The Scientific Council supports the work of the Executive Committee.
Its responsibilities include proposing topics for future annual scientific meetings, reviewing scientific papers for Artery Research, and assisting with the review of abstracts submitted for the annual scientific meeting.
The Scientific Council meets once a year, at the annual scientific meeting of the Society. The term of office for Scientific Council members is three years.
Artery members listed below join the Executive Committee members to form the full Scientific Council.
Chair of Artery Council:
Professor Alun Hughes, UK
Professor James Cameron, Australia
Dr Rachel Climie, Australia
Professor Stephane Laurent, France
Dr Gary Mitchell, USA
Professor Peter Nilsson, Sweden
Dr Koen Reesink, The Netherlands
Professor Patrick Segers, Belgium
Professor Areti Triantafyllou, Greece
Professor James Sharman, Australia
Professor Siegfried Wassertheurer, Austria
Professor Ian Wilkinson, UK
Professor Reuven Zimlichman, Israel
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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).
5th to 7th October 2023
Abstracts deadline extended to 12th July 2023.
Registration is Open.
Career Development Lecture Applications close on 12th July 2023.
Bundeskunsthalle Museum, Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany GmbH, Museum Mile Bonn, Helmut-Kohl-Allee 4, 53113, Bonn, Germany
The Abstract submission deadline has been extended until Wednesday 12th July!
ARTERY welcomes abstracts for both oral and poster presentations dealing with clinical research, experimental studies, epidemiology, biomechanical, methodological, and imaging research related to large artery structure and function. The presentation of data at this meeting will provide the opportunity for scientific interaction and discussion with a highly informed audience.
Abstract submissions are very much encouraged, and prizes will be awarded for the best oral presentation by a Young Investigator and the best poster presentation. The winner of each category will be announced at the conference. All abstracts will be published in the programme and abstract book.
Using the abstract submission system:
Submitting an abstract is a multi-step process. Some questions are marked “required” and you will not be able to complete your submission until these questions have been answered. You will save your work as you proceed through the pages. If you must stop part way through the process your submission will be saved, but not submitted until you return later and complete all the questions. When you log in again you can click on your incomplete abstract and resume submission
please click here to read the full abstract submission information before you submit your abstract.
Please click on the button below to view the Preliminary Programme.
ARTERY Conference Dinner
Friday 6 October
The ARTERY 23 conference dinner, which includes award announcements will be held on Friday 6 October. Full details will be announced shortly. If you have already registered it will be possible to log back into your registration and buy a ticket for this event.
Watch this space!
The button below will take you to an independent accommodation booking system, which will provide a list of available hotels and the distance from the venue. To get the best rates please only click through to the accommodation when you are ready to book.
The headquarter hotel for ARTERY23 is the Living Hotel Kanzler, Adenaueralle 148, Bonn, NW 53113, DE
Career Development Lecture
The Career Development Lecture is one of the highlights of the ARTERY annual meeting.
Three junior post-doctoral researchers are given the opportunity to give a 15 minute presentation, highlighting and contextualizing important findings and achievements from their career to date, as well as presenting future plans. This is contrary to a regular conference abstract presentation which would be an in-depth presentation about a particular study.
The winner of the Artery Career Development Lecture is awarded €500 and the winner’s name is engraved on a perpetual silver platter.
Applications close on Wednesday 12th July 2023 at 11.59pm BST
Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities
We are pleased to invite companies with an interest in the field of large artery structure and function to support ARTERY23 and VascAgeNet, an established network that works to refine, harmonise and promote the use of vascular ageing measures, in order to improve clinical practice and to reduce the burden of CVD globally.
Our 23rd ARTERY conference continues to focus on all aspects of arterial structure and function. All organisations representing relevant aspects of basic and clinical science are welcome – imaging, bioengineering, haemodynamics, epidemiology, pharmacology, treatments, preventive measures etc. Other aspects include biochemical mediators, lipids and inflammation, and we also welcome companies focusing on these areas.
As exhibitors, you will have many opportunities to meet conference participants, particularly during the dedicated guided exhibition tours, refreshment breaks, and Networking Poster Sessions.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any enqueries and questions.
We hope you had a fantastic time attending ARTERY 22 in Nancy, France at The Prouvé Congress Center. It was great to see some familiar faces and welcome new participants. If you were unable to attend, we have recordings from the sessions which will be available for viewing in due course. Congratulations once again to this year's award winners.
We would like to thank all 205 delegates who attended, speakers, poster presenters, exhibitors, and the Local Organising Committee who helped make the conference a success!
Thank you to everyone who joined us in Paris for our conference in October 2021! ARTERY 21 was the first in-person event for over 18 months for so many of our participants and we were delighted to see old friends and welcome new ones, both in Paris and on-line. We had over 150 delegates attending from 35 countries. We want to say thank you to everyone who planned, presented or attended ARTERY 21 and helped to make it a resounding success.
Please click here to view the ARTERY 2021 Programme and Book of Abstracts.
Congratulations to all the Award Winners. More information is available to view here.
If you were unable to join us for our virtual conference in October 2020 that was dedicated to Early Career Researchers, the final programme and book of abstracts can be downloaded now.
Please click here to view the ARTERY 2020 Programme and Book of Abstracts.
Thank you to everyone who participated in ARTERY 2020. We look forward to meeting you in Paris on online in October 2021.