MSc in Translational Cardiovascular Medicine

This programme will develop your knowledge in translational cardiovascular research and medicine. It is delivered by clinicians and scientists and is designed to appeal to a wide range of students. This is a distance e-learning programme (full time: 1 year,

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

BAS Autumn Meeting 2014

SYSTEMS BIOLOGY APPROACHES TO UNDERSTAND ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Organised by: Professor Paul Evans and Professor Robert Krams
Venue: Queens’ College, Cambridge
Date: Thursday 25 – Friday 26 September

Previous BAS Memorial Lecturers

Hugh Sinclair  2012 Dorian Haskard 2011 Renu Virmani 2010 Andrew Newby 2009 Lena Peltonen 2008 Chris Glass 2007 Goran Hansson 2006 Shu Chien 2005 Stefanie Dimmeler 2004 Peter Libby 2003 Gerard Evan 1999 Tony Gerslick John French  2013 Allan Lawrie

The British Atherosclerosis Society (BAS) is a non-profit-making organisation established in 1999 with the aim of promoting UK atherosclerosis research.

British Atherosclerosis Society

Autumn Meeting 2012

Platelets, Thrombosis and the Vessel Wall: New Approaches
Organised by: Martin Bennett, Anna Randi and Robert Storey
Venue: Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Date: Thursday 13th and Friday 14th September, 2012

Spring Meeting 2012

New Frontiers in Cardiovascular Imaging: From Basic Science to Clinical Application
Dates: Monday 28 – Tuesday 29 May 2012
Location: Manchester