€ 750.000 ZonMw funding for the REAL-HEARING project: Real life measurement of the influence of hearing loss and listening effort on stress systems
Cees Hertogh, program leader of Aging & Later Life, has received grant of 7.7 million euros by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.
Programmasubsidie van 7,7 miljoen euro voor beter gebruik van zorggegevens door en voor specialisten ouderengeneeskunde
Amsterdam UMC departments of Public Health, Medical Informatics and Nephrology awarded with a 465000 Euro grant by the Dutch Kidney Foundation
Lifestyle medicine deserves a prominent position in medical research and policy. Publication collection: “Scientific evidence lifestyle medicine”.
Large 96 month consortium grant received: Zonmw GGZ longterm cohort studies on early recognition and treatment of psychiatric disorders
Great atmosphere at successful 4th Annual Meeting of the Amsterdam Public Health research institute!
Netherlands Autism Register (NAR) of the Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam obtains ZonMw-NWO grant of 1,5 million euro
Dr. Linda Dusseljee- Peute has been appointed chair of the Human Factors Engineering for Healthcare Informatics WG of the International Medical Informatics Association
APH researcher Vincent Blijleven wins the BAZIS prize for research in the fields of Medical Informatics and Public Health at a Dutch University
NWO scholarship for research on nursing competencies needed to increase access to dementia care for Turkish and Moroccan migrants
The City of Amsterdam wins the City European Health Award 2019 with its Amsterdam Healthy Weight Programme
APH researcher Karien Stronks: “We think that the disadvantaged neighborhoods need more investments”
APH researcher Paul Kuijer received the prestigious Anna-Award at the yearly conference of the Netherlands Orthopaedic Association (Nederlandse Orthopaedische Vereniging)
Daniëlle Timmermans honoured with the Maria-Sibylla-Merian-Fellowship of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR)
APH researcher Hanne van Ballegooijen: Vitamin D supplementation is less advantageous as previously believed