gather town on Thursday and continued with a plenary program on Friday with 200 attendees live at the Johan Cruijff ArenA and more than 300 participants online.
A retrospective study compared neurofilament light chain and glial fibrillary acidic protein levels in the CSF and blood of patients with metachromatic leukodystrophy.
A cohort study investigated the risk of recurrent stroke in patients with symptomatic carotid web. Their findings suggest that medical management alone may not provide sufficient protection.
Find the program of the two-day Annual Meeting 2021 and register today to join all neuroscience researchers and clinicians at Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
In the largest collaborative MRI study on PD, coordinated by Ysbrand van der Werf and candidate Max Laansma, the anatomical scans and clinical data of 2357 persons with Parkinson’s disease were investigated.
Femke Lamers and Yuri Milaneschi have been awarded with a 500,000 euro grant from the Dutch Brain Foundation to study the anti-inflammatory medication Celecoxib as add-on treatment for immune-metabolic depression.