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ESC in Japan @ JCS 2020

27/07/2020 10:00 02/08/2020 10:00 Europe/Paris ESC in Japan @ JCS 2020

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Summary

The Japanese Circulation Society are holding their 84th Annual Scientific Meeting (JCS 2020) via online streaming as the best way to serve the purpose of the meeting in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.

Thanks to the strong partnership between the ESC, the Japanese Circulation Society (JCS) and the Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology (APSC), the ESC is honoured to have three joint sessions available online from 27 July to 2 August 2020 during the virtual congress.



JCS 2020 has become the 'Week of JCS':

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JCS/ESC Joint Session : New Findings of Diabetic Cardiomyopathy

Chairpersons

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

Programme Chair
The various phenotypes of diabetic cardiomyopathy Genevieve Derumeaux (France)
New therapy for diabetic heart failure Koichi Node (Saga University, Saga)
Can treatment of diabetes and of insulin resistance prevent the development of heart failure? ESC Speaker tbc
Update to metabolic remodeling and its role in pathogenesis of diabetic cardiomyopathy Yasuko Bando (Nagoya University, Nagoya) 

Young Research Session : Cardiology in the future (focusing on basic cardiovascular science)

Chairpersons

Tomasz Guzik (United Kingdom), Issei Komuro (Japan)

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

ESC-APSC Joint Symposium : Digital Cardiology present and future

Chairpersons

Folkert Asselbergs (Netherlands), Takashi Akasaka (Japan)

Programme Chair
Data analytic of electronic medical records Folkert Asselbergs (Netherlands)
EMR/linkage/BigData approach Ilonca Vaartjes (Netherlands)
Nation-Wide Data from JROAD-DPC and Registry Study Yoshihiro Miyamoto (Japan)
Remote Monitoring in Patients with Heart Failure Ayumu Yajima (Japan)
Incorporating consumer grade werable fitness tracking into clinical reearch Khung Keong Yeo (Singapore)

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