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Working Group Talk "Looking beyond cardiomyocytes in myocardial infarction"

Live Online Event of the ESC WG on Development, Anatomy & Pathology Young Community

31/03/2022 14:00 31/03/2022 14:45 Europe/Paris Working Group Talk "Looking beyond cardiomyocytes in myocardial infarction"

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Basic Science


Come and hear about the exciting and ground-breaking research from the Young Community of our DAP WG

Interactive programme

Looking beyond cardiomyocytes in myocardial infarction

Effect of myocardial infarction on the bone marrow vascular niche

Speaker: Guillermo Luxan (SP)

Discussants: Claudio Cortes (FR) and registered delegate*

Lymphatic Clearance of Immune Cells in Cardiovascular Disease

Speaker: Nikita Ved (UK)

Discussants: Claudio Cortes (FR) and registered delegate*


* Discussants will interact with the speaker on the topic of the presentation and registered delegates will be able to ask their questions verbally with the "raise hand" feature or in written with the "Q&A" module.

Raise hand: during discussion time, attendees are invited to click on the "raise hand" button to ask the authorisation to speak for a question or a comment on the presentation.

Q&A: all along the talk, attendees are invited to write questions to the speakers in the Q&A module. Chairing discussant and speakers can answer directly in the module (public or private) or discuss live at the end of the presentation.



Registratoin deadline: Thrusday 31 March noon.

The event will be accessible on-demand 10 days after the live.