The 19th Annual Oslo Symposium on Heart Research (September 23-24, 2021), hosted by NORHEART and ProCardio, will offer an exciting scientific program covering the latest news in cardiac research. Invited lecturers will represent the impressive field of cardiovascular research in Norway.

Program for the Symposium

Abstract sessions

All PhD students in Norway are invited to submit and present an abstract in the “rapid fire” abstract sessions on Thursday 23rd of September. The presentations should allow for 3+3 min PowerPoint presentation and questions.

NORHEART continue to acknowledge excellence in presentation and scientific quality through abstract prices decided by senior scientist from Norwegian research groups.

The deadline for submitting an abstract is September 1st. The abstract should be e-mailed to Maria Christine Ruud.


Travel costs and accommodation are covered for all PhD student members of NORHEART. Send an e-mail to Maria Christine Ruud if you would like to stay overnight at Soria Moria Hotell during the symposium.


Registration for the symposium is now closed. Contact Maria Christine Ruud for a place on the waiting list.

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