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Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Maastricht

The Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Maastricht (CGRM), the yearly CARIM Symposium and irregular organised meetings and lectures are means to update the knowledge of our graduate students, our researchers and other external people with interest in the field of cardiovascular research. The Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Maastricht are weekly lectures organised for researchers and clinicians who work in the cardiovascular field. Click here for the upcoming lectures.

CARIM Scientific Symposium 2020

Wednesday 25 November 2020

This year’s CARIM Symposium will take place in a different format than usual. Unfortunately, due to the corona measures, it will not be possible to have the entire CARIM community together. But in spite of all measures, we offer you an interesting programme that can be followed online via livestream for everyone: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84239882265.

Our recent laureates will present their research and a session on diversity and inclusivity will be organised. In addition, Harry Büller, MD, PhD, will give the Robert Reneman Lecture. Finally, the poster session will be held in a different format. Nominated PhD students and/or researchers have been asked to record a short video in which they present their research. The recordings will be judged by a committee and the winners will present their research on 25 November. 

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Harry Büller, MD, PhD is a professor of Internal Medicine at the Academic Medical Center in Amsterdam. He is specialised in Vascular Medicine. Dr Büller earned his MD and PhD at the University of Amsterdam. After graduating, he completed his research fellowship in hemostasis and thrombosis in the Departments of Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada in 1981 and 1982. In 2008, he was appointed Honorary Professor of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. He authored and co-authored more than 740 scientific articles of topics in his field. He supervised 52 PhD students as a promotor. In December 2019 he retired.

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