February 08, 2016  


The 2nd annual Pfizer ASPIRE Cardiovascular Grants Program offers individual grants from a total fund of US $2 million — Apply now!

Are you or any of your collaborators involved in PCSK9-related research and looking for funding to support your work?

See below for further details on ASPIRE Cardiovascular, a Pfizer-supported independent competitive grants program awarding individual grants of up to US $200,000 from a total fund of US $2 million to support projects which bring new insights or advance the understanding of the role of the PCSK9 protein/gene in health and disease.

Read more about the The 2nd Annual ASPIRE Cardiovascular Competitive Research Grants Program,  application deadline: March 13, 2016 >>

EAS Academy - FH updates

We are pleased to announce that new webcast presentations from the recent EAS Advanced Course on FH are now published online. Presentations available include The population burden of FH - The need to close the gap (Kausik Ray), Diagnosis of FH: Scoring systems and Genetic diagnosis, Polygenic causes of clinical FH (Joep Defesche), Cascade screening introduction and experience from Spain (Pedro Mata), Treatment of FH: Diet, statin and statin intolerance (Olov Wiklund) and FH in children (Albert Wiegman).

This very latest uploaded material is part of the Premium EAS Academy content and one of the benefits of Individual EAS membership. The EAS Academy will be regularly updated with new material throughout 2016 - we therefore invite you to log in and navigate as often as possible!

If you are not yet an EAS member, or your membership has lapsed,  join EAS or renew your membership to access the full content of EAS Academy, including webcasts, learning quizzes, technical videos and more.

Read more about the EAS Academy >>

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Video commentaries at Univadis®

EAS regularly publish articles, commentaries and video commentaries at Univadis®, as "Atherosclerosis Global Academy", an online resource for healthcare professionals.

These are the latest papers and video commentaries by Professor Philippe Moulin, Lyon France.

TLR4-induced inflammatory response modulation by saturated fatty acids >>

 Joint associations of parental history and genetic risk scores for incident coronary heart disease>>

Cardiovascular Gene Annotation Initiative

EAS has a wide network and regularly promotes related research projects. One of these is the Cardiovascular Gene Annotation Initiative funded by the British Heart Foundation, BHF.  

In the latest newsletter you can read more about the initiative and their latest findings.

 More about the Cardiovascular Gene Annotation Initiative >>

 February newsletter from the Cardiovascular Gene Annotation Initiative >>

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