Inspired by motion
To live is to move, and to do so freely and to the best of one’s ability. AMS researchers aim to apply fundamental knowledge of human movement to enhance physical performance and well-being, addressing both illness and health. More than 600 scientists affiliated with AMS translate societal issues into research questions and translate research results into practical solutions, with the goal of getting people to move better, move longer and move again.
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Skeletal Muscle: from patient to cell
Congress & symposium All interested parties are welcome to join this meeting on Skeletal Muscle.
AMS pitching workshop
Course & workshop Join the pitching workshop to increase your chances at winning one of the coveted 'AMS best poster' awards.
Congress & symposium JOIN HELPATHON #10: Animal-free innovation education. Festive 10th edition. Can you help Jolanda and Elza in designing and implementing an excellent educational program for PhD students on animal-free transitions?