International Highlights

Updated:Sep 23,2014
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International Highlights

When and Where

Nov 15-19, 2014
McCormick Place
Chicago, IL
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Global Offerings at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2014
International Joint Sessions:
Joint AHA/InterAmerican Society of Cardiology:
New Guidelines: New Wine in Old Wineskins, or Old Wine in New Wineskins?
Joint AHA/Association for European Cardiovascular Pathology/Society of Cardiovascular Pathology Session:
Sudden Cardiac Death in Young Women
Joint AHA/Brazilian Society of Cardiology Session:
Hypertension Treatment
Joint AHA/Cardiology Society of India Session:
Quality Improvement and Outcomes Research
Joint AHA/Chinese Society of Cardiology Session:
Hypertension Management in China: The Gap Between Guideline and Practice
Joint AHA/Egyptian Society of Cardiology (WGIC):
Challenging Interventional Cases
Joint AHA/European Society of Cardiology Session:
Mitral Valve Regurgitation: An Intercontinental Update
Joint AHA/European Society of Cardiology Session:
Sudden Death and Cardiomyopathies: Nature and Nurture in Europe and the United States
Joint AHA/Great Wall - International Congress of Cardiology Session:
Pulmonary Hypertension Bridge China and America: From Gene to Population
Joint AHA/International Society of Vascular Health:
Does Arterial Stiffness Matter in Atherosclerotic Disease and Heart Failure?
Joint AHA/Israel Heart Society Session:
Advances in Acute Coronary Syndromes
Joint AHA/Italian Federation of Cardiology Session:
Genetic Testing in Your Clinical Practice
Joint AHA/Japanese Circulation Society Session:
Use of ES/iPS Cells for Cardiovascular Medicine
Joint AHA/Korean Society of Cardiology Session:
What Should We Learn From the Basic and Clinical Studies to Control Cardiovascular Disease
Joint AHA/Mexican Society of Cardiology Session:
New Challenges in Complex Cardiovascular Intervention
Joint AHA/Sociedad Chilena de Cardiología:
Risk and Prognosis for Cardiovascular Disease in Women in Chile and Latin America
Joint AHA/World Heart Federation Session:
Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease - What’s New in 2014

Best of Other Cardiovascular Meetings:
Join us for sessions that share the highlights and breakthroughs in science from other domestic and international meetings.

Global Congress on Big Data

This series of seminars and how-to sessions will bring together leading experts to offer a global perspective on big data science for understanding basic mechanisms of cardiovascular disease. In addition, the track will offer opportunities to improve clinical research as well as advance cardiovascular care and health. Featured presentations you will not want to miss include lectures from Drs. Gary Gibbons, Robert Califf, Harlan Krumholz, Joseph Loscalzo, Mrs. Anne Wojcicki and many other leading experts.

Visit the Global Congress page for more details or view the Global Congress track in the Online Program Planner for a detailed look at presentations that fall within the track.


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