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Basic Science at ESC Congress 2015 from 29 August to 2 September (London, UK)

An extensive Basic Science programme has been designed this year for our annual event. 
Dedicated sessions will bring International key opinion leaders to the stage to discuss the most challenging and relevant findings in Basic Science in 2015.

Discover the dedicated track of the Scientists of Tomorrow at ESC Congress 2015.

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Basic science at esc congress 2015 from 29 august to 2 september (london, uk)

An extensive Basic Science programme has been designed this year.
Dedicated sessions will bring International key opinion leaders to the stage to discuss the most challenging and relevant findings in Basic Science in 2015.

 

Discover the dedicated track of the Scientists of Tomorrow at ESC Congress 2015.

Submit your abstract for ESC Congress 2015!

You are a Young Basic Scientist?
You may choose to submit your abstract under one of the Young Investigators Award (YIA) options and have the chance to receive a prestigious ESC award and up to 2000 euros. New this year! A new Young Investigators Awards session on "Ageing and senescence" will be part of the Nobel Prize programme and will feature the Nobel Prize Winner as guest of the jury.

Submit your abstract before 14 February, Midnight, CET

 

Free Registration and Travel Awards for ESC Congress

Important : if you are aged 35 or under and your "bench" category abstract is accepted for the ESC Congress, you do not pay registration. Deadline every year: 14 February.  All details here.

Contact information: councils@escardio.org


 

 


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