Scientific Chairs Christoph Binder (Medical University of Vienna), Ziad Mallat (University of Cambridge) & Eicke Latz (University of Bonn) are coming together once again to host the 3rd Immuno-Metabolic Mechanisms of Atherosclerosis Conference. The meeting will be taking place in person from 01-04 May 2022 at the Fiesta Americana Tulkal Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Building on the success of the previous meetings, the main goal of this meeting is to provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of current research on atherosclerosis with a focus on the latest and most exciting developments in the immuno-metabolic mechanisms that govern disease initiation and progression. There is little doubt that the next most exciting therapy to combat cardiovascular disease will be based on targeting biological pathways that will have been discussed during this conference.
Seven sessions are planned and will highlight the following major research areas:
Find out more and register your interest here: https://www.fusion-conferences.com/conference/131
The deadlines for submitting a talk or a poster are as follows:
We are delighted to announce that the chronic total occlusion meeting, held in Leicester for the past 17 year is again being held as a free face to face event on Monday 23rd May 2022, at the Leicester Marriott.
Dr Andrew Ladwiniec consultant cardiologist at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester would like to invite you to join him and an esteemed faculty at CTO 2022. The programme aims to de-mystifying CTO PCI techniques and practice, whilst providing helpful hints and tips. There will be a mix of live cases, lectures and discussions on how to set-up, grow and improve CTO PCI service. This meeting will provide an instructive and relevant introduction to CTO PCI for AHPS and our future CTO operators.
Programme here: https://bit.ly/CTO2022_Programme
Registration here: https://bit.ly/CTO2022_Registration
The Hatter Cardiovascular Institute, UCL, is holding these meetings, twice in the coming year, targeting SpR’s in the fields of Cardiovascular, Renal, Endocrine medicine, and Primary Care. SpR’s from across the UK will be encouraged to submit case studies which they feel are interesting, challenging, and relevant to the 3 specialties which will then be assessed by a joint panel of Consultants and SpR’s who will select those for presentation at the meeting. The goal is to stimulate discussion and problem-solving within multi-disciplinary working.
The first meeting of 2022 will be held on Friday the 17th June from 11:00–14:00 at The Hatter Cardiovascular Institute, UCL with a virtual option also available (see attached flyer). In addition to registering for the meeting, attendees are invited to submit a Case Report relating to their interests and in which they have found themselves slightly out of their comfort zone. We intend to select 5-6 of the most interesting case reports for discussion on the day. Please note submitting a case report is not mandatory but encouraged. The top case report will be published in The British Journal of Cardiology.
Friday 7th October 2022 09.30 – 17.15 BST
We hope you will join us for our popular 17th Annual Scientific Meeting which we are delighted is able to return to a face-to-face meeting in London this year.
The meeting will promote and share academic interest across the cardiorenal spectrum of disease taking in new targets, treatments and technologies in diabetes, heart failure, kidney transplantation, and chronic kidney disease.
State-of-the-art presentations with interactive discussion and case-based learning will be offered, with time to network in the breaks and visit our exhibition. After two years of holding virtual meetings we are looking forward to seeing everyone in person.
Places for healthcare professionals are limited and will go fast! We will be offering subsidised registration fees for the day. Please register your interest below if you are interested in attending. Feedback from past delegates show they highly recommend it.
Our meetings are aimed at healthcare professionals and are aimed at anyone treating the cardiorenal patient particularly those working in heart failure, cardiology, nephrology, diabetes, lipids, endocrinology, care of the elderly, general medicine, general practice, clinical pharmacy and allied disciplines.