Cardiovascular Initiative: Precision Medicine Pipeline Symposium

Cardiovascular Initiative: Precision Medicine Pipeline Symposium

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Charles Perkins Centre, Level 6 Seminar Room

D17 John Hopkins Drive

Camperdown, NSW 2037


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Bringing researchers together, identifying unmet needs and building collaboration to tackle key gaps in Heart Failure and Atherosclerosis

About this event

Wednesday August 24, 1pm – 6 pm, including catered informal networking

If you are an EMCR interested in speaking, please register your interest here by submitting an abstract by Friday 12th August

THE EVENT: The time is right to discover and translate new blood-based biomarkers that enable early detection of pathology to reduce mortality and morbidity in CVD. There is also opportunity to uncover novel pathology, and new interactions of diet, environment, microbiome, exercise, and drug targets in pathogenesis of CVD.

You are invited to the Symposium, which will be an opportunity to bring researchers in this space together, identify unmet needs and build collaborative teams to tackle key gaps in Heart Failure and Atherosclerosis.

Join prominent researchers who can inform innovative approaches for success and engage in shaping the direction of precision cardiovascular research in our community.


1:00 pm Introduction and overview of mapping project

1:30 pm Session 1: Heart Failure (invited speakers + brainstorming unmet needs)

3:10 pm Session 2: Atherosclerosis (invited speakers + brainstorming unmet needs)

5:00 pm Networking over refreshments

(This is an in-person event and the best results will be achieved with in-life interactions. However, if it is impossible to attend in person, you can contact to inquire about on-line attendance)

Keeping our campus COVID-safe

Our COVID safety precautions have been put in place to keep everyone in our community safe. It is a condition of entry that you follow our COVID safety precautions on campus:

  • Maintain physical distancing (keep 1.5m away from others).
  • Avoid physical greetings.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Practice cough etiquette (coughing or sneezing into your elbow or tissue).
  • You are no longer required to wear masks in most indoor settings, unless you are a close contact and are attending campus.
  • Be aware of and adhere to NSW Health guidance if you have been exposed to COVID-19 (requirements are dependent on type of contact).

Do not enter if you:

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