Results of the Fall Round of the AMS Innovation Vall 2018

Helga Haberfehlner, (VUmc) was in the B-category granted €72.700 for the project Objective assessment of dystonia and choreoathetosis in children and adolescent with dyskinetic cerebral palsy based on machine learning.
Ruud Wellenberg (AMC) was, also in the B-category, awarded €70.000 for the project Quantitative weight-bearing CT for musculoskeletal disorders.

In the E-category, grants aimed at PhD candidates and MA-students, the following candidates and projects have been prioritized:

Robin Blom (AMC) was awarded €5.000 as a contribution to his research visit to Flinders Medical Centre (FMC), Department of Orthopedic and Trauma surgery, Adelaide, Australia for the project Three-dimensional Quantification of Operative Reduction for Posterior Malleolar Fragments in Rotational Type Ankle Fractures to Improve the Long-term Clinical Outcome;
Mareille Post (VUmc) was awarded €3.000 for the project Safety and effectiveness evaluation of pre-bended rods in patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, to visit Le Centre Médico-Chirurgical de Réadaptation (CMCR) des Massues Lyon, France;
Sabine Schootemeijer (FGB): was awarded €3.000 for the project The sensitivity to change of daily-life gait quality characteristics in older adults as a contribution to visit the Falls, Balance and Injury Research Centre at NeuroScience Research Australia (NeuRA), Sydney, Australia;
Jetske Viveen (AMC) was granted €5.000 as a contribution to her research visit to Flinders Medical Centre (FMC), Department of Orthopedic and Trauma surgery, Adelaide, Australia for the project Three-dimensional Microstructure of the Proximal Radius;
Guido Weide (FGB): was awarded €5.000 for the project Knowledge transfer from a VUmc developed 3D-ultrasound approach to measure invivo morphometry of skeletal muscle at AMC.
Note that the E-category call has been put on hold until further notice.