Researchers from Amsterdam UMC, as part of the Growing Up Together in Society (GUTS) consortium, receive 22 million euros to discover how young people can grow up successfully and contribute to the current and future society.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Amsterdam UMC have received the Gravitation Grant for the development of new methods to measure stress in daily life as well as to reduce it and thereby prevent the development of stress-related diseases.
Anxiety disorders and chronic insomnia are the two most common psychiatric conditions. A team of sleep researchers, led by professor Eus van Someren will now study these two disorders in combination.
'Proper use of home care aids'
On World Parkinson’s Day, April 11, we want to increase awareness of Parkinson’s disease and inspire young investigators to study the disease and support the quest for better treatments or a potential cure.
Queen Maxima Attends Launch of MIND US Foundation in Rotterdam.
The Dutch Heart Foundation has now awarded all Dekker grants, 5 out of 15 for ACS researchers. Dekker grants are personal research grants for talented cardiovascular researchers.
Alzheimer's patients with a larger brain volume and/or a higher level of education experience less serious consequences of their brain damage. These patients have more cognitive reserve. Ultimately, Alzheimer's patients with more cognitive reserve live longer and with more healthy years.
Lucres Nauta-Jansen is awarded 1.9 million euros to integrate neurobiological with standard psychosocial assessments in the forensic youth settings.