Webinar on post-COVID-19 research, 4 June 16.00-17.00

Online information meeting post-COVID-19 research
4 June 16.00-17.00

Optimization of post-COVID-19 care and research and restart of non-COVID-19 research

This Thursday 4 June from 16.00-17.00 hrs, the COVID-19 Task Force and Amsterdam Infection & Immunity organizes an online information meeting on the optimization of post-COVID-19 care and research and the restart of non-COVID-19 research within Amsterdam UMC. During this information meeting Joost Wiersinga, Frans Nollet and Michèle van Vugt will tell you more on the COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 pathogenesis, the multidisciplinary post-COVID-19 outpatient clinic of Amsterdam UMC and the comprehensive rehabilitation for COVID-19 patients after ICU stay. Additionally, Mat Daemen will tell about the restart of non-COVID-19 research. The information session will be in English.

Sign up

The online information meeting will be organized in Microsoft Teams. You can participate in the online meeting by signing up via coronataskforceresearch@amsterdamumc.nl. In the course of next week, you will receive an e-mail with the Microsoft Teams-link for the event at 4 June, 16:00-17:00. Please note that, because of privacy regulations, you will only have access to this meeting with an Amsterdam UMC e-mail account. The Microsoft Teams application does not work in the CDW or View. You need to open Microsoft Teams on your own PC/laptop/mobile device. (For Mac-users: Teams works best in Google Chrome).


You can send a question in advance to coronataskforceresearch@amsterdamumc.nl. During the meeting you can ask questions through the chat. The chat function opens automatically, but can also be opened by pushing the button ‘Vraag en Antwoord’ at the top right corner of the screen. Questions and comments will be classified by the moderator and presented to the speakers. Not all questions may be answered online.

Questions on the online information meeting can be send to the COVID-19 Task Force via coronataskforceresearch@amsterdamumc.nl. Or check out the first COVID-19 research information session of 30 April here

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