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 2016

The annual CARIM Symposium 2016 will take place on Wednesday November 2. This year’s Robert Reneman lecture, in honor of the institute’s founding Scientific Director, will be given by Professor Stéphane Laurent. Stephane Laurent is Professor of Pharmacology in the Paris Descartes Medical School. He works currently as the head of the Department of Clinical Pharmacology in the Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou in Paris, as the head of INSERM U 970, team 7 in the Paris Cardiovascular Research Center (PARCC). Professor Laurent’s research interests concern the arterial hypertension and cardiovascular diseases, clinical investigation and pharmacology of large arteries (arterial stiffness, central pulse pressure, carotid intima-media thickness, and endothelial dysfunction). Professor Laurent has served as President of the European Society of Hypertension (ESH), President of the ARTERY Society, and President of the French Society of Hypertension. Furthermore, he is the author of over 350 referenced articles and 20 chapters in books. Click here for the ful program or register via the following link: