On April 17, 2012, SVS will present Experimental and Applied Vascular Biology, the 26th Annual Vascular Research Initiatives Conference (VRIC) in Chicago.
“VRIC is designed to encourage interaction and collaboration among vascular surgeon investigators and scientists from vascular biology-related disciplines,” said conference organizer, Alan Dardik, M.D., PhD. “In addition, it is hoped that young conference attendees will become interested in research.”
VRIC will feature the following topics:
• Peripheral Arterial Disease
• Vascular Endothelium and Thrombosis
• Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering
Online registration is available.
VRIC attendees are encouraged to remain in Chicago to attend the April 18-20, 2012 Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (ATVB) Scientific Sessions. The two-day course features special lectures, discussions, oral presentations, and poster presentations.
Designed to provide opportunities for intense interaction among participants, ATVB is expected to attract attendees from among a broad range of disciplines. Young scientists are encouraged to attend. SVS registrants receive a US$100 ATVB registration discount.