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This study tries to investigate whether the nurse-led GILL (Gezondheid in Lichaam en Leefstijl) eHealth intervention is an effective way to improve physical health and lifestyle behaviors.
The Brain Foundation Netherlands awarded a €500.000 grant to study anti-inflammatory medication as add-on treatment for immune-metabolic depression.
APH researcher Eva van der Linden, was awarded the prestigious Fulbright research grant, allowing her to visit the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA.
Gert-Jan de Bruijn has received funding from NWO in the ‘Research along Routes by Consoria’ (ORC) call of the Dutch Research Agenda
Two APH researchers have been awarded a Veni and a Vidi grant by the Dutch Research Council. Eirini Karyotaki was awarded the Veni grant. The Vidi grant was awarded to Christiaan Vinkers.
Laura Nawijn won the ABC talent grant, with her research ‘Across Diagnostic Boundaries: Investigating shared and specific biopsychosocial factors in common psychiatric disorders’.
Karien Stronks, Willem van Mechelen and Judith Jelsma received a ZonMw grant for a project in the Lifestyle health care (prevention) round.
The ZonMw early detection program focusses besides early detection also on knowledge use, implementation, effectiveness research and innovation.
LASA receives grant from the Ministry of Health Welfare and Sports for the period 2021-2024. The grant is over 3 million Euros.
Exploring the interplay of psychosocial and biological factors affecting health-related quality of life in recovered COVID-19 patients.
Large ZonMw grant for APH researchers to investigate consequences of the corona pandemic for children and adolescents.
SP&H researchers receive KWF Alpe D’HuZes grant for Individual placement and support (IPS) for unemployed and work disabled cancer survivors.
This project aims to develop a protocol for patient-centered follow-up for curatively treated colorectal cancer patients.
In the second ZonMw grant round, APH researchers have received money from ZonMw for their COVID-19 projects
The Dutch Heart Foundation has awarded six researchers of the Amsterdam UMC the ‘Dekker grant’. These grants are personal grants for talented researchers.
APH researcher Dorly Deeg receives grants from the Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development (ZonMw) and from Netspar.
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