Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences

Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences
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Mission Statement
The American Heart Association created the Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences in 1999 to promote research and education.  Our goal is to improve understanding of mechanisms of basic cardiovascular regulation to support the development of new therapies and insights into clinical cardiovascular disease. Special emphasis is placed on integrating molecular/cellular and physiological approaches to address problems relating to functional genomics, cell signaling, myocardial biology, circulatory physiology, pathophysiology and peripheral vascular disease.

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association quality improvement programs serve to empower healthcare facilities and their professionals provide quality health care. Together, one patient at a time, we can build healthier lives free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. To learn more, visit heart.org/myhealthcare.


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BCVS Awards and Lectures

 
 

 Message from the Chair
We enthusiastically welcome anyone interested in preventing CVD to join our Council.
 

Awards, Lectures & Scholarships
Acknowledges significant achievements in cardiovascular diseases and stroke.

  
Fellowship

Fellowship recognizes outstanding and sustained scientific contributions in basic cardiovascular sciences, and volunteer leadership and service to the American Heart Association.

Circulation Research
The official journal of the Council on Basic Cardiovascular Sciences, is a forum for fundamental, mechanistic research of relevance to the cardiovascular system from various disciplines including biochemistry, biophysics, cellular biology, molecular biology, genetics, pathology, physiology and pharmacology.
   
Council Committees
We encourage members to participate in various committees related to the BCVS Council Mission.
Early Career
Foster the development of trainees and early career professionals in Basic Cardiovascular Sciences.

Additional Resources
Find out more about the BCVS Council

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Funding Opportunities
The method for applying for funding is Web-based, using our electronic system, Grants@Heart.

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Become a professional member of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

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• Affiliate with one of 16 Scientific Councils.
• Save on AHA/ASA Scientific Sessions.
• Save on print publications.
• Apply for research funding and not pay a fee
• Enjoy many more membership benefits.

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Early Career Development & Resources

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The purpose of the American Heart Association's Early Career and Mentoring programs is to encourage and assist promising students and junior faculty as they seek to embark upon and establish successful careers in science.

Discover the many opportunities that AHA offers by visiting Early Career Development & Resources. Opportunities include networking, grant funding, travel grants, awards and more.