Posts Tagged ‘meeting report’

November 17th, 2013

Remaking the Heart: Stem Cells, Patches, Scaffolds, and More

Which advance in regenerative cardiovascular biology has the best chance of being translated into a clinical treatment? A cardiology Fellow ponders cutting-edge science presentations at AHA.13.

November 17th, 2013

Early-Career Sessions at AHA 2013: Pearls, Personal Insights, and Powerhouse Presentations

Another perspective on the fellows-in-training sessions from the first day of AHA 2013

November 16th, 2013

Advice for Fellows-in-Training: Focus, Persistence Are Keys

One of CardioExchange’s blogging fellows shares her highlights of the AHA’s fellows-in-training sessions.

November 16th, 2013

Becoming a Cardiovascular Investigator – Treading in Deep Waters, or a Sure Shot Toward a Successful Future?

One of CardioExchange’s blogging fellows asks the question: Is it possible to succeed as a young investigator in the current funding climate?

November 16th, 2013

A Critical Time for Health Research?

A Cardiology fellow shares his thoughts on some key issues in healthcare as he prepares for the 2013 AHA Scientific Sessions.

September 1st, 2013

A TASTE of Today and Tomorrow

A fellow at ESC 2013 muses on the changes in how medical information is disseminated and accessed.

September 1st, 2013

An Almost Striking Start to ESC

A fellow reports on some of the biggest presentations and most interesting finds at ESC 2013.

September 1st, 2013

ESC.13 Headquarters

Find all of our ESC.13 coverage here.

October 14th, 2010

Want to Blog with Other Fellows at the AHA?


CardioExchange is looking for a few cardiology fellows who are planning to attend the AHA meeting on November 13-17 to blog at the meeting. If you’re interested, drop us a line. Let us know the dates that you plan to be at the meeting and any subspecialty or research interest that you might have. The only […]

September 3rd, 2010

ESC: Similarities and Differences

Many things about ESC  felt different compared to other conferences I’ve attended  — and as many felt the same. The basics were familiar— the welcome booths, the exhibits, and the masses of semi-serious looking people sporting the requisite badge-plus-bag accessory combo. (Thank goodness the bags were bright green and easy to spot from a mile away, […]