19982022

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Research interests

Since 2019, Prof. Chamuleau is head of the department of Cardiology at the Amsterdam University Medical Centers, the Netherlands. His specific interest is in cardiac regenerative therapy, valvular disease and cardiac imaging. He combines state-of-the-art cardiac care with promising experimental techniques and tries to implement new strategies and techniques in the pre-clinical as well as the clinical phase. He finished medical school in Amsterdam and subsequently received his PhD degree cum laude in 2001 on intracoronary derived physiological parameters for clinical decision making at the Academic Medical Center (AMC) in Amsterdam under supervision of Prof. Jan Piek and Prof. Jan Tijssen. After his PhD he started his residency at the AMC Amsterdam, where he also did his fellowship training in cardiology and cardiac imaging. After a year in Louisville, KY, USA in the lab of the renowned Prof. Bolli, focusing on cardiac stem cell treatment, he received a position as a staff cardiologist at the UMC Utrecht (2008-2019) were he became deputy head of the department, and supervisor for the specialisation Cardiology. His research group focused on translational cardiology. To increase transparancy in research, he initiated www.preclinicaltrials.eu. Furhtermore, he is co-founder of UMCU spin-off company CART-Tech BV, that provides technical solutions based on imaging for advanced navigation in the heart (www.cart-tech.com). He has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers (H-index 35) and is an active member in the Dutch and European Society of Cardiology (eg. nucleus member of working group CARE), and scientific advisory board of the Dutch Heart Foundation, and the International Society of Cardiovascular Translational Research (ISCTR). He was (co-)PI in several large international research consortia and clinical trials, primarily focused on stem cell treatment, and valvular disease. He manages a large group of PhD Students, and in 2016 he became Professor of Cardiology at UMC Utrecht, and since 2020 at Amsterdam UMC.

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