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Heart Failure Association Winter Research Meeting

Add to calendar25/01/20170:00 28/01/20170:00 Europe/Paris Heart Failure Association Winter Research Meeting

The aim of the Winter Meeting is to give a broad overview of current concepts in heart failure research, present excellent science and produce discussions on heart failure pathophysiology and treatment as well as providing opportunities for all participants to present their own work and have fruitful discussions with their peers

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Deadline abstract submission: 12 October

 

Summary

The aim of the Winter Meeting is to give a broad overview of current concepts in heart failure research, present excellent science and produce discussions on heart failure pathophysiology and treatment as well as providing opportunities for all participants to present their own work and have fruitful discussions with their peers

Abstract submission

Abstract submission is open. 

The online services are ready - we look forward to receiving your research on the following topics:

  1. Signalling in hypertrophy and failure
  2. E.C Coupling
  3. Genetics
  4. Contractile function
  5. Cardiac Metabolism
  6. Cardiac regeneration and repair

Submit your abstract

Download the submission rules

During the meeting, a lively and highly interactive poster session takes place on Thursday evening between faculty and presenters. During this evening, judges discuss the Posters selected for the Young Investigator Poster Award. Certain topical abstracts could be integrated into the sessions and discussion over poster viewing plays a large part in the programme.

2016 winners are pictured with Prof C Maack, meeting coordinator and Prof T Eschenhagen (pictured left to right: Ellen Dirkx - winner Guido Tarone award and the Young Investigator Award winners Francesca Bortolotti, Hariharan Subramanian and  Janika Viereck)

Quick preview of 2017 programme

The full programe will be announced shortly - several key speakers are already retained! The 2017 programme will cover the following subjects amongst others:

Gene editing to cure heart failure (CRISPR/CAS, iPS)
Heart failure and Atrial Fibrillation: shared mechanisms?
Innate immunity and Heart Failure
Metabolic reprogramming in Heart Failure

As in previous years, talks will be given by invited speakers with ample time for discussion. Participant numbers are restricted to 120 attendees, thus creating an atmosphere condusive to dialogue and networking. - see last year's programme

INFORMATION

The HFA provides hotel accommodation and all meals which are taken exclusively in the hotel.

The HFA also provides a bus service which will be provided from Geneva airport on Wednesday 25 January at 15:30 and back to the airport on Saturday 28 January (book flights after 15:30). The meeting begins with a Welcome Dinner on Wednesday evening. Sessions continue right until 13:00 on Saturday.

If your abstract is accepted, you will be required to pay a registration fee of 200 euros.

Abstract presenters are requested to provide their own flights.

Reports on 2014 meeting

Read the reports on 2014 meeting in:

CardioPulse

European Journal of Heart Failure