Leon Schurgers leaves VitaK
On January 1 st, 2011 Dr. Leon Schurgers, former vice-president of VitaK has left the company to continue his scientific career elsewhere in the University of Maastricht. His tasks will be taken over with immediate effect by Dr. Elke Theuwissen, who has been a senior staff member of VitaK during the last 3 years. Elke received her PhD degree in human nutrition and has a broad experience in regulatory affairs. During the last years she has been supervising VitaK’s clinical trials on effects of increased vitamin K intake on circulating biochemical markers.
Wednesday, 27 March 2013
Vitamin K2 and bone health: new study demonstrates the importance of high vitamin K2 intake.
VitaK is happy to announce that on March 23, the first part of a 3-year clinical trial on vitamin K2 hasRead more...
Friday, 15 March 2013
VitaK receives grant for innovative skin project
VitaK has received an OP-ZUID grant for performance of an innovative skin project entitled: development of a toolbox for evaluation ofRead more...
Tuesday, 04 December 2012
Dr. Elke Theuwissen has been appointed as Vice-President R&D within VitaK BV
We are happy to announce that as per December 1, 2012 Dr. Elke Theuwissen has been appointed as Vice-President R&D withinRead more...
Thursday, 01 November 2012
Poor vitamin K status in kidney transplant patients
Poor vitamin K status is a well recognized risk for vascular calcification. A particular group at high risk for vascular calcification is formedRead more...
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
VitaK in the scientific press
In September 2012 a paper originating from VitaK was published in the British Journal of Nutrition. The authors address the question whether the bone-derived vitaminRead more...