Submissions already are open for 2023 Vascular Research Initiatives Conference (VRIC), which will be May 10, 2023, in Boston. The conference includes abstract sessions, a translational panel, posters and the Alexander W. Clowes Distinguished Lecture.
VRIC is held in the same location and in conjunction with as the American Heart Association’s “Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine” meeting on May 10–13, 2023. The AHA’s cost for submission is $49. VRIC submissions will close Jan. 11, 2023. Visit vascular.org/VRICabstracts23.
Abstract submissions for the 2023 Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) opened Nov. 16. New this year is a requirement for abstract authors to include with their submission one self-assessment question for post-presentation evaluation
“This is an opportunity for SVS members to present their research on all aspects of vascular diseases—causes, pathology, prevention, diagnosis and care,” said Andres Schanzer, MD, who chairs the SVS Program Committee.
“We’re interested in any and all research that moves the ball forward in terms of taking care of our patients, from peripheral arterial disease, thoracic outlet syndrome, dealing with complications, preventing amputations, even artificial intelligence,” he said. “All have a place in helping improve the care for our patients. We are also especially interested in championing and spotlighting research that deals with disparities, diversity, equity and inclusion.”
Abstract submissions will close at 3 p.m. CST Jan. 11, 2023. Read more at vascular.org/VAM23AbstractProcess.