13 search results for “cardiovascular disease” in the Public website
Stress-induced modulation of the innate immune system in cardiovascular disease
Promotor: Prof.dr. J. Kuiper
Mast cells as immune regulators in atherosclerosis
Cardiovascular syndromes are the major cause of death in Western societies.
Novel Immune Cell-Based Therapies for Atherosclerosis
Promotor: Prof.dr. J. Kuiper, Co-Promotor: S.C.A. de Jager
Circulating cells as biomarkers in cardiovascular disease : the difference between men and women
Promotor: J. Kuiper
Innate immune modulation in atherosclerosis and vascular
Promotores: Prof.dr. J. Kuiper, Prof.dr. P.H.A. Quax
The interplay between lipids and the immune system in atherosclerosis
Cardiovascular diseases are among the most frequent causes of death in the world. The main underlying pathology of cardiovascular diseases is the development of atherosclerosis in the medium and large-sized arteries.
Dyslipidemia, metabolism and autophagy: antigen-independent modulation of T cells in atherosclerosis
Atherosclerosis is the main underlying pathology of cardiovascular disease. Atherosclerosis is caused by an immune response which is directed against (modified) lipoproteins which accumulate in the vessel wall.
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Macrophage activation and cholesterol accumulation in atherosclerosis development
Promotores: Prof. Dr. Th.J.C. van Berkel, Prof. Dr. M. van Eck
Miranda van Eck inaugural lecture: detergent tablets for clean, fat-free blood vessels
In her inaugural lecture on 11 September, Miranda van Eck, Professor of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Therapeutics, addressed her research related to developing medications to keep our blood vessels clean.
First patients start earning discounts with healthy living
Heart patients who maintain a healthy lifestyle can start earning discounts at shops or for trips out. The Tergooi Hospital is the first in the Netherlands to introduce this unique method that was co-developed by the research group headed by Professor of Health Psychology Andrea Evers and the Leiden
This Week’s Discoveries | 8 March 2016