Friday 10 September 2021, Royal College of Physicians, London
Virtual webinair: workshop hosted by the meetings and events Team, Royal College of Physicians, London
The themes of this meeting focus on the critical areas in cardiovascular biology and translational medicine and include topics in cardiovascular biology and pathology, such as covid19 and cardiopulmonary system, and cardiac imaging. Sessions will also cover vascular malformations and remodelling, the use of organ-on-a-chip technology and advances in the understanding and treatment of pulmonary vascular diseases. With advances in the exploration of ‘big-data’ and a machine learning we are also proposing to hosting a session covering the use of artificial intelligence in medicine and heart failure and the sue of large scale analytics to improve cardiovascular health.
The workshop focuses on appealing to basic, biomedical and clinician scientists at an early stage in their careers and encouraging them to develop a long-term interest in cardiovascular biology and translational medicine. The workshop is also well attended and attracts senior clinicians, clinicians in training, scientists and established PIs and postgraduates, from across several key disciplines and research areas. The environment during the workshop encourages discussion and debate and has fostered productive interactions and led to collaborative research. We feel our workshop is unique and provides a forum to engage clinicians and scientists across a broad range of cardiovascular topics, and to attract the best and brightest young investigators.
The exciting programme for this one day event includes the international speakers Thomas Lüscher (London), Anjali Kusumbe (Oxford), Thomas Treibel (London), Alex Ainscough (London), Jerry Abu-Hanna (London), Javier Barallobre-Barreiro (London), Grazyna Kwapiszewska (Austria), Lucie Clapp (London), Daniel Grinnan (Virginia), Declan O’Regan (London), Catherine Sudlow (Edinburgh), John Danesh (Cambridge).
Webinar access instructions for this workshop will be included in your Registration confirmation. You will receive a link to connect you to the workshop.