With many world-leading experts already confirmed in the scientific programme, EAS 2018 Lisbon (5-8 May) is the place to come for a bench-to-bedside overview of the latest current research in the field. Be inspired by the award-winning Anitschkow Lecture, by outstanding Keynote lectures, by state-of-the-art Plenary sessions, and focussed Workshops and Advanced Clinical Seminars. EAS
Jan Schnitzler, poster presentation Renate Hoogeveen, scientific talk Simone Verweij, poster presentation Simone Verweij, electronic poster presentation
The first informal young REPROGRAM researcher meeting was held at the European Atherosclerosis Society in Prague. REPROGRAM provides an excellent environment for early stage researchers as it brings together senior researchers from different fields of expertise such as cardiovascular diseases, immunology and rheumatology, covering the spectrum of fundamental and clinical studies. Furthermore, life sciences companies are
After a successful 1st REPROGRAM project year and most scientific work currently underway, an INFORMAL MEET-UP will be organized for all “YOUNG” REPROGRAM researchers at the 85th European Atherosclerosis Society congress held in Prague, Czech Republic (23-26 April, 2017). In REPROGRAM, 9 academic groups are involved that embed over 10 Postdoctoral researchers and 12 PhD students, all dedicated to the development of
On January 30, 2017, the 2nd Governing Council meeting took place in Munich. This meeting was convened by the Work package 2 leader (Esther Lutgens, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) and hosted at the Hilton Conference center nearby Munich Airport. The consortium members widely discussed the detailed project activities and workplan (Work-Packages and Tasks) and the main objectives of the
On January 30, 2017, the 2nd REPROGRAM Governing Council meeting is organized in Munich, Germany. All consortium partners are invited. Beside progress presentations of each work package leader, networking and training activities are scheduled.
On February 1 2016, the project members of REPROGRAM gathered at Schiphol Amsterdam airport for the official Kick-off meeting. After an inspiring introduction by the Prof. Dr. Erik Stroes (Project Coordinator) a crash course in Epigenetic Reprogramming was provided by Siroon Bekkering (Postdoctoral Researcher, AMC). With this encouraging launch in our minds, presentations per work