It is with great pleasure that we announce the fourth annual Ted Rogers Centre Heart Failure Symposium, which will be held in conjunction with the Michael J. Sole Cardiovascular Scientific Day. The dates are May 3-4, 2019, and registration is open.
International experts joining the meeting include Dr. Christine Seidman, director of the Cardiovascular Genetics Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (pictured above), Harvard radiology professor Peter Caravan, Dr. Sanjay Rajagopalan, chief of cardiology at Case Western Reserve University, Mount Sinai’s Dr. Robert Rosenson, and Dr. Junichi Sadoshima, a world leader in the field of cardiac growth and survival signaling at Rutgers University.
At Canada’s leading conference on heart failure, faculty will explore cutting-edge innovations in precision medicine, basic and translational research, molecular imaging, bioengineering, and much more. Find the full programs here.
Primary care event on May 4
New for 2019: Our program on Saturday, May 4 is devoted to the role of primary care physicians in the management and prevention of heart failure. Leading experts will explore a range of topics, from translating a cardiology consult to the use of ECHO to genetic testing to helping patients with type 2 diabetes and renal disease prevent the onset of heart failure.
For all the details, visit https://www.trchrsymposium.ca