In a new initative to promote the highly successful interaction between research groups within the Center for Heart Failure Research, the Center recently launched Focus Areas. The Focus Areas are dedicated to specific topics of interest to several groups in the Center, and the meetings are open to all members of NORHEART.

Seven Focus Areas are launched so far in 2018. Annual Workshops will be the main meeting place for each Focus Area, aiming to facilitate exchange of ideas, common projects and collaboration with international partners.

List of Focus Areas with dates for the Annual Workshops:

05.04.2018: Innate immunity in cardiovascular disease. Read more
10.04.2018: Multimodality imaging in cardiac disease. Read more
04.05.2018: Cardiac mitochondria in health and disease. Read more
01.06.2018: Cardiac fibrosis
18.10.2018: Dyssynchrony in heart failure
07.11.2018: Diastolic function in heart failure
30.11.2018: Cardiac arrhythmias and electrophysiology
TBA: Cardiomyocyte mechanisms of heart failure
TBA: Cardio-oncology
TBA: Cardiomyopathies

Check out our Event Calendar or for an updated list and more information on each Workshop.

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