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The Amsterdam Public Health research institute stimulates state-of-the-art research that contributes to the ever growing health potential of individuals and communities across the life course. The institute concentrates its research efforts in nine research programs in which 1,700+ researchers from multidisciplinary disciplines are brought together.

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  • What connection is there between slow metabolism and ethnicity?
    What connection is there between slow metabolism and ethnicity? According to a Dutch study, people with immigrant backgrounds are more likely to develop diseases like type 2 diabetes. The various causes for differences in disease risk for ethnic groups are not well known. For example because there has been limited research in patients of non-European origin. APH Researcher and internist Professor Bert-Jan van den Born is investigating this topic.

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  • Cohorts & Registries
    Cohorts & Registries We stimulate and facilitate cohorts and registries, since longitudinal data collection provides a rich source of information which is key for public health research.
  • Implementation science
    Implementation science We are working to establish a Center of Expertise around the topic of implementation.
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    APH Quality Handbook The APH Quality Handbook promotes continuous improvement in research quality and encourages good scientific conduct throughout all phases of research.

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