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EAS Newsletter October 09, 2020

Friday 9 October 2020   (0 Comments)
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Virtual Congress - selected highlights

EAS 2020 has drawn to a close - the first virtual meeting of the European Atherosclerosis Society was a landmark event. Our goal was to deliver a virtual forum where scientists, researchers and clinicians from all over the world could exchange their findings and ideas within the field of atherosclerosis, With many outstanding presentations and insightful discussions, attended by over 6,500 participants, we believe we achieved our goal for this event, and, importantly, have formed a community where the exchange and discussion can continue.

Thank you to everyone whose studies and research contributed to the scientific programme. The many outstanding lectures, informative discussions and posters can still be viewed on the Congress platform - a wealth of fascinating science for you to take in at your own pace.

Below, we present selected highlights and reports from the meeting. To see more, visit the Congress website.

Opening Ceremony & Anitschkow Lecture

 

The EAS President, Professor Lale Tokgözoğlu (Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey), welcomed participants from across all continents, gave an overview of some of recent achievements of the Society, and looked ahead to future challenges. 

"We believe that the only way to move forward during difficult times is through science." Professor Lale Tokgozoglu, EAS President, opens the Congress.

 

 

The Anitschkow Lecture 2020

Professor Joseph L. Witztum presented on "The Oxidation Hypothesis of atherosclerosis revisited: A pivotal role of oxidised phospholipids (OxPL) in atherosclerosis, NASH, and inflammation".

Congratulations to Professor Joseph L. Witztum. His Anitschkow Lecture is available to view.

Watch the session again >>

Read the report >>

 

Nominate next year's recipient

Last chance! Do you know a deserving winner? Nominate an outstanding scientist who has contributed to progress in the field of atherosclerosis. Deadline for nominations 2021 Anitschkow Prize is Monday October 12.

Make your nomination >>

Foundations of Immunometabolism and Implications for Metabolic Health and Disease

KEYNOTE LECTURE

Immunometabolism is an emerging field investigating the interplay between immune response and metabolic processes. In the last two decades it has become clear that overlapping and redundant inflammatory pathways play pleiotropic roles in metabolism, and that the metabolic state is a critical determinant of immune function.

Watch the session again >>

Read the report >>

So we look forward to continuing the discussion at next year's Congress, which will be held in beautiful Helsinki, Finland, May 30-June 02. You can see the leading speakers are already confirmed in the programme, and find out more about beautiful Helsinki from the Congress Chairs and Local Organising Committee in their welcome video .

Join the conversation and present your own findings - abstract submission is already open; submission deadline is January 12, 2021. We look forward to seeing you.


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