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EAS Newsletter August 18, 2020

Tuesday 18 August 2020   (0 Comments)
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EAS Society & Governance

Open for nominations: Anitschkow Prize 2021

Professor Joseph L.Witztum will deliver the Anitschkow Prize lecture at the opening of the EAS 2020 Virtual Congress

It is time once again to welcome nominations for the Society's Anitschkow Prize. This prestigious Prize, awarded annually, recognizes outstanding research in the field of atherosclerosis and linked metabolic disturbances.
EAS individual members are welcome to nominate their distinguished colleagues before the closing date of Monday 12 October, 2020.

 Nominate for Anitschkow Prize 2021 >>

More about Anitschkow winner 2020 Professor Witztum >>


EAS Publications - Atherosclerosis Journal

Highlighted articles May 2020

The genetic set-up of human beings has not changed tremendously over time. However, the risk of atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases (ASCVD) is altered tremendously during a rather limited period of time. This can be best witnessed in countries which turned a predominantly rural culture into an urban culture. These transitions are accompanied by massive changes in lifestyle, diet, environment, and socioeconomic factors which have a strong impact on disease risks of the individuals and their offspring. In addition, treatment of diseases other than ASCVD has an impact on vascular biology, either directly or indirectly, by affecting risk factors. The May issue Vol 301 contains several articles on the impact of lifestyle factors and concomitant drug treatment on ASCVD and its risk factors.

Highlighted articles June 2020

The June issues contains several articles on the assessment of cardiovascular disease risk either by assessment of vascular physiology and structure or by lipoprotein related biomarkers.

To the Journal Highlights June >>

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EAS Election Candidates for office & member positions of the Executive Committee, 2020

The Election Committee, chaired by Professor Chris Packard, have now selected candidates from the nominations made by the Society membership.
Voting will be via a website-based ballot of Society members, according to the Society's bylaws, in the period September 01-30, 2020.

 

Commentary on Residual inflammatory risk: Lessons from trials for the future

Residual cardiovascular risk is multifactorial. Beyond cholesterol, seminal trials have demonstrated the clinical benefit of targeting residual inflammatory risk in high risk patients with well controlled LDL cholesterol levels.
This latest commentary discusses evidence from these trials and future therapeutic approaches to residual inflammatory risk.

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EAS 2020 Virtual Congress October 04-07 - register for free, open now

The 88th EAS Congress is now transformed into a virtual event.
The Congress dates remain the same: October 04-07, 2020, and all the elements of our outstanding scientific programme will be presented.

To the EAS Virtual Congress Registration >>


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