Announcement Symposium 2020
11th REMBRANDT SYMPOSIUM 2020 Date: Friday November 20, 2020 (9.00-18.00h)
Keynote speakers: Will be announced shortly
Place: Online Zoom meeting
Program Rembrandt Symposium 2020
11th REMBRANDT SYMPOSIUM 2020 Date: Friday November 20, 2020 (9.00-18.00h) Place: Online Zoom meetingKlik below for submission form symposium (2020) :
Click here for the Program of the 11th Rembrandt Symposium 2020
Rembrandt Grant Application
In 2020 the Rembrandt Institute for Cardiovascular Science (RICS) will make one grant covering 2 PhD positions available in order to stimulate collaboration between cardiovascular researchers from the LUMC and Amsterdam UMC.Klik below for extra info :
— the heArt in Science —
The Rembrandt Institute of Cardiovascular Science: Celebrating 11 years of Arts and Science
Art is a unique piece of creation that triggers the mind for deeper thinking and understanding of life.In science, we often create spectacular images, either by microscopy or just a photograph that have a clear scientific purpose but have esthetic value too! We now give you the opportunity to turn those wonderful images into art!! We welcome every scientist who feels connected to Cardiovascular Research to submit their most elegant and profound image as part of an Art collection. Please title your image and let us know what went through your mind when viewing your piece of science art!! Contest link !!
All images will be displayed throughout the day during the RICS meeting in November. From all submissions, three images will be nominated for our special prize.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 7, 2020
The first prize winner will receive a full framed reprint of their image, publication of the image on the RICS, Amsterdam UMC and LUMC websites, and together with the other two nominated winners a display in our new HeArt in Science Gallery all year round! More information on the gallery will be presented on the day of the conference.Upload image contest form
In 2020 the Rembrandt Institute for Cardiovascular Science (RICS) will make one grant covering 2 PhD positions available in order to stimulate collaboration between cardiovascular researchers from the LUMC and AMC.
The Einthoven Laboratory for Vascular and Regenerative Medicine is the workshop of the Department of Internal Medicine of the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC).
The Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research (LACDR) is a centre of excellence for multidisciplinary research on drug discovery and development.
The AMC complex houses the university hospital and the faculty of medicine of UvA as well as the Emma Children’s Hospital, the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, the Spinoza Centre for Neuroimaging and the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development. A number of biotech companies (some of which are AMC spin-offs) are also located on the premises. This concentration of expertise makes the centre a breeding ground for fruitful scientific collaboration.