The Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Maastricht (CGRM), the yearly CARIM Symposium and irregular organized 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.

Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Maastricht (CGRM)

In 2009, a new and very successful initiative was started, the so called Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Maastricht. With weekly lectures organized for researchers and clinicians who work in the cardiovascular field.
Click here for the program of the upcoming lectures of the Cardiovascular Grand Rounds 2017.

 

CARIM Symposium 2017

CARIM’s 2017 Scientific Symposium will be held on Wednesday 29 November 2017. Our current symposium focus will be on networks; from electrical networks in the heart and data networks to unravel systems to fundamental-clinical, public-private, and international networks in research organisation to optimally engage in multidisciplinary cardiovascular sciences. A substantial part of the programme will be dedicated to our poster session, in which scientists of CARIM will present their recent research findings.

This year’s traditional Robert Reneman lecture in honour of the institute’s founding Director will be given by Professor John Griffin, Professor of Molecular Medicine at The Scripps Research Institute.

The location of the symposium will be the Minderbroedersberg followed by a festive evening at Thiessen.

Click here for the program and here for the registration form.