Annual ACS Symposium
This annual symposium will take place in the Nieuwe Liefde, Amsterdam. The aim is to stimulate collaborations between the ACS Research programs and to provide a forum to exchange your latest research results (by either an oral or a poster).
Upcoming Annual ACS symposium: 1 July 2021.
Monthly ACS symposia
Every first Monday of the month, one of the five Research programs of ACS organize a symposium starting at 15:45 hrs with coffee/tea, followed by presentations of several internal and external speakers and discussion from 16:00-18:00 hrs. Upcoming symposia (with registration form) are listed on the events page of this website. Please find below the ACS symposia dates for 2021.
|Dates 2021||Research program|
|February 1||Atherosclerosis & Ischemic Syndromes|
|March 1||Heart Failure & Arrhythmias|
|April 12||Pulmonary Hypertension & Thrombosis|
|May 3||Diabetes & Metabolism|
|July 1||7th Annual ACS conference|
|September 6||Atherosclerosis & Ischemic Syndromes|
|October 4||Heart Failure & Arrhythmias|
|November 1||Pulmonary Hypertension & Thrombosis|
|December 6||Diabetes & Metabolism|
ACS PhD Retreat
The ACS PhD Retreat is an annual event for all PhD candidates, so for starters and seniors. This two-day event will consist of inspiring keynote speakers, workshops and pitches from your peers, focusing on cardiovascular sciences, but also on inspiring stories beyond. The event is free of charge and includes hotel stay and food and drinks.
Upcoming ACS PhD Retreat: 11-12 March 2021.
Twice a year we organize an afternoon specifically for our PhD candidates. It includes a lunch and a discussion about an item chosen by your peers, such as how to make better figures, how to improve your statistic and how to make a good poster. We will announce the events through the ACS website and newsletter. The PhD afternoons are mandatory for all new ACS PhD candidates in Amsterdam UMC location VUmc, but are also available for location AMC PhD candidates.
Due to restrictions regarding COVID-19, social events are cancelled and only the presentations are continued in a digital setting.