2020 is not an ordinary year. Due to the ongoing pandemic and its potential aftermath, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the physical ARTERY 20 Conference by one year to 2021 in Nancy, France.
We nevertheless want to maintain some ARTERY activity in 2020. Hence, the ARTERY Executive committee has decided to hold a virtual ARTERY 20 meeting this year. This year’s meeting will be dedicated to Early Career Researchers presenting their work, and will span two half days. Attendance will be open to investigators of all ages. In addition, everyone that registers will have access to videos, abstracts and posters.
Dates: Friday 23 (afternoon) and Saturday 24 October (morning). Exact modalities, times, and programme will be announced.
We are certain that, albeit virtually, this conference will bring the ARTERY family together as it always does!
The originally planned Nancy conference will be held in October 2021. The exact date will be communicated later.
Call for Abstracts – Now Closed
The ARTERY Executive and Young Investigator Committees welcomed Early Career Researcher abstract submissions dealing with all aspects of basic and clinical science related to large artery structure and function – on topics such as imaging, bioengineering, haemodynamics, epidemiology, pharmacology, treatments, preventive measures, biochemical mediators, lipids and inflammation. We will host (online) both oral and poster presentations. Virtual ARTERY 20 will provide an excellent opportunity for Early Career Researchers to interact and discuss their work with a highly informed audience. During this time of change and uncertainty, one of the benefits of Virtual ARTERY 20 is that you can access late-breaking science, catch up on education and share in ongoing conversations at times that work for you. Furthermore, the abstracts can also include multimedia files such as videos and figures that are extremely useful in Virtual meetings.
Abstracts will be published in ARTERY Research Journal.
We will not enforce a strict age/career cut-off, but we will prioritise submissions of more junior researchers. In particular, Early Career Researchers (age < 40 years and/or within 10 years from completion of PhD/equivalent) are invited to submit.
We thank you for your understanding,
ARTERY Executive Committee
We thank you for your participation in ARTERY 19. This was a very successful event and all information relating to ARTERY 19 is available under Past Conferences.
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