For Amsterdam Cardiovascular Sciences, problems in patient care are the motivation to perform novel translational research that give rise to a cycle of research from ‘bedside to bench and back’. To span the wide field of cardiovascular diseases, the research is divided into five Research Programs each encompassing clinical and basic research. Our strategy enables us to move from the patient to experimental designs in the laboratory, and to subsequently test novel treatment strategies in selected patient groups. Click on the Research Programs listed below for more information.
The Board of the Amsterdam UMC kindly requests to use these affiliation addresses in the process of submitting/publishing your paper (click here for more information):
Amsterdam UMC, Univ(ersity) of Amsterdam, department(s), research institute(s)
Meibergdreef 9, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Prof. Ton G. van Leeuwen, Amsterdam UMC, Univ of Amsterdam, Biomedical Engineering and Physics, Amsterdam Cardiovascular Sciences, Cancer Center Amsterdam, Meibergdreef 9, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Amsterdam UMC, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, department(s), research institute(s)
de Boelelaan 1117, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Prof. J. van der Velden, Amsterdam UMC, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Physiology, Amsterdam Cardiovascular Sciences, De Boelelaan 1117, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Board of Directors of Amsterdam UMC has asked ACS (and Amsterdam Neurosciences) to do a pilot on checking the scientific value of research protocols before they will go to the METC in Amsterdam UMC location AMC or VUmc.
Researchers who want to get permission of the METC to perform research with patients need to apply at CWO first. You have to fill out a project form and send it together with the C1-protocol to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submitted protocols will be evaluated immediately (using this evaluation form), and the board aims to respond within a .
Click here for more information: letter ACS directors about CWO pilot [in Dutch].
Amsterdam UMC Research support
As an anthology of entities, Amsterdam UMC Research support offers practical support and resources to the Amsterdam UMC research community. Dedicated teams provide services in areas across all phases of the research process, such as:
* Grant support
* Core facilities
* Methodological and statistical support
* Data management
* Clinical research support
* Valorization and publishing
Click here to visit the Amsterdam UMC Research Support website.