Clinician or Scientist ? Discover the "Science in Practice" tracks developed to give clinicians insights into what's developing in the future and to scientists insights on where their innovations may be leading.
Get an overview of joint sessions organised together with major cardiovascular and other specialty organisations from around the world. Share views and perspectives!
Record abstract submissions for ESC Congress 2014!
11 444 abstracts from 100 countries were submitted. Thank you for
choosing ESC Congress as your preferred scientific platform to present
your original research. Results will be made available early May.
In the meantime, online submissions for Late-Breaking Science is now open until 1 May 2014. Don't miss the opportunity! Submit your latest research now!
Innovation and the Heart:
The spotlight of this year's congress captures innovations in scientific discovery, clinical practice, technology, education and importantly in applications to clinical care.
Cardiology is evolving rapidly and it is critically important to keep up to date, not only in the areas of our special interests but also in what is happening elsewhere across the spectrum of cardiovascular disease.