Thursday 16 – Friday 17 September 2021 Virtual Why attend our BAS meeting? https://youtu.be/iYklodspdVw?rel=0 The BAS audience is consisted of both clinicians and basic scientists with interest in atherosclerosis and it’s mechanisms. Abstract submission Abstract submissions are encouraged from BAS ordinary, junior and student members. Submitted abstracts will be shortlisted for oral presentation at the […]
by Umamah Tarvala @tarvalaillustrations Overview and Meeting Theme The British Atherosclerosis Society (BAS) Annual Meeting 2018: From the Vulnerable Plaque to the Vulnerable Patient was held at Queens College in the beautiful city of Cambridge, United Kingdom, on September 6–7th. Conveniently, the venue was close to the station with college accommodation provided upon request, ensuring […]
The 2019 BAS/BSCR joint meeting at the BCS Congress, Manchester was held on 3rd-4th June. This year’s John French lecture was given by Dr Helle Jørgensen from the University of Cambridge, titled “Smooth muscle heterogeneity and plasticity”. Young investigators had multiple chances to present at the conferences. Four young investigators competed in a joint BCS/BAS/BSCR […]
The committee actively encourages young researchers in the field of atherosclerosis to join the Society, and therefore strives to keep attendance costs for each meeting to a minimum.
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