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Foster exchange of scientific information in the field of cellular electrophysiology. Serve as the catalyst for collaborations and exchange visits between European laboratories, as well as for establishing joint research proposals within the EC. Support and encourage young scientists to present new and unpublished data with emphasis on informal discussion.
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The Carmeliet-Coraboeuf-Weidman (CCW) session presents an historical overview of cardiac electrophysiology, paying tribute to many illustrious researchers in the field of cardiac cellular electrophysiology.
Organised by the Council on Basic Science, this biennial event aims to inspire a new generation of basic cardiovascular science leaders taken from among the most gifted science and medical graduates.
Organised by the Council on Basic Science: Inspire a new generation of basic cardiovascular science leaders taken from among the most gifted science and medical graduates - Provide opportunities to meet face-to-face role models from an expert faculty of successful cardiovascular scientists.
Spotlight: Global Cardiovascular Health
Bringing the world of cardiology together
The world's largest cardiovascular congress with over 500 experts sessions and 4,500 abstracts contributing to global awareness of the latest clinical trials and breakthrough discoveries.
The course combines theoretical lectures, troubleshooting case presentations, and mock exams.
The content combined theoretical lectures, troubleshooting case presentations and mock exams.
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