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Ischaemic conditioning and targeting reperfusion injury a 30 year voyage of discovery

Meeting Endorsed by the ESC Working Group on Cellular Biology of the Heart

Add to calendar12/05/201613:00 13/05/201618:00 Europe/Paris Ischaemic conditioning and targeting reperfusion injury a 30 year voyage of discovery

As part of the scientific committee and program, the Working Group on Cellular Biology of the Heart is happy to announce the endorsment of this international meeting on Ischaemic conditioning.
For this 2016 edition, it will take place Aula Magna School of Medicine, Hospital Universitari Vall d’Heborn, Barcelona, Spain, and will gather the pioneers and the most important contributors to the field of reperfusion injury.
It will also offer to groups working in this field the possibility to present and discuss their most recent results.

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Summary

As part of the scientific committee and program, the Working Group on Cellular Biology of the Heart is happy to announce the endorsment of this international meeting on Ischaemic conditioning.
For this 2016 edition, it will take place Aula Magna School of Medicine, Hospital Universitari Vall d’Heborn, Barcelona, Spain, and will gather the pioneers and the most important contributors to the field of reperfusion injury.
It will also offer to groups working in this field the possibility to present and discuss their most recent results.