Use of large animals in cardiovascular research
at the Royal Veterinary College, Camden Campus on Tuesday 24th June, 2014 13:00 to 17:00.
This afternoon symposium focuses on large animal models of cardiovascular disease. It will examine the current use of large animals in cardiovascular research, recent advances and give a forum to discuss future opportunities.
Prof Jeremy Pearson; British Heart Foundation
Prof Dan Brockman; Royal Veterinary College
Dr Gillian Cockerill; St George’s University of London
Prof Chris McGregor; University College London
Prof Ludovic Drouet; Hôpital Lariboisière, Paris
The symposium will provide an ideal opportunity for networking, aiming to bring together both international authorities in cardiovascular disease and more junior members of both basic and clinical professions.
Refreshments will be provided in the setting of the widely acclaimed Camden Lightwell of The Royal Veterinary College, an academic institution with over 200 years of heritage in veterinary medicine and bioscience.
We would greatly appreciate your support on the day and please could pass this invitation on to any of your colleagues who might be interested in attending.
Registration is free, and can be made by emailing name and institution to: firstname.lastname@example.org