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Monday 1st June 2020, 10.45-12.15
Chairs – Andy Sage, Rhian Touyz
Jose Fuster, CNIC Madrid – Clonal hematopoiesis – links to atherosclerotic disease
Ian Bruce, University of Manchester – Rheumatological diseases – a cardiovascular risk factor
Antony Vidal-Puig, University of Cambridge – Obesity and Adipose dysfunction in cardiovascular risk
Rhian Touyz, University of Glasgow – Diabetes, Hypertension, and Cardiovascular Disease: Clinical Insights and Vascular Mechanisms
Monday 1st June 2020, 13.45-15.15
Chairs – Pasquale Maffia, Tomasz Guzik
Peder Olofsson – Neuronal control of inflammation and bioelectronic medicine
Prof Partha Dutta – Sympathetic Neuronal Activation Triggers Myeloid Progenitor Proliferation and Differentiation
Prof Daniela Carnevale – Neuroimmune Control of Cardiac and Vascular Remodelling in Hypertension
Dr Giuseppe D’Agostino – Control of Peripheral Metabolism via Genetic Modulation of Brain Circuits
Tuesday 2nd June 2020, 8.30-10.00
Chairs – Manuel Mayr, Sanjay Sinha
Jeanette Erdmann, Luebeck, Germany – What have we learnt for coronary artery disease?
Aroon Hingorani, UCL – Mendelian randomisation – causal analysis and drug development
Gerard Pasterkamp, Utrect, Netherlands – Fine-tuning the definition of the atherosclerotic plaque at risk, the value of bulk and single cell RNA sequencing of human plaques.
Hugh Watkins, Oxford – The impact of common variants on rare/inherited disease phenotypes
Joint BCS/BAS/BSCR Young Investigator Prize
Deadlines to be announced shortly
Combined BCS/BAS/BSCR with the top 5 applications being selected for oral presentation on Tuesday lunchtime with a first prize of £1,000. Open to basic scientists who are no more than 5 years post-PhD and clinicians who have not attained consultant status. Application requires submission of a brief communication (1,000 words with up to 5 tables/figures). Please note that if your submission for the Young Investigator Prize is not shortlisted for presentation, it is not automatically entered as a standard poster abstract submission. To do this you will need to separately submit your abstract following the normal submission process and you are encouraged to do this – if your application for the Young Investigator Prize is subsequently shortlisted then you will have the option of withdrawing your standard poster abstract.
John French Lecture – tbc
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