Maarten van den Berg is full professor of cardiology at the University of Groningen. Since 1992 he worked as a cardiologist in the University Medical Center Groningen, first in general cardiology and as director of the residency program cardiology. Later he focused on cardiogenetics. He was one of the founders of cardiogenetics in the Netherlands and he has a broad experience in related patient care and research. He is interested in cardiomyopathies, including non-hereditary forms, e.g. amyloidosis. Gene-environment interactions and genotype-phenotype relations are among his research topics. He is also an expert in connective tissues diseases, including Marfan’s syndrome.
PHOspholamban RElated CArdiomyopathy STudy
Investigating and treating phospholamban cardiomyopathy