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EB 2014, San Diego 2014 : Sex disparities in cardiovascular disease: implications for prevention, prognosis, and treatment

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Link: http://experimentalbiology.org/2014/Home.aspx
 
When Apr 26, 2014 - Apr 30, 2014
Where San Diego, CA
Submission Deadline Nov 8, 2014
Categories    sex and gender   blood pressure regulation
 

Call For Papers

The abstract deadline for the upcoming Experimental Biology Meeting to be held in San Diego, California(26th-30th April 2014) is getting closer.
We would like to bring your attention to the featured topic entitled Sex disparities in cardiovascular disease: implications for prevention, prognosis, and treatment (category 1011-APS) sponsored by the Cardiovascular Section. You can find the submission page at the following link http://experimentalbiology.org/2014/Home.aspx.
The program for this symposium includes 30 minutes talks by four experts in the cardiovascular field: Prof. Maria-Grazia Modena (Italy), Prof. Vera Regitz-Zagrosek (Germany), Prof. Sandra T. Davidge (Canada) and Prof. Barbara Alexander (USA).
Selected abstracts will be scheduled for the interactive poster session.
The abstract deadline is November 8th.
DO NOT MISS the opportunity to interchange your scientific ideas and findings in such a stimulating intellectual and scientific environment!

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