Meetings / Live CME

Collaborate with your peers and master the latest knowledge in your cardiovascular specialty.

Upcoming AHA Conferences

April 2–3 | Arlington, Va.
May 4–6 | Minneapolis, Minn.
July 10–13 | Portland, Ore.
Council on Hypertension
September 14–17 | San Francisco, Calif.
Scientific Sessions
November 11–15 | Anaheim, Calif.
International Stroke Conference
Precon & Nursing: Jan. 23 | Sessions: January 24–26, 2018| Los Angeles, Calif.
March 20–23, 2018 | New Orleans, La.

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Conference Science NewsView All

Science News from ACC17
03/17/2017 | Exclusive video discussions and data summaries of the most noteworthy science presented at ACC.17 in Washington, D.C. from March 17-19, 2...
Science News (EPI Lifestyle)
03/07/2017 | Exclusive interviews, study results and more from Epidemiology and Prevention/Lifestyle 2017 Scientific Sessions in Portland, OR
Science News (International Stroke Conference)
02/22/2017 | Science News for International Stroke Conference 2017 | Feb. 22-24, 2017 in Houston, Texas.
Science News Scientific Sessions 2016 ARCHIVE
11/11/2016 | Science News coverage of selected presentations and interviews from AHA's Scientific Sessions 2016. Nov. 12-16, 2016 in New Orleans, La.
Archive: Science News - 2016 Hypertension Scientific Sessions
09/14/2016 | Science News analysis, interviews and presentations from the Council on Hypertension Scientific Sessions 2016 conference in Orlando, Flor...

Science News highlights from EPI|Lifestyle 2017

Metabolomic Profiles Associated with Total and CVD Mortality in Women
Kathryn M Rexrode | Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston, MA

RESULTS: Plasma metabolites identified in women were associated with increased risks for cardiovascular mortality.

WINNER: Stamler Research Award for New Investigators

Validity of Cardiovascular Data From Electronic Data Research Networks: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) and HealthLNK
Faraz S Ahmad | Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

RESULTS: This study compared how data correlated for BMI and BP from electronic clinical data research networks to population-based CVD cohorts. BMI was found to be highly correlated.

EPI|LIfestyle 2017: What we learned

The program chair and vice chair for EPI|Lifestyle 2017 provide review some of the highlights of the science presented during the meeting in Portland, OR.

EPI|Lifestyle 2017 Debate: Is personalized medicine compatible with public health?

ASPC Debate 2017: PRO

Seth Martin, MD, Johns Hopkins University, argues the PRO position on the ASPC Debate 2017 question: Is precision medicine compatible with public health?

ASPC Debate 2017: CON

Seth Baum, MD, president of the American Society of Preventive Cardiology, presents the CON side of the 2017 ASPC debate question.

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EPI-Lifestyle 2016 

March 7–10, 2017
Portland, Oregon

QCOR 2017

April 2–3, 2017
Arlington, Virginia


May 4–6, 2017
Minneapolis, Minn.