BAS Annual Meeting 2019 – Keble College, Oxford

“Controversies in Cardiovascular Medicine”

DATES: Thursday 26 – Friday 27 September 2019
LOCATION: Keble College, Oxford

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Programme:

Download our 2019 programme here.

Submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation
Submission deadline: Monday 24 June

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HUGH SINCLAIR LECTURE:

Professor Ira TABAS (Columbia University, USA)

“Macrophages and Hepatocytes in Cardiometabolic Disease”

Sessions and speakers

NOVEL INSIGHTS FROM LARGE BIOBANKS

  • UK Biobank: creative problems – Rory COLLINS (Oxford, UK).
  • Supporting cardiovascular drug development through human genomics – Aroon HINGORANI (London, UK)

CULPRIT CELLS IN ATHEROSCLEROTIC PLAQUES

  • Vascular smooth muscle cell plasticity in atherosclerosis – Martin BENNETT (Cambridge, UK)
  • Extravasation of immune cells: Role of neutrophils in atherosclerosis – Oliver SOEHNLEIN (Munich, GERMANY)

INFLAMMATION versus LIPIDS: RESIDUAL INFLAMMATORY RISK

  • IL-1: a success story of an anti-inflammatory target in CVD – Sheila FRANCIS (Sheffield, UK)
  • Targeting oxidized lipids and oxidation-specific epitopes in atherosclerosis – Christoph BINDER (Vienna, AUSTRIA)
  • Challenges in translating cardiovascular strategies using advanced therapy medicinal products – Andrew BAKER (Edinburgh, UK)

LIPIDS versus INFLAMMATION: RESIDUAL LIPID RISK BEYOND LDL-C

  • The biology of PCSK9: beyond LDLC lowering – Alberico CATAPANO (Milan, ITALY)
  • Novel lipid targets for CVD – Anne TYBJERG-HANSEN (Copenhagen, DENMARK)
  • Lipoprotein (a) and antisense therapy – Sam TSIMIKAS (San Diego, USA)

Sponsors

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Getting to Keble College + Oxford:

Keble College, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PG

Visiting Keble

Keble College site map

IMPORTANT – Car parking – please note that there is NO car parking available at Keble. 

How to get to Oxford

 

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