The FCVB 2018 Scientific & Educational Programme is now available.
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Get ready for your congress! This is the place to be to exchange ideas and experience. The 12 ESC working groups and sister societies have worked together to showcase their more exciting findings and to highlight the connections within new areas of research.
Scientific Programme & Planner
The following session types are organised by the Congress Programme Committee:
Allows for in-depth discussions on developments and advances in the various fields of cardiovascular biology and structured around four to five presentations.
Selected abstracts with content related to pre-arranged sessions of the Scientific Programme. A way to combine expert presentation and recent research on the topic. A perfect mix of original contributions and lectures.
High profile lectures delivered by word renowned leaders in their fields.
Session dedicated to young investigator where six finalists who submitted their research under the Young Invetigator option (35 years of age or under) will present their research. This session will be chaired by senior faculty members and a panel of renowned experts in specific fields who will evaluate the presenttaions for final awards, which will be presented during the Awards ceremony at the end of the congress.
FCVB Congress is the place where latest findings and original research are not just presented but reviewed and discussed.
An ideal plateform to meet the presenters, colleagues and peers in front of their research and to discuss their findings. Presenters will briefly discuss the content of their poster with a Reviewer in front of an apreciative audience during coffee breaks.
Your research in a poster format, presented to an appointed moderator in front of an audience during the inter-session lunch breaks. Presenters are in competition for the "Best Moderated Poster" to win a financial prize (amount to be confirmed). The audience is welcome to join in the discussion.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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