News & Events

ESC Congress 2022

The ESC Congress 2022 will take place in Barcelona, Spain, from 26th to 29th August 2022. The TIMELY-Team will be presenting an abstract. For further information visit the ESC's website: https://www.escardio.org/Congresses-&-Events/ESC-Congress

EAPM Conference Vienna 2022

On Friday, 20th June 2022 Dr. Willem Kop will present an abstract called "Patient-Centered Lifestyle Intervention Using Artificial Intelligence Methodologies: The TIMELY Project for Cardiac Rehabilitation" at the conference of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine in Vienna. Find more information on the congress' website: https://www.eapm2022.com/

90th European Atherosclerosis Society Congress

The TIMELY-Project will be presented at the 90th EAS Congress in Milan from 22th to 25th May 2022. Find more information on the EAS' website: https://eas-congress.com/2022/

88th annual meeting of the German Cardiac Society

We are proud to announce that our abstract "AI-powered Lifestyle Intervention for Patient-Centered Cardiac Rehabilitation – the TIMELY Approach" has been accepted as a talk during the 88th annual meeting of the German Cardiac Society. The talk will take place on April 21st 2022 as part of the session "Translational Cardiology - from bench to bedside". For further information visit the DGK's website: https://jt2022.dgk.org/

31. Rehabilitationswissenschaftliches Kolloquium

With a talk on the future of eHealth applications ("Zukünftige Entwicklung von eHealth-Anwendungen – Chancen und Risiken"), the TIMELY project will be represented at the 31st Colloquium of Rehabilitation Sciences by the German Congress of Rehabilitation Research from March 7th to 9th 2022 in Muenster.

European Commission awards Horizon 2020 TIMELY project

12.2.2021 The research proposal TIMELY has been approved by the European Commission (EC) within the framework of a Horizon 2020 application. Research will be conducted on patient-centered early risk prediction, prevention, and intervention platform, to support heart disease reduction in the continuum of care in coronary artery disease (CAD). The project uses eHealth and artificial intelligence.

The TIMELY project involves a large group of research partners across Europe. The entire project amounts to € 5.74 million.



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