The 5th DCVA Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting

The program and registation form can be found here

Netherlands Heart Institute Fellowships

The Fellowships give promising young researchers from the Netherlands the opportunity to work abroad for up to one year. You can join an international top quality academic centre anywhere in the world to gather skills or knowledge that can be applied in a Dutch academic centre. Young talents can apply for up to €45.000 to work abroad for up to 1 year. Up to 3 candidates of sufficient quality will be invited to present their application during the 5th DCVA Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting on Thursday June 24. 

You can send your application to no later than 7 May 2021

Former Fellows

The Netherlands Heart Institute (and ICIN before that) has awarded Fellowships to:

2020 Jason Voorneveld (EMC) Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Noorwegen)
  Laurens Bosman (UMCU) Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, USA)
2019 Arend van Deutekom (EMC) University of Oxford (Oxford, UK)
  Elise Kessler (UMCU) Charite Universitatsmedizin (Berlijn, Duitsland)
2018 Wouter Meijers (UMCG) Vanderbilt University Medical Center(Nashville, USA)
  Ayla Hoogendoorn (EMC) South Australian Health and Medical Research lnstitute (North Terrace, Australie)
2017 Pieter Jan Dierickx (Hubrecht Institute) Penn Institute for Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism (Philadelphia, USA)
  Sandra van Wijk (MUMC+) Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute (Chicago, USA)
2016 Fleur Tjong (AMC) Mount Sinai (New York City, USA)
  Guus de Waard (VUMC) Imperial College (London, UK)
2015 Marc Strik (MUMC+) Hôpital cardiologique Haut Lévêque (Bordeaux à Pessac, France)
  Annelieke van Riel (AMC) Boston Children’s Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston, USA)
  Laura Meems (UMCG) Mayo Clinic and the Cardiorenal Research Laboratory (Rochester, USA)


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