Prof. dr. Jur ten Berg

Maastricht, The Netherlands


St. Antonius Hospital, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands and Cardiovascular Research Institute Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Professor  Jur ten Berg is the head of the St Antonius Center for Platelet Function Studies, at the St Antonius Hospital, the Netherlands. He is also a professor in “Antithrombotic therapy in cardiac catheter interventions” at the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands. 

Dr ten Berg received his medical degree from the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands before taking up a residency in cardiology at St Antonius Hospital. He did his PhD at the University of Nijmegen on Oral Anticoagulation in Percutanous Coronary Intervention (promotor Prof Verheugt). He read for Master of Science in Health Economics at the London School of Economics, the UK. His areas of expertise are acute coronary syndrome, antithrombotic treatment and interventional cardiology especially structural heart disease.

He has published around 500 peer-reviewed publications (Pubmed).

He is actively involved in research projects in the fields of antiplatelet therapy, PCI, TAVI, anticoagulation, stent thrombosis, pharmacogenetics, pre-hospital triage of patients with non-ST-elevation ACS and long-term follow up of aortic valve surgery. He is the PI of several trials amongst them the WOEST, POPular, POPular genetics, POPular TAVI, POPular CABG, POPular Age, POPular TAVI PAUSE.