19th International Vascular Biology Meeting

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The IVBM is widely recognized as a showcase for cutting edge basic and translational research in vascular biology. IVBM provides a unique forum where the international community can unite and exchange information on the most recent advancements in the field, discuss new directions and guide the next generation of scientists in vascular medicine.

The meeting will cover a broad spectrum of areas in contemporary vascular biology research, with the goal of bridging and cross-fertilizing disparate branches of the field. The broad themes include Diseases, Cells and Vascular Beds, Cellular Processes, and Emerging Topics. Specific sessions are dedicated to endocardium, heart valves, microcirculation, liver, kidney, eye, brain and lung; a wide spectrum of vascular diseases, including: atherosclerosis, peripheral vascular disease, neurovascular disease, pulmonary hypertension, vascular malformations, cancer, obesity/diabetes and thrombosis; drug discovery, imaging, tissue engineering, transcription and epigenetics, complexity and computational modeling, and new technologies. The meeting will serve as an integrative hub, featuring internationally renowned speakers with such diverse backgrounds as molecular biology, cell biology, mouse genetics, translational and clinical research, pharmacology, engineering, mathematics and physics. The conference will also feature short abstract talks, offer career development strategies for young investigators, and provide opportunities for trainees to interact with more established investigators.

Vascular biology has evolved into a major cross-disciplinary field of study with impact on many, if not most, major diseases. IVBM 2016 recognizes the importance of a comprehensive approach to the vasculature and endeavors to leverage the synergistic strengths of the international vascular biology community to advance human health.

Early registration ends August 15
Abstracts due July 26

Booking: http://atnd.it/48582-1
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Degreed (non-member/early)): USD 550
Degreed (non-member/late): USD 700
Degreed (member/early): USD 400
Degreed (member/late): USD 550
Student (non-member/early): USD 375
Student (non-member/late): USD 475
Student (member/early): USD 275
Student (member/late): USD 375
Gala Event (with a registration): USD 75
Onsite fee (add to late price): USD 50

Speakers: Ralf Adams, Elena Aikawa, Masanori Aikawa, Brian Annex, Hellmut Augustin, Andrew Baker, Victoria Bautch, Katie Bentley, Gabriele Bergers, Christer Betsholtz, Joyce Bischoff, Tatiana Byzova, Peter Carmeliet, Hong Chen, William Chilian, Lena Claesson-Welsh, Elisabetta Dejana, Anna Dimberg, Toren Finkel, Ingrid Fleming, Holger Gerhardt, Cecilia Giachelli, Jaime Grutzendler, David Gutterman, David G. Harrison, Karen K. Hirschi, Timothy Hla, Christopher Hughes, Costantino Iadecola, Donald Ingber, Luisa Iruela-Arispe, Farouc Jaffer, Mukesh Jain, Anne Joutel, Mark Kahn, Hyo-Soo Kim, Jan Kitajewski, Gou Young Koh, Paul Kubes, Young-Guen Kwon, Richard Lang, Eicke Latz, Klaus Ley, Xuri Li, Peter Libby, Jose Lopez, Calum MacRae, Asrar Malik, Ziad Mallat, Douglas Marchuk, Philip Marsden, Kathleen Martin, Tanya N. Mayadas, Evangelos Michelakis, Mark Miller, Grietje Molema, Ryuichi Morishita, Matthias Nahrendorf, Mark Nelson, Sussan Nourshargh, Guillermo Oliver, Gary Owens, Janos Peti-Peterdi, Susan Quaggin, Shahin Rafii, Anna Randi, Kristy Red-Horse, Erzs├ębet Regan, Paul Ridker, Masataka Sata, Ann Marie Schmidt, Eric Schmidt, Martin Schwartz, Vijay Shah, Kurt Stenmark, Melody Swartz, Ira Tabas, Nobuyuki Takakura, Dietmar Vestweber, Miikka Vikkula, Denisa Wagner, Kenneth Walsh, Ying Zheng, Ann Zovein

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Date Sun 30th October 2016

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