EAS Academy Newsletter February 8, 2024

Featured Open Lecture: February, 2024

In this talk at the EAS Congress Mannheim 2023, Steven Farber, Professor at the Department of Biology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, elegantly deciphers novel molecular mechanisms regulating hepatic VLDL production.

This talk opens translational perspectives into the understanding of polygenic hypobetalipoproteinaemia and combined hyperlipidemia, as well as metabolic dysfunction associated with steatotic liver disease (MASLD).

To the Open Lecture by Prof Steven Farber

Relive the excitement of EAS Congress 2023: watch the talks from Mannheim!

With the fast-approaching EAS Congress 2024, we want to bring back the vibrant atmosphere and scientific richness of the previous event. If you couldn’t attend some crucial sessions, worry not! Thanks to the EAS Academy, you now have the opportunity to catch up on those missed experiences.

As an EAS member, you hold the key to unlock the entire EAS Academy archive, providing an unparalleled opportunity to stay at the forefront of your field. Your pathway to knowledge has never been more within reach!

Go to EAS Congress 2023 recordings

Certificate of Excellence in Lipidology – 2023 Update is a leading resource within the EAS Academy

Looking to take a significant step forward in your career? Consider enrolling in this highly acclaimed program, praised by those who have completed it. Managing the challenges of atherosclerotic vascular disease can be daunting for clinicians.

This initiative is tailored to elevate the standard of clinical care for individuals dealing with cardiovascular disease or those aiming for cardiovascular prevention.

Give your professional journey a strong start in 2024!

Find out more about the Certificate of Excellence in Lipidology – 2023 Update

Webinar: Women and cardiovascular disease, March 6

Register now for our upcoming webinar if you haven’t already. Cardiovascular disease is a leading global cause of death, affecting men and women differently. Often perceived as a ‘man’s disease,’ it results in delayed diagnoses in women.

Join us as we delve into women’s cardiovascular health, exploring risk factors, symptoms, and personalized prevention strategies. Our experts will discuss hormonal influences, lifestyle choices, and healthcare disparities.

Gain valuable insights to positively impact women’s cardiovascular well-being.

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