Register today for the May 3 Vascular Research Initiatives Conference.
The one-day meeting emphasizes emerging vascular science. It is considered a key event for meeting and reconnecting with vascular research collaborators.
New this year is the Alexander W. Clowes Distinguished Lecture, honoring the legacy of vascular surgeon-scientist Alec Clowes, M.D. William Sessa, Ph.D., of Yale University School of Medicine, will deliver the inaugural lecture, titled, “New Insights in Arteriogenesis and Blood Flow Control.” The translational panel will discuss “Matrix Revolution: Vascular Repair and Regeneration,” in a session co-sponsored with the International Society for Applied Cardiovascular Biology.
Four abstract sessions will focus on vascular endothelium and thrombosis, aortic and arterial pathology, stem cells and tissue engineering, and peripheral arterial disease. See the full program here.