Hugo ten Cate
Bio: Graduated in medicine at the University of Amsterdam (1987). PhD thesis on “Clinical and experimental studies with a low molecular weight heparinoid”, University of Amsterdam (1987). Postdoctoral training at the laboratory of prof Robert D Rosenberg and dr. Kenneth A Bauer, Beth Israel Hospital and Harvard Medical School Boston on mechanisms of inflammation associated coagulation activity (1988-1990). Training internal medicine completed 1996, general internist Slotervaarthospital in conjunction with research at Academic Medical Center (laboratory of Experimental Internal medicine, prof Pieter Reitsma). Clinical Established investigatorship from the Dutch Heart Foundation 1998. 2002- present: Professor in Internal medicine, Clinical Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC), Maastricht. 2017- Adjunct-professor, Center for Thrombosis and Haemostasis (CTH), Gutenberg University Medical Center, Mainz, Germany.
Since the transfer to CARIM in 2002 I have shifted the focus from coagulation-inflammation research in sepsis models, to the broader field of cardiovascular (CV) disease. A specific focus of current research is the pleiotropic actions of coagulation proteases in atherosclerosis, atherothrombosis and ischemia reperfusion injury. Together with my wife, dr Arina ten Cate-Hoek, I developed studies in patients with venous thrombosis and post thrombotic syndrome (PTS).