Meetings / Live CME


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Upcoming AHA Conferences
Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine
(formerly ATVB|PVD)
May 5–7, 2020 | Now a Virtual Event
QCOR
May 15–16, 2020 | Now a Virtual Event
BCVS
July 27–30, 2020 | Chicago, Ill.
Hypertension
September 10–13, 2020 | New Orleans, La.
Scientific Sessions
November 14–16, 2020 | Dallas, Tex.
Resuscitation Science Symposium
November 14–15, 2020 | Dallas, Tex.
International Stroke Conference 2021
Precon & Nursing: Feb. 9 | Sessions: Feb. 10–12, 2021 | Denver, Colo.
EPI|Lifestyle 2021
Dates TBA | Location TBA

Conference Science NewsView All Conference Science News

Science News from ACC 2020
03/28/2020 | AHA's coverage of selected important scientific trials from ACC.20, a virtual conference held March 28-30, 2020.
Epi Lifestyle 2020 Science News
03/03/2020 | AHA Science News: Exclusive interviews, study results and more from Epidemiology and Prevention/Lifestyle 2020 Scientific Sessions in Pho...
ISC 2020 Science News
02/18/2020 | AHA's Science News for ISC 2020 in Los Angeles, CA, Feb. 19-21, 2020. See in-depth interviews and a deep-dive look into important late-br...
Science News 2019 Scientific Sessions
11/16/2019 | Science News coverage of selected presentations and interviews from AHA's Scientific Sessions 2019. Nov. 16-18, 2019 in Philadelphia, PA.
ReSS 2019 Science News
11/16/2019 | Selected presentation slides and interviews from Resuscitation Science Symposium (ReSS) 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.

Notable Science from EPI|Lifestyle 2020


Learning to Live Longer and Healthier

EPI|Lifestyle Program Co-Chair Kristie Lancaster, PhD, RD interviews Matthew Gillman, MD, SM and Rebecca Gottesman, MD, MPH about their efforts to identify lifestyle factors throughout the life course that contribute to longer, healthier lives. Both speakers were featured in the opening session Wednesday at AHA's EPI|Lifestyle 2020 in Phoenix. See all featured science from the conference.

Jennifer A Deal | Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Retinal Microvascular Signs and White Matter MRI Findings: The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Neurocognitive Study
Jennifer A Deal | Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

  • RESULTS: Fundus photography of microvascular retinal signs in adults 50–72 years of age were predictive of white matter (WM) disease and lacunar infarcts (substrates for dementia) seen on MRI 18 years later.
  • Deal's Abstract in Circulation

Stamler Research Award Winner

Joshua D Bundy at EPI Lifestyle 2020

Estimated Impact of Achieving Optimal Cardiovascular Health in the US Adult Population on Cardiovascular Disease Events
Joshua D Bundy | Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

Notable Science from ISC 2020


ESCAPE-NA1 Trial

Karen Furie, MD, interviews co-principal investigators of the ESCAPE-NA1 trial, Michael D. Hill, MD, MSc and Mayank Goyal, MD, PhD. about their trial on NA1 (nerinetide), a possible treatment for patients with acute ischemic stroke undergoing endovascular thrombectomy. Learn more about the trial background, results and analysis in our special in-depth ESCAPE-NA1 coverage.


Milestone Anniversaries of tPA and Endovascular Trials'

Patrick Lyden, MD and Tudor Jovin, MD discuss the significance of 2 key milestone anniversaries in the treatment of acute stroke: the 25th anniversary of the tPA trial and the 5th anniversary of the endovascular trials. See more science covered at ISC 2020.

EPI|Lifestyle 

March 3–6, 2020
Phoenix, Arizona

QCOR

May 15–16, 2020
Virtual Event

Vascular Discovery: From Genes to Medicine

May 5–7, 2020
Virtual Event