It will provide a forum for investigators and trainees from around the world to share and exchange ideas related to cutting edge research in vascular biology. The entire program features prominent speakers from around the globe in addition to oral and poster presentations by abstract authors, and vendors who demonstrate the latest products, services, and technology in the fields of vascular biology.
Vascular Biology will feature two NAVBO Workshops and special sessions on therapeutics, resolution inflammation and signaling in inflammation.
This is a great opportunity for you to reach this diverse audience.
Plan now to exhibit at this premiere event in the field of vascular biology. Meet with your colleagues from around the world (on average 20-25% of our attendees are international) and display your latest technology, supplies and equipment to professionals in the fields of vascular and cardiovascular biology.
NAVBO Workshops provide in-depth, cross-disciplinary approaches to subject matter. These workshops bring together leading scientists in cell biology, signal transduction, developmental biology, immunology, cardiology, molecular biology, as well as pathology and physiology who have an underlying interest in vascular biology. We expect 400 participants and approximately 200 abstracts. Usually half of the attendees are senior investigators and about 25% are postdoctoral fellows. The remainder of the attendees are a mix of graduate students and clinician-scientists.
The entire program features prominent speakers and, in addition, there are oral and poster presentations by abstract authors, and exhibitors who demonstrate the latest products, services, and technology in the fields of vascular biology.
Since 1994, the North American Vascular Biology Organization (NAVBO) has provided a forum for vascular biologists who are either in the traditional basic science disciplines (structural/molecular biology, cell biology, physiology) or studying the pathogenesis and treatment of human disease in disciplines such as medicine, pathology, surgery. NAVBO's membership is a mixture of scientists with different backgrounds and thus inherently different viewpoints on the same scientific problems. This makes for lively discussions and mutual education at our meetings and workshops. NAVBO provides the opportunity to communicate with a diverse cross-section of colleagues enhancing this discovery process, which will facilitate rapid translation into practical remedies.
*This is biennial a meeting.
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