Scientific topics selected

The programme committee of the congres has selected the topics for the scientific subsessions of the 3rd Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting:

  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Heart Failure
  • Cardiomyopathies
  • Arrythmia
  • Machine learning, big data
  • Microvascular disease
  • Lifestyle and prevention
  • Inflammation
  • Sex differences
  • Imaging
  • Non-coding RNA

Over the next weeks we will start publishing the names of chairs and speakers as well as detailed programmes for the subsessions.

Second key note lecture confirmed

We are proud to announce that Barbara Casadei has accepted our invitation to give a key note lecture during the 3rd Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting.

Prof. Casadei is not only president of the European Society of Cardiology but also Cardiovascular Theme Leader at the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre and Myocardial Theme Leader at Oxford BHF Centre of Excellence.

The provisional title of her lecture is “Fortune sides with those who dare”.

First key note lecture confirmed!

We have already confirmed the first key note lecture for the 3rd Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting: Profesor Roger Foo of the National University Heart Centre and Cardiovascular Research Institute of the National University of Singapore.

His recent publications include single cardiomyocyte RNA-seq as well as one of the early papers profiling circRNAs in the human heart.

We are proud to have Roger Foo as a key note lecturer.

Evaluation 2018

We have published the evaluation of the 2nd Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting. Main conclusions: scientific subsessions are more appreciated than plenary sessions, we need to create more opportunities for networking and the location (right next to the main railway station of the Netherlands) is great.

The future belongs to the young

In it’s meeting of 26 September 2018, the board of the Netherlands Heart Institute decided on the theme of the 3rd Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting: “The future belongs to the young”.

The meeting offers many opportunities for young people: the Einthoven Dissertation Prize, Fellowships, Poster Prizes, etc. The theme “The future belongs to the young”, therefore, seems an obvious choice.