BAS Annual meeting 2022

BAS Annual Meeting 2022

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BAS Annual meeting 2022

Novel and emerging targets in atherosclerosis
Thursday 8 – Friday 8 September 2022
Keble College, Oxford, UK

Imperial College London Research Associate

Imperial College London Research Associate This is an exciting role in the development of a new fluorescence probes for Heme Oxygenase 1 (HO-1). It follows up our recent publication in Journal of the American Chemical Society. It next takes this

BAS Annual Virtual Meeting 2021 Video Speaker Talks

Catch up here on demand with some of the talks from the BAS 2021 virtual meeting. Hypertension and genomics, Prof Sir Mark CAULFIELD Hypertension and Immunity, Prof David HARRISON Vascular smooth muscle cell ageing and calcification, Prof Cathy SHANAHAN Exploring

BAS Annual Virtual Meeting 2021

Thursday 16 – Friday 17 September 2021 Virtual Why attend our BAS meeting? 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,

First Annual #Blackincardio Week

#Blackincardio Week 19-25 October 2020  https://blackincardio.com/    Download the #Blackincardio Flier

BCS 2020 virtual Awards Day

Friday 16th October2:00-4:40pm The event will include: Young Investigator Award presentations ‘Best of the Best’ Oral Abstracts Michael Davis Early Career Award Prize giving announcements Download the Programme Registration is free but you must register in advance and the deadline for

BSH Autumn Meeting and Exhibition 2020

2020 VISION FOR HEART FAILURE The BSH Annual Meeting will cover the latest scientific research, data and the best clinical practice in heart failure care. The conference will be taking place virtually using cutting edge technology bringing you multimedia content

BAS Spring Meeting 2013

NEW FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR SCIENCE
Organised by: Sam Boateng, Tim Chico, Paul Evans, Cathy Holt
Venue: BCS Annual Conference – ExCel London
Dates: Monday 3 – Tuesday 4 June 2013

BAS Autumn Meeting 2013

‘THE PATHOGENESIS OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS:
Nikolay Anichkov & his legacy 100 years on’.

Organised by: Professor Sarah George, Dr Jason Johnson, Professor Andrew Newby
Venue: Murray Edwards College • Cambridge
Dates: Thursday 5 – Friday 6 September

BAS Spring Meeting 2014

NEW FRONTIERS IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH
Organised by:
Venue: BCS Annual Conference, Manchester
Dates: Monday 2 – Tuesday 3 June