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Alumni

In the last 20 years, we were fortunate to work with excellent researchers in our team. Prof.dr. Van Gelder was involved in the PhD projects of all listed, dr. Rienstra was supervisor and co-promotor since 2015. Most of the alumni work as clinical cardiologists or other medical specialists in The Netherlands, and collaborate in our ongoing atrial fibrillation research.

Anne H. Hobbelt

Thesis defense expected 2018.

Thomas M. Gorter

Thesis defense expected 2018.

Ernaldo G. Marcos, MD

Thesis defense expected 2018.

Gijs E. de Maat, MD

Thesis defense expected 2018.

Rob A. Vermond, MD, PhD

Thesis: Risk factors for atrial fibrillation incidence and progression. April 18, 2016

Bart A. Mulder, MD, PhD

Thesis: Optimizing therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation and heart failure. June 15, 2015.

Anne-Margreet R. De Jong, PhD

Thesis: Differential factors promoting atrial remodeling. Januari 13, 2014.

Hessel F. Groenveld, MD, PhD

Thesis: Rate control in atrial fibrillation. November 26, 2012.

Marcelle D. Smit, MD, PhD

Thesis: Clinical and therapeutic implications of remodeling in atrial fibrillation. June 8, 2011.

Sheba Ahmed, MD, PhD

Thesis: An update on amiodarone treatment for atrial fibrillation: efficacy versus safety. October 13, 2010.

Sandra Buck, MD, PhD

Thesis: Cardiac resynchronization therapy in patients in sinus rhythm and atrial fibrillation – an update. November 4, 2009.

Eng S. Tan, MD, PhD

Thesis: Role of advanced clinical approaches in complex cardiovascular disease. December 3, 2008.

Martin E.W. Hemels, MD, PhD

Thesis: Rhythm control strategies for symptomatic atrial fibrillation. December 17, 2007.

Vincent E. Hagens, MD, PhD

Thesis: Rate control versus restoration of sinus rhythm for treatment of persistent atrial fibrillation. November 11, 2004.

Trudeke Van Noord, MD, PhD

Thesis: New strategies to improve the serial cardioversion strategy for persistent atrial fibrillation. October 6, 2004.

B.A. Schoonderwoerd, MD, PhD

Thesis: Atrial remodeling due to atrial tachycardia and heart failure: November 19, 2003.

B.J.J.M. Brundel, PhD

Thesis: Molecular adaptations in human atrial fibrillation: mechanisms of protein remodeling. November 29, 2000.

Anton E. Tuinenburg, MD, PhD

Thesis: Clinical correlates of remodeling in atrial fibrillation: a study on determinants of arrhythmia intactability. September 27, 2000.

Robert G. Tieleman, MD, PhD

Thesis: Atrial electrical remodeling from barn to bedside. Experimental and clinical studies on tachycardia-induced changes in atrial electrophysiology. November 24, 1999 (cum laude).