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ESC in Japan @ JCS 2020

12/03/2020 00:00 15/03/2020 00:00 Europe/Paris ESC in Japan @ JCS 2020 Japanese Circulation Society true DD/MM/YYYY


The APSC/JCS 2020 congress in Kyoto is postponed due to COVID-19.

The Japanese Circulation Society Congress (JCS 2020) will be held from 13-15 March 2020 at Kyoto International Conference Center and Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto; and will be jointly organised with the Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology Congress 2020 (APSC2020), which will be held from 12-14 March 2020.

For more information, please click below:

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Thursday, 12 March

13:20-14:50 - APSC/ESC Session 1: Digital Cardiology present and future Room B-1, 2F


Michel Komadja (France), Takashi Akasaka (Japan)

Time Programme Chair
13:20-13:40 Data analytic of electronic medical records Chris Gale (United-Kingdom)
13:40-14:00 EMR/linkage/BigData approach Ilonca Vaartjes (Netherlands)
14:00-14:20 Nation-Wide Data from JROAD-DPC and Registry Study Yoshihiro Miyamoto (Japan)
14:20-14:40 Remote Monitoring in Patients with Heart Failure Ayumu Yajima (Japan)
14:40-15:00 Incorporating consumer grade werable fitness tracking into clinical reearch Khung Keong Yeo (Singapore)

Friday, 13 March

08:00-09:30 - JCS/ESC Session 2 / Young Session : Cardiology in the future (focusing on basic cardiovascular science) - Room E, B1


Michel Komadja (France), Issei Komuro (Japan)

Time Programme Chair
08:00-08:20 Novel approaches to protect the ischemic heart: blocking the pathway to heart failure Gemma Vilahur (Spain)
08:20-08:40 Many roads lead to atrial fibrillation! Abnormal Ca2+ handling in atrial myocytes Niels Voigt (Germany)
08:40-09:00 TBC Seitaro Nomura (Tokyo University, Tokyo)
09:00-09:20 TBC Shuichiro Higo (Osaka Univerisy, Osaka)

17:15-18:45 JCS/ESC Session 3 : New Findings of Diabetic Cardiomyopathy - Room J, 2F


Barbara Casadei (United-Kingdom), Toyoaki Murohara (Nagoya University, Nagoya)

Time Programme Chair
17:15-17:25 The various phenotypes of diabetic cardiomyopathy Genevieve Derumeaux (France)
17:25-17:45 New therapy for diabetic heart failure Koichi Node (Saga University, Saga)
17:45-18:05 Can treatment of diabetes and of insulin resistance prevent the development of heart failure? Michel Komajda (France)
18:05-18:25 Update to metabolic remodeling and its role in pathogenesis of diabetic cardiomyopathy Yasuko Bando (Nagoya University, Nagoya) 

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