After a long period of hard work, it’s finally here: as of December 16th the eight research institutes will present their researchers, programs and highlighted projects on this new Research website of Amsterdam UMC.

The website displays different assets of the research institutes’ community such as our Researchers, Research Highlights and Research Programs. The website is intended for our own research community as well as to gain visibility outside the research institute. The website should develop into an online platform with more collaboration and interaction between researchers and other interested parties.

Better presentation

Researchers can present themselves much better on this new website. With their personal profile researchers can show themselves, which themes they are working on and the latest news and developments. New publications are added automatically. In addition, the website has a good search tool, so that people can find experts on a specific topic. Collaborations between Amsterdam UMC, VU Amsterdam and the University of Amsterdam are also becoming more transparent.

Update your profile page in Pure

Researchers affiliated to the Amsterdam Neuroscience research institute will have their own personal page on this website. The source of the information displayed is Pure, the output registry system of Amsterdam UMC, VU Amsterdam and University of Amsterdam. Soon it will also be possible to link from the personal page on the website to the extensive profile page on the Amsterdam UMC research portal, VU portal or the website of University of Amsterdam.

An up-to-date personal page provides clear visibility for you as Amsterdam Neuroscience researcher and might help others to find you. Therefore, we would like to invite you to complete this personal page via the output registry system Pure.

Questions?

For questions on your personal page on the Research website, you can contact the web team of Amsterdam UMC at research@amsterdamumc.nl. Note that an incomplete personal page on the Research website is due to an incomplete profile in Pure. You can complete this information yourself. It takes a day before you see the changes at your personal page on the Research website.

    For Pure related questions, you can contact:

    A manual for Amsterdam UMC researchers can be found on the Research Support page.
    Instructions on managing the VU Pure profile can be found on the VU website.