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Our next members' 1-day event featuring talks from Cambridge Cardiovascular researchers, poster competition and an invited external speaker will be held at the Moller Centre on 20 April 2023.

Draft Programme

The day will begin at 9:15am and finish with drinks and networking at around 5.30pm.

Confirmed speakers are listed below.

Population and  Data  Science

 
Genevieve Cezard The impact of vaccination on the association of Covid-19 diagnosis with vascular events
Carles Foguet Genetically personalised organ-specific metabolic models:  A new tool to characterise how genetic variants condition metabolic phenotypes

Functional Genomics

 
Nicole Soranzo

Endothelial cell and other large-scale single cell RNA analyses

Bernard Cho Association of Vascular Risk Factors and Genetic Factors with Penetrance of Variants Causing Monogenic Stroke

Cardiovascular Medicine

 
Emma Yu Mitochondrial regulation of atherosclerosis
Semih Baryaktar High resolution single cell analysis of the developing human heart and the great vessels

Meritxell Nus

Marginal Zone B cell - T follicular helper cell interactions protect from atherosclerosis

Cardiometabolic Medicine

 
Toni Vidal Puig title tbc
Roger Foo title tbc
Albert Koulman title tbc
Ana Vujic title tbc

Translation

 

Rouchelle Sriranjan

title tbc
Robin Brown Inflammation in stroke and vascular dementia; The Minerva trial
Andrej Corovic title tbc

Distinguished Lecture

 

Prof Borja Ibanez, National Centre for Cardiovascular Research, Madrid

Mitochondria-targeted therapies for anthracycline cardiotoxcity

Call for Posters

We are now calling for abstracts for posters. The call is open to all cardiovascular researchers in Cambridge and we are especially keen to showcase research done by PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. There is a prize for the best poster.
Please download the form below and submit to webmaster@cardiovascular.cam.ac.uk by 1 February 2023

 

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