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Two women discuss a poster during EPI|Lifestyle 2023 in Boston, Massachusetts, Tuesday, March 1, 2023.

Go Red for Each Other this February

Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 killer of women. But together, we can change that. Because when women unite, we’re unstoppable.

This February, share your heart all month long in support of women’s health. For women across the nation, for the special women in your life, and for YOU!

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EPI|Lifestyle Scientific Sessions 2024

March 18–21, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine Scientific Sessions 2024

May 15–18, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

BCVS Scientific Sessions 2024

July 22–25, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois

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September 5–8, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois


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AHA Professional Membership Featured Cardiovascular & Stroke Jobs Guide - 2023 Edition: View now to browse open positions from top healthcare employers!

Remembering Dr. Ralph Sacco

Dr. Ralph Sacco, the first neurologist to serve as president of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, died Jan. 17. Sacco, a distinguished AHA/ASA volunteer and a revered scientist, served as editor-in-chief of the journal Stroke in addition to other leadership roles. Because of Dr. Sacco’s passion for the AHA and its mission, at his family's request donations in his memory can be made to The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. We have created the Ralph Sacco Memorial Fund for Brain Health in Ralph’s memory.

Dr. Ralph Sacco served as president of the American Heart Association and American Academy of Neurology. (Photo courtesy of University of Miami Miller School of Medicine)

Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine Scientific Sessions

May 15–18, 2024
Hilton Chicago | Chicago, Illinois