With the registration closed, keynotes in place and postersessions about to explode, we are ready for two days loaded with interesting presentations, almost 100 speakers, more than 350 colleagues and stakeholders from the field, awarding prizes and festivities.
We are proud to present our keynotes:
Cardiovascular disease and obesity: new developments in diagnostics and treatment – Prof. Liesbeth van Rossum (ErasmusMC)
Cardio-oncology in the Netherlands: past-present-future – Prof. Peter van der Meer (UMCG)
Cardiovascular disease and cognitive decline: an inner dialogue between heart and mind – dr. Frank Wolters (ErasmusMC, Heart-Brain Connection HBCx)
Synthetic biology in cardiovascular research – Prof. Daniël Pijnappels (LUMC)
We were overwhelmed by the amount of applicants for the Poster Call. No less than 54 researchers joined the competition. We thank all of them for joining and putting in their effort.
The Poster Selection Committee has worked hard to judge all abstracts and made a preselection of 10 candidates:
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The prelude to the 6th NLHI-DCVA Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting in Utrecht is hosted by Young@Heart.
Y@H has organised an exclusive pre-meeting event consisting of multiple workshops which teach you how to spend your time wisely.
Struggling with making the most of your time? Make sure to open time in your schedule for one of these workshops. You’ll become a more efficient and better balanced scientist. During this event you get to meet your peers and get a networking jump-start for the NLHI-DCVA meeting.
“It’s really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time”
– Steve Jobs
The NLHI endorses talent by providing a grant for talented researchers with the possibility to work at a foreign, internationally recognized institute for up to a year. The idea behind the fellowships is for young people to both develop themselves and to bring skills and knowledge back to Dutch hospitals. The fellowship program is supported by the Foundation Friends of Cardiology (Vrienden van de Cardiologie).
Continue reading “Candidates for NLHI Fellowships 2022”
We are fully booked on Friday. There are only a handful spots left on Thursday: don’t miss out and book one of the final spots now!
Continue reading “Friday is full, Thursday spots available!”
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THE POSTER CALL IS CLOSED.
At the 6th Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting (23-24 June), young researchers will have the opportunity to present and discuss their most exciting and recent data with key leaders in cardiovascular research. The best presentations will be awarded poster prizes (€300, €200 and €100).
Interested? Please submit your abstract (no more than 300 words) by June 3rd, 2022. Abstract submissions need to be accompanied by a commitment that you will be there to present your poster (A0 size, onsite) during the meeting. All applicants will have the opportunity to show their posters.
Abstracts will be selected by their quality before June 10th, 2022. A maximum of 10 candidates will be invited to present their work as a moderated poster session during lunch on Friday 24th of June (12:30-13:30), and three winners will be chosen and honored during the closing session.
We look forward to receiving your work!
We are proud to announce that the scientific program on Friday is acknowledged by Netherlands Society Of Cardiology (NVVC). Cardiologists will receive 8 accreditation points for joining our program on Friday June 24. Application for these accreditation points can be done during the registration process.
For your convenience, we have made special price arrangements with two hotels within walking distance of the congress venue. A few days after registering yourself for the congres, you will receive an e-mail with additional information and you will be able to book a hotelroom straight away.
Registration for the 6th NLHI-DCVA Translational Cardiovascular Research Meeting is now open. Prepare for two days loaded with interesting presentations, almost 100 speakers, about 300 colleagues and stakeholders from the field, awarding prizes and festivities.