Our mission is to become a worldwide reference for education in the field for all professionals involved in the process to disseminate knowledge & skills of Acute Cardiovascular Care.
Our mission is to promote excellence in clinical diagnosis, research, technical development, and education in cardiovascular imaging in Europe.
Our mission is to promote excellence in research, practice, education and policy in cardiovascular health, primary and secondary prevention.
Our mission is to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in Europe through percutaneous cardiovascular interventions.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of the population by reducing the impact of cardiac rhythm disturbances and reduce sudden cardiac death.
Our mission is to improve quality of life and longevity, through better prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart failure, including the establishment of networks for its management, education and research.
The ESC Working Groups' goal is to stimulate and disseminate scientific knowledge in different fields of cardiology.
The ESC Councils' goal is to share knowledge among medical professionals practising in specific cardiology domains.
OUR MISSION: TO REDUCE THE BURDEN OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
You missed the event? Read the report of the Chairman Scientific ProgrammeThis year, the meeting was held in the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine of Berlin. Submit your abstractTake part in the Programme! Get involve! Closed Registration & HotelRegister for the meeting with early fee or reduced fee. Sponsor and Exhibition The Working Group wishes to express its thanks to the sponsors, who contributes to the success of the meeting Travel & CityLearn more about Berlin an how to access the city
Ross BreckenridgeAmbient oxygen levels act as a maturational signal in the neonatalheart
Ina Strate: The Glypican 4 Knypek is required for cardiomyocyte differentiation of second heart field progenitor cells by attenuating Wnt/β-catenin signaling.
The poster will have to be displayed from 27 September, 10:00 (your arrival) to 28 September 18:00 (your departure).Poster size: A0 poster size: 1,00m (width) x 1,20m (high) or 84,1cm (width) x 118,9cm (high) portrait.
Given at the registration desk, on 28 September, upon request.
The Organising Committee Chairperson invite you to submit your research and actively participate in the scientific programme Submission deadline: Extended to 30 July 2013
Each abstract should have the following information:1 -Topic: Which key word fits best with the abstract below:
2 -Oral presentation: Please indicate if it will be an oral presentation or not.
3 -Short title: Mandatory
4 -Author list: First and last name of all authors
5 -Email address of presenter
6 -Body of the abstract: no more than 250 words
Room rates have been negociated with the Motel One Berlin - Mitte. May you need to book an hotel room, please contact the hotel by yourself from now. A shuttle will be arranged from the Motel One-Mitte to the meeitng venue.Note that the rooms can be used as single or double and that there is the option to share a room if just one person books it for two.
Check your category in the table below and register for the meeting. Note that you can also register for the hands-on course and the pre-congress dinner (26 September).
The price includes lunch, coffee/tea breaks, bus transfer from hotel to venue (morning/evening) and Gala Dinner on Friday 27th September 2013 at the Meistersaal (Potsdamer Platz)
* This special rate is allocated to working group members who submits an abstract.How to become a member: join the Working Group membership in few clicks and benefit from reduced fee. Membership is free of charge!
Meeting venue: Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch – Conference Center, MDC.C, Robert-Rössle Str 10 - 13125 Berlin
About the MDC:The venue will take place at the MDC.C, the conference center of the Max Delbrück Center (MDC) for Molecular Medicine. The MDC is a major biomedical research institute located in the northeastern corner of Berlin, Germany. It was founded in 1992 with a mission of translating discoveries from molecular research into applications to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of major human diseases. The site in Berlin-Buch, home to hospital clinics, research institutes and a flourishing biotech industry, is fertile ground for interdisciplinary and patient-oriented research. As a testament to its success, the MDC has been ranked 14th in the Thompson Reuters list of the world’s 20 best research institutes for molecular biology and genetics, based on our publication record.Thanks to:The Charité:The Charité is one of the largest university hospitals in Europe. Here, 3800 doctors and scientists heal, do research and teach at the top international level. More than half of the German Nobel Prize winners in medicine and physiology come from the Charité, among them Emil von Behring, Robert Koch and Paul Ehrlich. The Charité also has an international reputation for excellence in training. It extends over four campuses with more than 100 clinics and institutes bundled under 17 CharitéCenters.
The traditional Gala Dinner wil be held on Friday 27th September 2013 at the Meistersaal (Potsdamer Platz)About the Meistersaal:Situated right next to Potsdamer Platz, the Meistersaal is a beating heart of cosmopolitan Berlin. Far from being just a venue for major exponents of contemporary popular and art music, it was also used to showcase such well-renowned artists as John Heartfield and George Grosz and earned a reputation for literary readings by such authors as Kurt Tucholsky, whose famous Malik publishing house was located in the building.
The ESC Working Group on Development, Anatomy and Pathology wishes to thank the support of their sponsors:
About Berlin: Berlin the capital of Germany is dynamic, cosmopolitan and creative, allowing for every kind of lifestyle.
East meets West in the metropolis at the heart of a changing Europe. Germany's largest city is a city of opportunities just waiting to be seized in all areas, like entertainment, recreation, economy, science and academic life.
Berlin has a long tradition as a city of medicine and medical technology. The Berlin Charité Hospital is the largest University Hospital in Europe.
The metropolis is home to world-renowed universities, research institutes, sporting events, orchestras, museums and personalities. Berlin's urban landscape and historical legacy has made it a popular setting for international film productions.
Recognised for its festivals, contemporary architecture, nightlife and avant-garde arts, Berlin has evolved into a focal point for individuals attracted by liberal lifestyle, modern zeitgeist and low cost of living.
Berlin is the third most visited tourist destination in Europe.
BankingBanks are usually open from 08:30 to 16:00 during the week and many stay open until 18:00 on Thursday. At airports and main train stations, banks have longer hours, opening from around 06:30 to 22.30. Most banks have English-speaking staff and they all can handle International transactions. Commissions may be charged on a foreign transactions and passports will be required as proof of identity. The city is well supplied with cash dispensers, which take most major credit cards.
ClimateBerlin has a temperate climate. Summers are warm with average high temperatures of 22–25°C (mid 70s F) and lows of 12–14°C (mid 50s F). Spring and autumn are generally chilly to mild. Berlin's built-up area creates a microclimate, with heat stored by the city's buildings. Temperatures can be 4°C (7°F) higher in the city than in the surrounding areas.
CurrencyThe monetary unit in Germany is Euro (€) / EUR.
ElectricityIn Germany, electricity is supplied at 220V 50 Hz and power sockets are of 2 or 3 pin round type.Time ZoneBerlin is located in the GMT+1 time zone.
Useful links Berlin Tourism - Official Web SiteCity of Berlin - Official Web Site
You can fly to Berlin from many international airports. Tegel and Schönefeld are the largest of Berlin's three airports, where a lot of flight connections are offered. Schönefeld lies just outside Berlin's South-eastern border while the other two airports lie within the city.
Airport and Flight Information:Tel.: +49 180 5000 186 / Web Site
All motorways to Berlin lead to the Berliner Ring (A10). From there you can get to the inner city on various access roads. If your destination is situated in the western city, you should use the A115. The A113 takes you to the south-east quarters. For access to the north of the city, make use of the A114 for Pankow/Weissensee, for Reinickendorf the A111.
Berlin has two city centres: city west and city east. Please notice, that the direction sign "Mitte" leads to the district "Mitte", that means city east. The western city is situdated around the Kurfürstendamm, driving time from "Mitte" appr. 15 minutes.
You can reach Berlin from all directions by using the fast InterCityExpress, InterCity, EuroCity and InterRegio Trains.
All train stations are well connected to the public transport system. Berlin's new central station "Hauptbahnhof" is located in the city centre. It is an impressive example of contemporary architecture opened on May 28, 2006. A new railway concept with new stations was also installed.
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