Audrey E Pettifor UNCCH, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Epidemiology

Audrey E Pettifor

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Intergrated Vascular Biology (IVB) & UNC McAllister Heart Institute (MHI) Annual Symposium

Nobuyo Maeda

2/1/2011 - 3/31/2011

Sponsoring Organization:North Carolina Biotechnology Center (NCBC)
Awarding Organization Is:University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sponsor Type: Nonprofit Organization
Project Funding History: Principal Investigator Funding History:
3/9/2011: $ 2,500.003/9/2011: $ 0
Total: $ 2,500.00Total: $ 0

Nobuyo Maeda (Lead Principal Investigator)


Each spring, the Integrative Vascular Biology Program (IVB) and the McAllister Heart Institute (MHI) come together and host the IVB/MHI Annual Research Symposium. This upcoming year, the event will be held on March 15, 2011, at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. The symposium is intended to encourage the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to the investigation of cardiac and vascular biology and disease. In support of this aim, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows conducting research in the area of cardiovascular biology and other related disciplines at UNC, as well as medical residents at UNC hospitals are invited to present posters and short talks about their work. The keynote addresses will be given by two student-invited speakers, Dr. Paul Huang from Harvard University and Dr. William Sessa from Yale University. Both keynote speakers are eminent leaders in the area of cardiovascular biology. In previous years, this annual symposium has appealed to a variety of individuals, including graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, technicians, medical students and residents, physicians, and industry scientists. We anticipate approximately 150-200 attendees from the UNC-CH campus, as well as guests from surrounding industries and institutions, including Duke University, NC State University and NC Central University.

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