Webcasts of scientific sessions
In previous editions, CVCT Forum featured Webcast Sessions in which cardiologists from all over the world shared their ideas and research among peers live on-line with experts attending CVCT Forum.
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Jeffrey Borer, MD
Prof. of Medicine, Cell Biology, Radiology, & Surgery
Director, The Howard Gilman Institute for Heart Valve Diseases and The Schiavone Cardiovascular Translational Institute
Carolyn Lam Su Ping
MBBS, MRCP, MS, FACC, FESC
Senior Consultant, National Heart Centre, Singapore
Duke-NUS Cardiovascular Academic Clinical Program
Chairperson, Asia Pacific Association of Women's Cardiovascular Disease
This webinar will give you a "sneak peek" into the findings that will be presented at the 12th Global Cardio Vascular Clinical Trialists Forum, December 3-5 at the French Embassy, Washington D.C.
You'll hear from scheduled speakers who will share abridged versions of the talks to be presented at the Forum. And, you will be able to ask questions of these international experts.
At the CVCT Forum, presenters will provide a deep dive into this year's results, share the stories behind the studies and be available to network with world leaders in cardiovascular trials. The CVCT Forum provides, by far, the best annual update and in-depth understanding of the trials shaping the evidence base of modern cardiology.
Practitioners and young investigators learn the science of clinical trials from trial protocol design to trial result interpretation. In addition, they identify emerging important issues in CV medicine and opportunities for new trials. Further, participants explore the evidence from clinical trials and how results may be incorporated into treatment guidelines.
Professor of Medicine Emeritus
University of Michigan School of Medicine
Professor of Therapeutics & Cardiology
Universite de Lorraine, France
Director of the Clinical Investigation Center,
InsermCHU of Nancy
Organised in partnership with BioPharma Research Council
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