ARTERY Young Investigator Network

Progress in knowledge strongly depends on the interchange between different disciplines and countries, so the earlier we start, the further we get. Artery Young Investigator Network aims to be an incubator for novel ideas and initiatives, facilitating connections for international collaborations, joint scientific projects, support and advice between peers, thus nurturing the new generation of Arteriologists.

How to join?

If you are a member of ARTERY Society and you are under 40, you simply have to fill in the application form and you will start receiving email updates about initiatives from the ARTERY Young Investigator Network.

Do you have proposals or ideas for the ARTERY Young Investigator Network? Join the online forum – LinkedIn or Facebook Group or send an email to: artery@conferencecollective.co.uk

ARTERY Young Investigator Network Chair: Dr Bernhard Hametner

Bernhard Hametner received his PhD in Applied Mathematics from the Vienna University of Technology in 2012. He is currently working as a Scientist at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in Vienna in the research group for Cardiovascular Diagnostics. He focuses on the development of mathematical models and algorithms for arterial pulse wave analysis, with the main goal to quantify wave transmission, wave reflection and arterial stiffness. Additionally, he is involved in the analysis of cardiovascular parameters obtained in clinicals studies. He is also active in teaching and the supervision of students, as well as in the management of research projects.

Become a Member

Become a member of ARTERY and be part of an international, professionally diverse network of members.

About us

ARTERY promotes the advancement of knowledge and dissemination of information concerning the pathophysiology, pharmacology, epidemiology, detection, investigation and treatment of arterial structure and function.

Artery Research Journal

Artery Research is the official journal of the Association for Research into Arterial Structure and Physiology (ARTERY, the Society).