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HFA Winter Meeting 2021, 20-21 January 2021 – Call for abstracts

Dear Presidents of National Heart Failure Societies and Working Groups,

The HFA Winter Meeting, organized by the HFA of the ESC, is an exciting event for basic and translational researchers in the cardiovascular field. : www.escardio.org/HFwintermeeting.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions resulting from it, the 2021 edition of the HFA Winter Meeting has been reformatted and will be held online only.

The Call for Abstracts is now open deadline is 20 November!

https://www.escardio.org/hfwintermeeting

We look forward to top quality research, presenters and abstracts. For young scientists, this event is an excellent opportunity to show their work, and to get to know their young colleagues and the senior scientists in the field.  Could we please ask you to submit the best of the scientific work in your group or to pass on the word about submitting by circulating this email to your colleagues?

For the first time, a Winter Meeting abstract book will be published after the meeting!

For further promotion:

Video: What young people can gain from the meeting: https://youtu.be/DMcoZ_BeQio (Dr Melenovsky)

and https://youtu.be/C2ec5aTuCRg (Dr Verjans)

Video: Overview of Winter Meeting : https://youtu.be/5AUGs172wyM

Video: Why participate: https://youtu.be/foeSHO9h8f0 (Dr Gonzales)

 

Please help make this meeting as successful as previous years!

 

Best regards,

 

Professor Dr. Thomas Thum,
HFA Winter Meeting Coordinator,

On behalf of the organisation committee:

Johannes Backs, Johann Bauersachs, Jelena Celutkiene, Andrew J. Coats , Rudolf de Boer, Stephane Heymans, Tiny Jaarsma, Ewa Jankowska, Alexander Lyon, Frank Ruschitzka, Petar M. Seferovic.

 

Sent by

Maryse GARCIA

Heart Failure Association (HFA) Officer

Governance Division

European Society of Cardiology (ESC)

 

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