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Newcastle Cardiovascular Development Meeting 2016

The Official Meeting of the ESC Working Group on Development Anatomy and Pathology

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The 2016 edition of the Cardiovascular Development Meeting  will be held at Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, from 15 November 13:00 to 17 November 15:00 hours.

Each session will be started with a 25 minute introductory presentation by a leader in the field, followed by short presentations of 15 minutes.
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Summary

The 2016 edition of the Cardiovascular Development Meeting  will be held at Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, from 15 November 13:00 to 17 November 15:00 hours.

Each session will be started with a 25 minute introductory presentation by a leader in the field, followed by short presentations of 15 minutes.

The goal of this annual meeting is to provide a highly interactive forum for researchers in the field of cardiovascular development, anatomy and pathology in Europe.

Abstract submissions

Abstract submission is now closed

All abstract submitters will offer the opportunity to present their work during platform sessions or poster presentations.

Programme

Tuesday 15 November

International Center for Life & Institute of Genetic Medicine
Times Square - Newcastle upon Tyne - NE1 4EP

Development, anatomy and pathology of the cardiac outflow tracts

Robert Kelly (Marseille), Robert Anderson (Newcastle), Vi Tran (London)

Reception at Gunther von Hagens Animal Inside Out Exhibition

Gunther von Hagens ANIMAL INSIDE OUT Exhibition will be brought to you by the ESC Working Group on Development, Anatomy & Pathology during the Meeting Reception at the Centre for Life.

The exhibition aims to illustrate the complexity of animal physiology, exploring the inner workings of animals and the systems that allow them to live, thrive and survive. You’ll see the nervous, muscular, circulatory, respiratory, digestive and reproductive systems and be able to compare and contrast them to the human equivalent. ANIMAL INSIDE OUT also shows how different animals have evolved both in their anatomy and their organ function to their natural habitats such as the elephant's trunk or the giraffe's long neck.

ANIMAL INSIDE OUT was made possible through cooperation with zoos and various university veterinary programmes. No animal was killed or harmed for this exhibition.

Wednesday 16 November

Great North Museum: Hancock
Barras Bridge - Newcastle upon Tyne - NE2 4PT

Cardiac progenitors and transcriptional regulation

Antonio Baldini (Naples)

Endothelium, endocardium and flow

Shane Herbert (Manchester)

Coronary vessels and epicardium

Sarah Ivins (London)

Valves

Stefan Zaffran (Marseille)

Plenary Lecture: “Towards clinical application of pronuclear transfer to prevent mitochondrial DNA disease: the 3 parent baby solution”

Prof Mary Herbert (Newcastle University)

Thursday 17 November

Great North Museum: Hancock
Barras Bridge - Newcastle upon Tyne - NE2 4PT

Conduction system

Thomas Brand (London)

Genetics of congenital heart disease

David Brook (Nottingham)

Cardiovascular regeneration

Mathilda Mommersteeg (Oxford)

Registration

Registration includes two and a half day Meeting, lunches, coffee breaks, and one evening reception!

Fee categories Price
Standard Fee
Early – Until 31 August 2016
Late – From 1 September to 15 November 2016

330 Euros
380 Euros
Student Fee
Early – Until 31 August 2016
Late – From 1 September to 15 November 2016

230 Euros
280 Euros 
Working Group members Fee
– Until 17 November 2016

230 Euros 
Nucleus members fee
– Until 17 November 2016

150 Euros
Onsite Fee
– From 15 to 17 November

400 Euros  

 

Register now

Travel

To facilitate easy connections into Newcastle, the meeting starts at 1pm on Tuesday 15th November and ends at 3pm on Thursday 17th November.

Amsterdam and London are both excellent connecting hubs with regular flights to and from Newcastle airport.

Train and national express bus are located immediately beside the conference

Accomodation

Recommended (budget) hotels:

Premier Inn Newcastle City Centre (The Gate) 95 Newgate Street, NE1 5RF

Holiday Inn Express Newcastle City Centre, Waterloo Square, St James Boulevard NE1 4DN