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Cardio Genomics 2021

20/03/2021 09:00 20/03/2021 13:30 Europe/Paris Cardio Genomics 2021

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Summary

Cardio Genomics 2021 is a virtual conference focusing on the promotion of genetic and genomic literacy amongst healthcare professionals. The aim is to promote greater awareness of genomic medicine in cardiology and consequently improve patient care through therapeutic innovation.

Course Director

Professor Perry Elliott, FESC

Chair of the Council on Cardiovascular Genomics, 2019-2022

Who should attend?

  • Healthcare practitioners involved in the care and study of patients and populations with cardiovascular disease
  • Trainees in cardiology
  • Geneticists and genetic trainees with an interest in familial cardiovascular disorders

Abstract Presentation

The committee would like to thank all abstract submitters for their contribution to the original science programme.

Selected abstracts will be available via the event's platform (ePoster format) for viewing before, during and after the live event as ePoster.

Three highest-graded abstracts will be presented during the live event in a dedicated session and will be awarded a diploma and a copy of Inherited Cardiac Disease - Oxford Specialist Handbook in Cardiology.

Registration

We are pleased to offer this event for free. However, registration is mandatory.

Registration deadline: 17 March 2021.

Once registered, you will receive a link and instructions on how to connect a few days prior to the event. 

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Scientific Programme

Session 1 - Cardiomyopathies

Presentation

Speaker
A coming of age for genotyping in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathies

Eloisa Arbustini

Therapeutic Implications of genotype in dilated cardiomyopathy

Yigal Pinto

The influence of gender on disease phenotypes in cardiomyopathies

Kristina Haugaa

Live discussion, Q&A

 

Session 2 - Arrhythmia

Speaker Presentation
Role of genetic testing in the stratification of Brugada Syndrome

Elijah Behr

How to diagnose and treat long QT syndromes   Stefan Kaab
Genes, ECGs and mortality Pim van der Harst
Live discussion, Q&A  

Session 3 - Abstract Presentations

BREAK

Session 4 - Keynote Lecture

Presentation Speaker
The clinical value of molecular Autopsy in 2021 Christopher Semsarian

Session 5 - Vessels

Presentation Speaker
When should I consider a genetic test in patients with aortic dissection?

Bart Loeys

What do populations tell us about stroke?

Cornelia van Duijn

How should we use genetic risk scores in coronary artery disease?

Heribert Schunkert

Live discussion, Q&A

 

Session 6 - Diagnosis & Treatment

Presentation Speaker
The current status of RNA therapeutics in cardiovascular Disease

Thomas Thum

Genome-wide association studies for cardiovascular disease; clinical perspectives and implications

Maryam Kavousi

The potential of gene therapy in inherited cardiomyopathies

Lucie Carrier

Live discussion, Q&A  

Technical requirements

The conference will be accessible on PC and tablets. The use of a smartphone is not recommended.

A high-speed Internet connection is required (minimum 2 Mbps).