February 10, 2016  


International Lp(a) Symposium - 

Abstract submission deadline February 15

This message is sent on behalf of the organisers of the satellite meeting:

Gert M. Kostner, Gerd Utermann, Florian Kronenberg, Hans Dieplinger

It is our pleasure to draw your attention to the International Lp(a) Symposium that will be held from May 27-28, 2016 in Innsbruck, Austria, organised as a satellite meeting to EAS 2016.


We have succeeded to bring together the leading experts in Lp(a) research, who have promised to share with us their views and their most recent results in order to promote our knowledge of this important risk factor for atherosclerosis. This program will be rounded up by selected lectures and posters from submitted abstracts.

This unique meeting has to be limited to 200 participants! Therefore the registration must be handled on a first-come-first-served basis. The good news, however, is that, due to substantial support from industry we are able to keep the registration fee at a very low rate.

Abstracts can be submitted to the meeting until the deadline date Monday February 15.

For details of the preliminary program >>

Registration and abstract submission >>


EAS 2016, Innsbruck - A forward-looking scientific Programme to excite, inspire and inform!

EAS 2016 Innsbruck welcomes a distinguished international faculty to share their forward-looking perspectives on the latest developments in basic research and clinical practice in atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. You can find details of the Plenary and Workshop sessions now on the Congress website.

To the congress website >>

Please find below an introduction to some of the members of the EAS 2016 Innsbruck faculty.


EAS are pleased to announce that the Keynote Lecture "How genes control cholesterol" at EAS congress 2016 will be given by Nobel Laureate Professor Michael S. Brown

More about Professor Brown >>



We welcome to EAS 2016 Innsbruck Professor Erik S.G. Stroes, the Netherlands. ​Professor Stroes will present a Plenary lecture on the topic "The use of novel therapies in atherosclerosis: from antibodies to nanotechnology".

More about Professor Stroes >>


We welcome also Professor Daniel Gaudet, Canada. Professor Gaudet will present a Plenary lecture on the topic "Lessons learned from emerging therapies for severe hypertriglyceridaemia".

More about Professor Gaudet >>

More about the Congress Programme >>

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