VCI Research Utrecht

Utrecht Vascular Cognitive Impairment Research Group

Welcome to the website of the Vascular Cognitive Impairment research group of the UMC Utrecht. 

Here you will find information about our research group, and information and updates regarding our research projects.

For patient information on vascular dementia visit the UMC website (in Dutch).

UMC Utrecht patient care

For information on patient care, please visit the University Medical Center Utrecht website

UMC Utrecht Brain Center

UMC Utrecht Brain Center strives to perform high-level research in clinical and experimental neuroscience

About VCI research

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News

PhD defence Rutger Heinen 19 december 2019

PhD defence Rutger Heinen 19 december 2019

On Thursday December 19th 2019 PhD candidate Rutger Heinen will defend his thesis titled: Effects of cerebral small vessel disease...

Chloe Verhagen presents results of the CAROLINA cognition study at EASD in Barcelona

Chloe Verhagen presents results of the CAROLINA cognition study at EASD in Barcelona

Linagliptin EASD-19 CAROLINA Cognition Poster_final

Video: Yael Reijmer provides new insights on the brain network in dementia

Video: Yael Reijmer provides new insights on the brain network in dementia

Dr. Yael Reijmer’s  research focuses on the role of the brain network in the development of dementia. With advanced MRI techniques...

Rudolf Magnus Young Talent Fellowship for Matthijs Biesbroek

Congratulations to Dr. Matthijs Biesbroek, postdoctoral researcher in our VCI research group, who has been granted a Rudolf Magnus Young Talent...

Bruno Robalo wins Young Investigator Award at VasCog 2018

Bruno Robalo wins Young Investigator Award at VasCog 2018

Congratulations to Bruno Robalo, who won the Young Investigator Award at the VasCog 2018 conference in Hong Kong! He presented...

VasCog conference Hong Kong 2018

VasCog conference Hong Kong 2018

From 14 to 17 November 2018, a large delegation of VCI researchers travelled from Utrecht to Hong Kong to attend...