Frontiers in Science

Scientific Sessions 2017

Scientific Sessions: November 11–15

Resuscitation Science Symposium: November 11–13

Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium: November 13–14

Anaheim, California

Frontiers in Science: Arrhythmia Research Summit

Mon., Nov. 13, 9:00 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.

This summit will bring together faculty and participants involved in the areas of arrhythmia mechanisms, diagnosis, and management to participate in topics devoted to cutting edge research and therapeutic innovation. The rapid fire style presentation will feature a wide range of topics that will permit clinicians, basic scientists, biomedical engineers, and outcomes experts to participate.

A networking reception sponsored by Circulation: Arrhythmias and Electrophysiology will immediately follow the program.

Frontiers in Science: Stem Cells Summit

Tue., Nov. 14, 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

The Stem Cells Summit will feature rapid fire presentations by leading stem cell researchers. The program will consider key questions in the area of stem cell research and will allow participants to engage in lively discussions on these topics. Don’t miss this exciting new program!

Frontiers in Science: Thrombosis Summit

Mon., Nov. 13, 9:00 a.m. - 6:45 p.m.

This summit will provide an exciting platform for exploring the most recent progress in thrombosis research, bridging from basic to clinical science, and will facilitate communication and networking between thrombosis researchers and clinicians. The summit will include sessions on arterial and venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, novel mechanistic targets in thrombosis, and the latest on emerging therapies and new anticoagulant drugs. A highlight of the summit will be the 2017 Sol Sherry Lecture and abstract presentations.

Frontiers in Science: Vascular Disease Summit

Tue., Nov. 14, 3:45 - 6:45 p.m.

This program will provide a venue for the exchange of new ideas and collaboration between investigators engaged in cutting-edge research or "frontier science" in PVD. Speakers present in a rapid-fire format on current research activities in their own basic, clinical, epidemiologic or trial settings, followed by in-depth discussion. The overarching goals are to offer an intimate setting for intense open scientific discussion, to encourage "cross-pollination," share proven methodologies which may apply more broadly across specialty areas, and inspire scientific collaboration.

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