8th DCVA-NLHI Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting

We are pleased to inform you that the 8th DCVA NLHI Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting will take place on Thursday 20 June and Friday 21 June 2023. We are looking forward to meeting you!

On this page you can find more information about the registration proces, the program outline and the different prizes that will be awarded during the 8th DCVA-NLHI Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting.

Program outline

Thursday, June 20

12:30 registration
13:30 opening
13:40 To be announced
16:45 NLHI fellowships competition
18:00 Start walking network dinner
21:00 end

Friday, June 21

8:00 registration
8:30 opening
8:45 Einthoven dissertation competition
12:25 LUNCH
16:15 closing session
Awarding sessions
Wiek van Gilst Award

17:30 end, drinks


Registration has not commenced at this time. More information is coming soon!

NLHI Fellowships 2024

Every year the Netherlands Heart Institute awards fellowships to young scientists, allowing them to work abroad for up to a year. The fellowship program is supported by the Foundation Friends of Cardiology (Vrienden van de Cardiologie)

During the 8th Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting of the DCVA and the Netherlands Heart Institute, three applicants will be invited to present their proposal. The awarding session will be during the closing session on Friday the 21st of June 2024.

Calls for proposals (Guidelines) are published in February of each year and have a deadline in the first week of May.

Einthoven Dissertation Prize

Initiated by the Dutch Society of Cardiology (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Cardiologie (NVVC)) and Netherlands Heart Institute, the Einthoven Dissertation Awards recognize outstanding cardiovascular dissertations.
A total of €6,000 will be awarded:

1st Prize: €3,000
2nd Prize: €2,000
3rd Prize: €1,000

🎓 Eligibility:
If you earned your Ph.D. in a cardiovascular field in the Netherlands in 2023, this is your chance to shine! Submit your dissertation and join the competition for a chance to be recognized for your groundbreaking work.

📬 Submission Details:
- Send your 2023 dissertation (preferably in PDF format).
- Craft a compelling 500-word English abstract of your dissertation.
- Provide a summary of your publications from the last five years.
- Include the Pubmed search string and PMIDs of your top 10 publications.
- Attach your updated curriculum vitae.

📧 Submission Deadline: January 31, 2024

🗣 Spread the Word:
Know someone who fits the award? Encourage them to submit their work for consideration! Let's celebrate excellence in cardiovascular research together.

🚀 How to Apply:
Email your submission to: info@heart-institute.nl.

For submission details and more information, visit 👉 https://lnkd.in/eFwiJSJ3

Call for presentations

Open call for researchers in cardiovascular health!

Exciting opportunity to present at the 8th DCVA-NLHI Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting on June 20 & 21, 2024!

Are you working on cutting-edge cardiovascular research? We want to hear from you! The 8th DCVA-NLHI Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting is set to take place this summer, and we are currently accepting presentation proposals for Friday 21st.

🚨 Deadline for submission: January 31st, 2024 🚨

Here's your chance to share your groundbreaking work with experts in the field and contribute to advancing cardiovascular health. The Program Committee will carefully review all submissions, and in early February 2024, a program will be crafted based on the quality and added value of your research.

While we strive to accommodate as many speakers as possible, please note that we cannot guarantee a speaking slot for all submissions. However, we value your contributions, and if your presentation is not selected, we are pleased to offer priority for participation in our poster sessions.

To propose your presentation, simply complete the form using the link below:

Let's make the 8th DCVA-NLHI Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting a platform for impactful discussions and collaborations! Your research could be the missing piece in our mission to advance cardiovascular health.