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Program at a Glance,Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. May 6 2015 May 7 2015 May 8 2015 May 9 2015,7 00 am Registration Early Registration Early. Continental Career Continental Career, Separate registration may be required Breakfast Training Breakfast Training. for the meetings listed below Exhbits Session Exhibits Session PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP. 7 30 am 8 00 10 00 8 00 9 30 Registration my americanheart org. Conference Opening and Plenary Session III,8 00 am 8 00 6 00. Plenary Session I Highlights from the ATVB,Functional Genomics.
Enhancer Biology and,Journal 8 30 10 30,Poster Session and. I m a Member Are You,Epigenetics Continenetal Breakfast. Being a part of the ATVB Council has been,9 30 am 10 00 10 30. Refreshment Break,9 30 10 00, Refreshment Break Did you know Members receive instrumental in my career development I. even more resources than before, Exhibits Exhibits encourage all early career investigators to join.
10 00 am 10 00 11 45 our council which has strong early career. Concurrent Session III programs and numerous opportunities to. 10 30 am 10 30 12 15 10 30 NOON,Concurrent Session I. A Lipoprotein,Metabolism and, Plenary Session V Learn more today about how you can access get involved in the mission of the AHA The. A Mechanisms of Invited Lecture Series,Atherosclerosis. Therapeutic Targets, Hoeg Aw ard Lecture the best science and professionals in ATVB PVD Spring Meeting provides junior. B Blood Coagulation and senior investigators opportunities to. B Molecular,and Antithrombotic, Keynote Lecture your field and across multiple disciplines.
Developmental and, Distinguished Lecture network exchange ideas and learn about the. Cellular Biology of the, C Aortic Aneurysm and Professional Membership benefits include latest scientific discoveries. Vessel Wall,Carotid Artery Disease,C Translational Science Kathryn J Moore PhD FAHA. 11 30 am of Vascular Medicine 11 45 1 00 The AHA research grant application fee is. Molecular Imaging The Mentor of Women being waived for members Apply today at Member since 2002. Award Luncheon, NOON NOON 6 00 12 15 1 15 ticket required NOON my americanheart org research. KinMet Meet the Professor PVD Luncheon Closing Remarks Adjourn. Considerable savings on all AHA ASA conferences Stop by our Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular. Luncheon ticket required, ticket required Or lunch on your own Save up to 300 on our smaller specialty conferences Biology booth by the registration area and receive a free.
HDL Structure Function, Or lunch on your own gift pullover when you join or renew membership. Workshop and up to 400 on our largest annual Scientific. Saturday Sunday,1 00 pm 1 00 6 00 1 15 2 45 1 00 3 00. Separate registration required Sessions conference. CAAC Plenary Session II Plenary Session IV, 1 30 pm Online access to any seven AHA scientific journals. Symposium Inflammation Thrombosis Young Investigator. 2 00 pm and Vascular Disease Award Competition of your choice full text. Brinkhous Prize and, 2 30 pm Page Award Free access to Science OnDemand Products. 3 00 pm 3 00 7 00 2 45 3 15 3 00 3 30 Over 300 value. ATVB PVD Refreshment Break Refreshment Break, Registration Exhibits Exhibits Opportunity to network with peers meet and work with.
3 30 pm 3 15 5 00 3 30 5 15 experts in the field and participate on committees. Concurrent Session II Concurrent Session IV writing groups and AHA sponsored programs. A Apolipoproteins and A Diabetes Obesity and, Lipid Metabolism Metabolic Disorders Specific benefits dependent upon membership tier. B Immunity and B Platelet Production Restrictions apply Visit my americanheart org membership. for more information Pullover,Inflammation in Vascular Signaling and Function. Biology and Thrombosis C Genomics,C Translational Science Epigenomics and. of Vascular Medicine,Mechanistic Biomarkers,Stem Cells in Vascular. Become a part of our international community,4 30 pm 4 30 6 30 of more than 32 000 members.
Next Generation, Technology Bootcamp For more information call 1 800 787 8984 or. 5 00 pm 5 00 5 30 1 301 223 2307 outside U S or email customer. Special NHLBI Report service at ahaonline lww com,5 30 pm 5 30 7 30 5 45 7 00 5 30 7 30. Poster Moderated Poster Session Or go to my americanheart org membership. Session PVD Poster and Reception,and enter promo code AFJ055ZZ scanlife com. 6 30 pm and Session,7 00 pm 7 00 10 00,7 30 pm 7 30 10 30. Reception 2015 American Heart Association 3 15DS9098. ATVB PVD Council,8 00 pm and Dinner,ticket required.
Legend Plenary Session Poster Session Meals Breaks. Concurrent Session Presentation Skills Training Other Meetings of Interest. Author Index 235,Oral Abstracts 31,Poster Abstracts 52. Conference Highlights,Early Career Activities 11,New in 2015 10. Lectures and Awards 13,Abstract Reviewers 7,Invited Moderators 6. Invited Presenters 5,Program Committee 4,General Information. Learning Objectives 9,Exhibits 9,Information for Presenters.
Speaker Resource Room 10,Poster Set up Tear Down Schedule 10. ePosters 10,Other Meetings of Interest 19,Policy Information 18. Program Agenda,Thursday May 7 20,Friday May 8 25,Saturday May 9 30. Room Locator 8,Ticketed Events,ATVB PVD Joint Council Dinner 12. Meet the Professor Luncheon 12,Mentor of Women Luncheon 12.
PVD Council Luncheon 12,Web Resources 17,Save the Date. ATVB PVD 2016 Scientific Sessions, May 4 6 2016 I Omni Nashville I Nashville Tennessee. Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information. Questions and Information, If you have questions after reading this program contact the. American Heart Association National Center Dallas Texas. Telephone 888 242 2453 inside the United States,214 570 5935 outside the United States. Fax 214 373 3406,Email scientificconferences heart org.
Website my americanheart org,Professional Membership Customer Service. Lippincott Williams Wilkins,Telephone 800 787 8984 inside the United States. 301 223 2307 ooutside the United States,Fax 301 223 2327. Email ahaonline lww com,For information on upcoming American Heart. Association Scientific Conferences visit,my americanheart org.
To access a schedule of future conferences sponsored by. AHA follow these simple steps,Log on to my americanheart org. From the home page click on the Sessions tab in,the upper navigation bar. Select the conference you are interested in attending. for more details such as Conference Description,Learning Objectives and Venue Information. If you have additional questions please email us, at scientificconferences heart org or call toll free. 888 242 2453, 2 Become an AHA ASA Professional Member and save up to 300 off next year s registration Use promo code AFJ055ZZ.
Letter from the Chair and Vice Chair,Dear Colleague. On behalf of the American Heart Association the Council on Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular. Biology the Council on Peripheral Vascular Disease and the Council on Functional Genomics and. Translational Biology we welcome you to the ATVB PVD 2015 Scientific Sessions. The conference provides unique opportunities to meet with colleagues from around the world with wide. ranging research interests and expertise within the research communities of arteriosclerosis thrombosis. vascular biology functional genomics peripheral vascular disease and vascular surgery The primary goal. of this conference is to provide a forum for the timely exchange of information about new and emerging. scientific research in lipids and lipoproteins arteriosclerosis thrombosis vascular biology genomics. and peripheral vascular disease In addition to invited plenary lectures and concurrent sessions there. will be oral presentations of selected abstracts and 3 lively poster sessions On Thursday integrated. translational sessions in vascular medicine developed collaboratively by the PVD and ATVB Councils will. address the intersection of basic and clinical sciences and provide opportunities for collaboration at the. translational interface in PVD and ATVB related science There are concurrent sessions and a moderated. poster session centered on peripheral vascular disease themed abstracts On Friday in collaboration. with the Council on Functional Genomics and Translational Biology a first of its kind hands on Next. Generation Technology Bootcamp is planned that will teach attendees how to leverage and use cutting. edge genomic technologies and specifically to use publicly available resources in their research Pre. registration is required to attend the Bootcamp, One of the areas of emphasis for this conference is to encourage interactions between young. scientists and more senior scientists in their research area to foster dialogue and facilitate the. exchange of ideas The format of the conference with many invited presentations as well as a. dedicated focus on poster presentations is intended to maximize a thought provoking flow of. information and discourse among scientists, We hope you will find the ATVB PVD 2015 Scientific Sessions an excellent educational and academic. experience and a great opportunity to network with scientists from around the world who are. dedicated to building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Muredach P Reilly,MB MS FAHA Philip S Tsao PhD,Chair ATVB PVD Vice Chair ATVB PVD. 2015 Scientific Sessions 2015 Scientific Sessions, Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information 3.
The American Heart Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is. Building healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. The American Heart Association thanks the ATVB and PVD Councils for their contribution. in support of the ATVB Travel Awards for Young Investigators. The American Heart Association is grateful to the members of the Program Committee for. their dedication and leadership in planning the program. Program Committee, Joshua A Beckman MD MS Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Michael S Conte MD University of California San Francisco San Francisco California. Edward Conway MD PhD MBA University of British Columbia Vancouver British Columbia Canada. Mark Crowther MD MSc FRCPC McMaster University Hamilton Ontario Canada. John Curci MD Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville Tennessee. Alan Daugherty PhD DSc FAHA University of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky. W Sean Davidson PhD University of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio. Xiaoping Du MD PhD University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago Illinois. Robert C Flaumenhaft MD PhD Harvard Medical School Boston Massachusetts. Jennifer Hall PhD University of Minnesota Minneapolis Minnesota. David G Harrison MD FAHA Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Nashville Tennessee. Catherine C Hedrick PhD FAHA La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology La Jolla California. Ken ichi Hirata MD Kobe University School of Medicine Kobe Japan. Joseph Italiano PhD Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Iftikhar Kullo MD FAHA FACC Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota. Steven R Lentz MD PhD FAHA University of Iowa Iowa City Iowa. Lars Maegdefessl MD PhD Karolinska Institute Stockholm Sweden. Ziad Mallat MD PhD University of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom. Jordan D Miller PhD Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota. Sanjay Misra MD Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota, Kathryn J Moore PhD FAHA New York University New York New York. Kiran Musunuru MD PhD MPH Harvard University Cambridge Massachusetts. Gregory Piazza MD Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston Massachusetts. J Geoffrey Pickering MD PhD FRCPC Robarts Research Institute London Ontario Canada. Jorge Plutzky MD Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Katey Rayner PhD University of Ottawa Heart Institute Ottawa Ontario Canada. Muredach P Reilly MB MS FAHA Conference Chair University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Kerry Anne Rye PhD FAHA University of New South Wales Kensington NSW Australia. Daisy Sahoo PhD Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee Wisconsin. Jonathan D Smith PhD FAHA Cleveland Clinic Cleveland Ohio. Philip S Tsao PhD Stanford University School of Medicine and VA Palo Alto Health Care System Stanford California. Hong Wang MD PhD EMBA Temple University School of Medicine Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Karol Watson MD PhD FAHA UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles California. Andrew S Weyrich PhD University of Utah Salt Lake City Utah. Alisa Wolberg PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill North Carolina. 4 Become an AHA ASA Professional Member and save up to 300 off next year s registration Use promo code AFJ055ZZ. Invited Presenters, Sonia Anand MD PhD FRCPC McMaster University Hamilton Ontario Canada. Jeffrey S Berger MD MS FAHA FACC New York University School of Medicine New York New York. Alan Daugherty PhD DSc FAHA University of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky. Xiaoping Du MD PhD University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago Illinois. Garret A FitzGerald MD University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Jane E Freedman MD University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester Massachusetts. Bruce Furie MD Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston Massachusetts. Zorina Galis PhD NIH NHLBI Bethesda Maryland, Christopher Glass MD PhD FAHA University of California San Diego San Diego California. Jay Horton MD University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas Texas. Paul Kubes PhD University of Calgary Calgary Alberta Canada. Jonathan R Lindner MD Oregon Health Science University Portland Oregon. Esther Lutgens MD PhD University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Netherlands. Kathleen A Martin PhD Yale University School of Medicine New Haven Connecticut. Kiran Musunuru MD PhD MPH Harvard University Cambridge Massachusetts. Christopher Overall PhD University of British Columbia Vancouver British Columbia Canada. Len A Pennacchio PhD Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley California. Jorge Plutzky MD Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Katey Rayner PhD University of Ottawa Heart Institute Ottawa Ontario Canada. Robert O Ryan PhD Children s Hospital of Oakland Research Institute Oakland California. Lakshmi Santhanam PhD Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland. Ann Marie Schmidt MD New York University Langone Medical Center New York New York. Hiroaki Shimokawa MD PhD FAHA Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine Sendai Japan. Janet D Sparks PhD FAHA University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester New York. Ahmed Tawakol MD Massachusetts General Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Roger Y Tsien PhD Howard Hughes Medical Institute UCSD San Diego California. Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information 5. Invited Moderators, Sonia Anand MD PhD FRCPC McMaster University Hamilton Ontario Canada.
Jeffrey S Berger MD MS FAHA FACC New York University School of Medicine New York New York. Michael S Conte MD University of California San Francisco San Francisco California. John Curci MD Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville Tennessee. W Sean Davidson PhD University of Cincinnati Cincinnati Ohio. Jie Du PhD Capital Medical University Beijing Institute of Heart Lung and Blood Vessel Diseases. Bejing Anzhen Hospital Beijing China, Xiaoping Du MD PhD University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago Illinois. Robert C Flaumenhaft MD PhD Harvard Medical School Boston Massachusetts. Jane E Freedman MD University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester Massachusetts. Bruce Furie MD Harvard Medical School Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston Massachusetts. Catherine C Hedrick PhD FAHA La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology La Jolla California. Jay Horton MD University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas Texas. Joseph Italiano PhD Brigham and Women s Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Jonathan R Lindner MD Oregon Health Science University Portland Oregon. Esther Lutgens MD PhD University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Netherlands. Lars Maegdefessl MD PhD Karolinska Institute Stockholm Sweden. Kathleen A Martin PhD Yale University School of Medicine New Haven Connecticut. Jordan D Miller PhD Mayo Clinic Rochester Minnesota. Kathryn J Moore PhD FAHA New York University New York New York. Kiran Musunuru MD PhD MPH Harvard University Cambridge Massachusetts. Katey Rayner PhD University of Ottawa Heart Institute Ottawa Ontario Canada. Muredach P Reilly MB MS FAHA University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Robert O Ryan PhD Children s Hospital of Oakland Research Institute Oakland California. Lakshmi Santhanam PhD Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland. Ann Marie Schmidt MD New York University Langone Medical Center New York New York. Jonathan D Smith PhD FAHA Cleveland Clinic Cleveland Ohio. Janet D Sparks PhD FAHA University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester New York. Ahmed Tawakol MD Massachusetts General Hospital Boston Massachusetts. Philip S Tsao PhD Stanford University School of Medicine and VA Palo Alto Health Care System Stanford California. Hong Wang MD PhD EMBA Temple University School of Medicine Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Karol Watson MD PhD FAHA UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles California. Alisa Wolberg PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill North Carolina. 6 Become an AHA ASA Professional Member and save up to 300 off next year s registration Use promo code AFJ055ZZ. Abstract Reviewers, The conference organizers gratefully acknowledge the following individuals for their assistance. with the abstract grading process, Jun ichi Abe MD PhD FAHA Alyssa Hasty PhD Kathleen G Raman MD MPH. Sonia Anand MD PhD FRCPC Robert Hegele MD FRCPC FACP FAHA Anna Randi MD PhD. Michael Autieri PhD Peter Henke MD Gwendalyn Randolph PhD. Hugh Barrett PhD FAHA Scott Heximer PhD Katey Rayner PhD. Matthias Barton MD FAHA Ken ichi Hirata MD Catherine Reardon PhD FAHA. Joshua A Beckman MD MS Murray Huff PhD FAHA FCAHS Muredach P Reilly MB MS FAHA. Scott A Berceli MD PhD Benjamin M Jackson MD Alan Remaley MD PhD. Jeffrey Berger MD MS Ion S Jovin MD Annabelle Rodriquez Oquendo MD. Ralf Brandes MD FAHA Melina Kibbe MD RVB Anand Rohatgi MD. Dennis Bruemmer MD Ester Soo Kim MD Wolfram Ruf MD FAHA. Anil K Chauhan PhD Victoria L King PhD Robert Ryan PhD. Michael S Conte MD Ekaterina Koltsova MD PhD Kerry Anne Rye PhD FAHA. Marina Cuchel MD PhD Iftikhar Kullo MD FAHA FACC Ulka Sachdev MD. John A Curci MD FACS William R Lagor PhD Daisy Sahoo PhD. Alan Dardik MD PhD FACS Nicholas Leeper MD Danish Saleheen MBBS PhD. Alan Daugherty PhD DSc FAHA Stephanie Lehoux PhD Tamer Sallam MD. Mark Davies MD PhD Steven R Lentz MD PhD FAHA Lakshmi Santhanam PhD. Xiaoping Du MD PhD Jie Li PhD Ann Marie Schmidt MD. Daniel T Eitzman MD Patricia Liaw PhD Amy Shah MD, Parham Eshtehardi MD Jonathan Lindner MD John P Sheehan MD. William P Fay MD FAHA Hong Lu MD PhD Hiroaki Shimokawa MD PhD. Sergio Fazio MD PhD Esther Lutgens MD PhD Preetha Shridas PhD. Maria Febbraio PhD Nigel Mackman PhD FAHA Mary Sorci Thomas PhD FAHA. Aloke V Finn MD Lars Maegdefessel MD PhD Janet Sparks PhD FAHA. Edward Fisher MD PhD FAHA Amy S Major PhD Filip K Swirski PhD. Garret FitzGerald MD Ziad Mallat MD PhD Elizabeth J Tarling PhD. Ingrid Fleming PhD FAHA Kathleen Martin PhD Ryan Temel PhD. Gabrielle Fredman PhD Dianna M Milewicz MD PhD Dwight Towler MD PhD. Jane E Freedman MD Jordan Miller PhD Bernado L Trigatti PhD. Bruce Furie MD Sanjay Misra MD Phillip S Tsao PhD, Elena Galkina PhD Kathryn J Moore PhD FAHA Thomas Vallim PhD.
Katherine A Gallagher MD Kiran Musunuru MD PhD Eric P van der Veer PhD. Ming C Gong MD PhD Rama Natarajan PhD FAHA FASN Geerten P van Nieuw Amerongen PhD. Heather Gornik MD Marvin Nieman PhD FAHA Hong Wang MD PhD. Kathy K Griendling PhD FAHA Wayne Orr PhD Nancy R Webb PhD. Peter L Gross MD MSc FRCPC John S Parks PhD FAHA Jeffrey Weitz MD FACP. Tilo Grosser MD Greg Piazza MD Geoff Werstuck PhD, Zhenheng Guo PhD Geoffrey J Pickering MD PhD Andy Weyrich PhD. Jennifer Hall PhD Iraklis I Pipinos MD Baohui Xu MD PhD. David G Harrison MD FAHA Henry Pownall PhD Wei Zhou MD. Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information 7. ROOM LOCATOR,Room Locator,Wednesday May 6 Friday May 8. CAAC Symposium Plaza Room B Communication Center Yosemite Room. ticket required Lobby Level Ballroom Level, CAAC China Night Reception Plaza Room A Continental Breakfast Yosemite Room. and Dinner Lobby Level Ballroom Level,ticket required Young Investigator Grand Ballroom. CSATVB Poster Session Imperial Ballroom B Award Competition Lower Concourse. and Reception Ballroom Level Concurrent Session A Imperial Ballroom A. KinMet 2015 Plaza Room B Ballroom Level, Lobby Level Concurrent Session B Imperial Ballroom B.
Exhibits Yosemite Room Ballroom Level,Ballroom Level Concurrent Session C Plaza Room A. Registration Yosemite Room Lobby Level, Ballroom Level Early Career Training Imperial Ballroom A. Speaker Resource Room Yosemite Room Ballroom Level. Ballroom Level Exhibits Yosemite Room, Vascular Research Initiatives Imperial Ballroom A Ballroom Level. Conference VRIC 2015 Ballroom Level Mentor of Women Award Plaza Room B. separate registration required Luncheon ticket required Lobby Level. Thursday May 7 Next Generation Technology Plaza Room B. Communication Center Yosemite Room Bootcamp ticket required Lobby Level. Ballroom Level PVD Luncheon Franciscan A, Continental Breakfast Yosemite Room ticket required Ballroom Level. Ballroom Level Plenary Sessions Grand Ballroom B, Concurrent Session A Imperial Ballroom A Grand Ballroom Level.
Ballroom Level Poster Session Grand Ballroom A, Concurrent Session B Imperial Ballroom B and Reception Grand Ballroom Level. Ballroom Level Refreshment Breaks Yosemite Room,Concurrent Session C Plaza Room A Ballroom Level. Lobby Level Registration Yosemite Room, Early Career Training Imperial Ballroom A Ballroom Level. Ballroom Level Speaker Resource Room Yosemite Room. Exhibits Yosemite Room Ballroom Level, Ballroom Level ATVB PVD Joint Council Continental Ballroom 4 5. Meet the Professor Luncheon Plaza Room B Dinner ticket required Ballroom Level. ticket required Lobby Level Saturday May 9, Moderated PVD Grand Ballroom B Communication Center Yosemite Room.
Poster Session Grand Ballroom Level Ballroom Level. Plenary Sessions Grand Ballroom B Continental Breakfast Grand Ballroom A. Grand Ballroom Level Grand Ballroom Level, Poster Session Grand Ballroom A HDL Workshop Plaza A B. and Reception Grand Ballroom Level 1 30 6 00 pm Lobby Level. Refreshment Breaks Yosemite Room Plenary Sessions Grand Ballroom B. Ballroom Level Grand Ballroom Level, Registration Yosemite Room Poster Session Grand Ballroom A. Ballroom Level Grand Ballroom Level, Speaker Resource Room Yosemite Room Registration Yosemite Room. Ballroom Level Ballroom Level,Speaker Resource Room Yosemite Room. Ballroom Level,Sunday May 10,HDL Workshop Plaza A B.
8 00 am 12 00 pm Lobby Level, 8 Become an AHA ASA Professional Member and save up to 300 off next year s registration Use promo code AFJ055ZZ. GENERAL INFORMATION,General Information, This 2 day meeting is sponsored by the Council on Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology and the Peripheral. Vascular Disease Council in cooperation with the Council on Functional Genomics and Translational Biology and the Society for. Vascular Surgery The meeting includes diverse disciplines within the arteriosclerosis thrombosis vascular biology functional. genomics peripheral vascular disease and vascular surgery research communities that allow investigators to explore areas of. cross disciplinary interests Special lectures discussions and oral and poster presentations are planned The meeting format is. designed to provide opportunities for intense interaction among participants during sessions and breaks We expect a broad. representation from many disciplines and encourage young scientists to attend. Learning Objectives, At the conclusion of the conference participants will be able to. 1 Review recent advances in knowledge regarding the role of LDL C and non HDL C in atherosclerosis the 2013. ACC AHA cholesterol guidelines and the clinical implications for improving cardiovascular outcomes. 2 Describe recent findings regarding the role and mechanism of action of triglyceride rich lipoproteins TGRL in. cardiovascular disease approaches to assess TGRL proteins the results of large genetic studies implicating. TGRL in atherosclerosis and the clinical relevance of this research. 3 Identify current controversies in the contribution of HDL C to atherosclerosis and their clinical implications. 4 Evaluate recent research related to HDL C mechanisms in cardiovascular disease including HDL C function. assessment and implications for the prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis. 5 Review the latest research into the signaling and genetic pathways involved in vascular dysfunction the implications. of such research for new therapeutic options and management and participate in the Next Generation Technology. Bootcamp on genomics, 6 Describe current efforts to reverse atherosclerotic damage through medical therapy and vascular regeneration. 7 Identify novel genomic and circulating biomarkers that could be used to assess CVD risk and discuss the strengths. and weaknesses of each, 8 Describe the biology of cardiometabolic pathways and risk factors as they relate to the development and progression.
of cardiovascular disease and diabetes and discuss potential options for management. 9 Review novel mechanisms and emerging antithrombotics that reduce atherothrombosis without increasing the. bleeding risk, Beginning Wednesday afternoon visit the Exhibits located in the Yosemite Room Exhibits will be open during registration. hours breaks and lunch A Communication Center will also be available during Exhibit hours. Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information 9. PRSENTER INFORMATION,Information for Presenters,Speaker Resource Room. The Speaker Resource Room is located in the Yosemite Room across from the registration desk Speakers are asked to. deliver their presentations on CD ROM DVD ROM or a USB storage device to the Speaker Resource Room at least 3 hours. before the beginning of the session in which they will speak Presenters who will speak on Thursday May 7 may check in. beginning at 3 00 pm on Wednesday May 6 but we request that you check in before 6 00 pm This will allow you time to. prepare rehearse and finalize your presentation before you submit it It is imperative that you review your presentation in. the Speaker Resource Room if it contains video files or was created on a Mac Speakers will be directed to a preloading. station where a technician will be on hand to load the presentations Speakers may also use this room to review and practice. their presentations on both PCs and Mac computers The Speaker Resource Room will be open during the following hours. Wednesday May 6 Thursday May 7 Friday May 8 Saturday May 9. 3 00 7 00 pm 7 00 am 6 00 pm 7 00 am 6 00 pm 7 30 10 30 am. Abstract Presentations, Abstracts presented at ATVB PVD 2015 will be published after the conference in the online ATVB journal Each conference. registrant will receive a copy of the abstracts in the registration materials. Abstracts 1 64 will be presented orally, Abstracts 100 724 will be presented as posters as follows. Poster Session I Thursday May 7 5 30 7 30 pm attended abstracts 100 306. Poster Session II Friday May 8 5 30 7 30 pm attended abstracts 307 513. Poster Session III Saturday May 9 8 30 10 30 am attended abstracts 520 724. Abstract poster presenters are asked to comply with the set up and tear down schedule shown below. Poster Session Date Presentation Time Attendance Time Set up Time Tear Down Time. 5 30 7 30 pm 5 30 7 30 pm 11 00 am 4 30 pm 7 30 8 30 pm. Thursday May 7,Session II, 5 30 7 30 pm 5 30 7 30 pm 11 00 am 4 30 pm 7 30 9 30 pm.
Friday May 8, Session III 8 30 10 30 am 8 30 10 30 am 10 00 pm Friday 10 30 am 12 30 pm. Saturday May 9 8 00 am Saturday Saturday, In addition to the traditional poster format poster abstract presenters were invited to upload their posters electronically. During the meeting ePosters are available only to attendees and may be viewed from the Communication Center which is. located in the registration area Posters will be accessible to the general public after May 20. QR Codes for ePosters, QR codes enable attendees with smartphones to view ePosters and if applicable the author s narration of the poster QR. codes for all ATVB PVD ePosters will be displayed on the poster boards. 10 Become an AHA ASA Professional Member and save up to 300 off next year s registration Use promo code AFJ055ZZ. CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS, Conference Highlights Early Career Activities and Ticketed Events. Early Career Activities, Join us on Thursday and Friday for these sessions targeted for Early Career Attendees The training sessions are open to all.
attendees but are specifically targeted to early career participants No advance registration is required but seating is limited. Thursday May 7 7 00 8 00 am,Early Career Training Session. Succeeding at Every Stage Insights from the Early Career Committee. Imperial Ballroom A, This session focuses on how to achieve success in your post doctoral fellowship how to successfully acquire transition grants. and keys to successfully negotiating your first independent position as a scientist or physician scientist Each topic is led by ECC. members who have been highly successful in the subject area. Applying for Your First Grant as PI Tips from New Investigators. Jordan Miller PhD Mayo Clinic Rochester MN,Thomas Vallim PhD UCLA Los Angeles CA. Randal Westrick PhD University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI. Building a Successful International Research Program 1 Perspectives from Asia. Hanrui Zhang MD PhD University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA. Miao Wang PhD Peking Union Medical College and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Beijing China. Hong Yu PhD Zhejiang University School of Medicine Hangzhou China. Xiuping Chen PhD University of Macau Macau China, Masanori Aikawa MD PhD Brigham and Women s Hospital Harvard Medical School Boston MA. Building a Successful International Research Program 2 Perspectives from Europe. Lars Maegdefessel MD PhD Karolinska Institute Stockholm Sweden. Esther Lutgens MD PhD University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Netherlands. Clinical Practice and Research Lab Management A Balancing Act. Nick Leeper MD Stanford University Palo Alto CA, Marcel Liberman MD PhD Hospital Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein Sao Paulo Brazil.
I Didn t Get My Grant Now What Response to Reviews Common Mistakes. Katey Rayner PhD University of Ottawa Heart Institute Ottawa ON Canada. Catherine Martel PhD Montreal Heart Institute Montreal QC Canada. Guests from Stanford grant office, Sofie Kleppner PhD Associate Dean for Postdoctoral Affairs Stanford University. Crystal Botham PhD Director of Strategic Research Development Stanford University. Know your KangaR00 Preparing a Successful K99 R00 Application. Gabrielle Fredman PhD Columbia University New York NY. Cynthia St Hilaire PhD NIH NHLBI Bethesda MD,Friday May 8 7 00 8 00 am. Early Career Training Session,Imperial Ballroom A, Join us for an informal session and panel discussion entitled Breaking Into Translational Research for the PhD Scientist. This informal panel discussion is led by an expert group of basic scientists who have successfully incorporated translational. components into their research careers and built bridges between basic and clinical science The goal of this session is to. encourage post docs and junior faculty in the translation from bench to bedside. Gary Owens PhD University of Virginia Charlottesville VA. Jennifer Hall PhD University of Minnesota Minneapolis MN. Philip S Tsao PhD Stanford University School of Medicine and VA Palo Alto Health Care System Stanford CA. Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information 11. CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS, Conference Highlights Early Career Activities and Ticketed Events continued. New in 2015, Translational Science of Vascular Medicine on Thursday morning and afternoon includes integrated sessions that address.
the intersection of basic and clinical sciences and provide opportunities for basic and clinical scientists to collaborate at the. translational interface in vascular medicine The sessions emphasize Molecular Imaging and Mechanistic Biomarkers and. include invited talks as well as oral abstract presentations There will be a special report from Zorina Galis PhD Chief of the. NHLBI Vascular Biology and Hypertension Research Branch Her report will highlight the NHLBI Perspective on Translational. Opportunities for the ATVB and PVD Communities, Also on Thursday in Grand Ballroom B beginning at 5 45 pm there will be a moderated and innovative electronic poster session. featuring PVD related abstracts This session is open to all conference registrants. On Friday May 8 the Next Generation Technology Bootcamp will be held in Plaza Room B from 4 30 6 30 PM This session. will cover gene regulation and epigenetics ENCODE and other computational datasets and genome editing with the CRISPR. Cas9 system A separate ticket is required to attend This session is full check with the ATVB PVD registration desk to see if any. tickets are available,Ticketed Events, The following events are open to all attendees A separate nonrefundable fee is required to attend these events Tickets will be. sold at the registration desk Please check with staff at the Registration Desk for availability. The Meet the Professor Luncheon will be held in Plaza Room B located on the Lobby Level on Thursday May 7 at 12 15 pm. Expert roundtables on various topics will be hosted by faculty and members of the Early Career Committee A ticket 25 is. required to attend A list of participating faculty will be available at the ATVB PVD Registration Desk. Please join us in Plaza Room B located on the Lobby Level on Friday May 8 at 11 45 am for the Mentor of Women Award. Luncheon hosted by the ATVB Women s Leadership Committee The featured luncheon speaker is Hannah Valantine MD. Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity at the National Institutes of Health and a senior scientist in the intramural research. program Dr Valantine will present on Faculty Career Flexibility National Imperative During the luncheon finalists for the. Junior Investigator Award for Women will be announced and the ATVB Women s Leadership Committee Mentoring Award will be. presented The luncheon is open to all attendees however a ticket is required A separate nonrefundable fee of 45 is required. to attend this event, The PVD Council Luncheon will be held in Franciscan A located on the Ballroom Level on Friday May 8 at 11 45 am Please. join the PVD Council to acknowledge the 2015 recipients of the Hobson Award and the Mid Career Investigator Award recognize. new FAHAs and network with colleagues The luncheon is open to all attendees however a ticket is required A separate. nonrefundable fee of 35 is required to attend this event. Also on Friday join your colleagues for food drinks and entertainment at the ATVB PVD Joint Council Dinner to be held in. Continental Ballroom 4 5 Tickets if available may be purchased at Registration 60 per person for registrants and their guests. 30 for early career student trainee attendees, 12 Become an AHA ASA Professional Member and save up to 300 off next year s registration Use promo code AFJ055ZZ. CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS,Conference Highlights Lectures and Awards.
On Saturday morning May 9 plan to attend the Invited Lecture Series featuring the Jeffrey M Hoeg Arteriosclerosis. Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Award for Basic Science and Clinical Research Lecture the Keynote Lecture and the. Distinguished Lecture, At 10 30 am Alan E Mast MD PhD will present this year s Jeffrey M Hoeg Award Lecture This. lecture was established in 1999 to honor Jeffrey M Hoeg MD for his contribution in furthering the. understanding of the pathophysiology of atherosclerosis and the development of treatment strategies for. its prevention through both basic science and clinical research efforts. Alan Mast received a B S degree in biochemistry at the University of Illinois graduating Summa Cum. Laude He enrolled in the Medical Scientist Training Program at Duke University where he obtained. MD and PhD degrees and was elected into Alpha Omega Alpha His doctoral research focused on the. structure and function of the serpin superfamily of protease inhibitors A key finding from this work was the. description of the structural mechanism for the polymerization and inactivation of serpins that have now. been associated with several diseases including 1 antitrypsin deficiency Dr Mast performed residency. training in Laboratory Medicine and post doctoral research at Washington University in St Louis where. he began studies of Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor TFPI His graduate school and post doctoral work. led to receipt of the 1998 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers PECASE during. the Clinton Administration He served as Director of the Transfusion Medicine Service and Hematology. and Coagulation Laboratories at the VA Medical Center in Memphis TN and continued basic research. studies of TFPI biology He moved to Blood Center of Wisconsin in 2003 where he is currently a Senior. Investigator at the Blood Research Institute He is a recipient of an Established Investigator Award from the. American Heart Association and maintains NIH funded clinical and basic science research programs His. clinical research interests are in anemia and iron metabolism in blood donors His basic research interests. are in blood coagulation with a particular focus on TFPI. The title of Dr Mast s presentation is Tissue Factor Pathway Inhibitor Multiple Anticoagulant. Activities for a Single Protein, The Keynote Lecture will be presented at 11 00 am by Garret A FitzGerald MD FRS Dr FitzGerald. is the McNeil Professor in Translational Medicine and Therapeutics at the University of Pennsylvania in. Philadelphia where he chairs the Department of Pharmacology and directs the Institute for Translational. Medicine and Therapeutics, Dr FitzGerald s research has been characterized by an integrative approach to elucidating the mechanisms. of drug action drawing on work in cells model organisms and humans His work contributed substantially. to the development of low dose aspirin for cardioprotection FitzGerald s group was the first to predict. and then mechanistically explain the cardiovascular hazard from NSAIDs He has also discovered many. products of lipid peroxidation and established their utility as indices of oxidant stress in vivo His laboratory. was the first to discover a molecular clock in the cardiovascular system and has studied the importance. of peripheral clocks in the regulation of cardiovascular and metabolic function Dr FitzGerald has received. the Boyle Coakley Harvey and St Patrick s Day medals the Lucian Scheele and Hunter Awards and. the Cameron Taylor Herz Lefoulon Delalande and Schottstein Prizes He is a member of the Institute of. Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences and of the Royal Society. Dr FitzGerald will lecture on Molecular Clocks and Cardiometabolic Disease. Next year s conference May 4 6 2016 visit my americanheart org for more information 13.


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