The new membership system is in place
We are excited to announce the launch of our new and improved membership system! Log in and update your membership today. Effective immediately, we kindly request all applicants, including both new and existing individual members, to submit two documents for eligibility verification.
To ensure a smooth transition and to avail yourself of the complete benefits of EAS membership, we encourage you to promptly submit all required documents.
To facilitate the submission process, please follow the steps below for adding documents:
- Log in to your EAS account on our website.
- Click on your name in the right-upper corner
- Navigate to the ‘Account’ section.
- Locate the ‘EAS membership’ tab.
- Click the button: ‘Edit member profile & Renew membership’
- Upload the required documents
Please note that you may receive a reset password request in the upcoming days. This is a standard procedure.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to welcoming you to the enhanced EAS community.
Our FAQ section provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about membership. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out.To the FAQ section
Seize the chance to nominate candidates for the EAS Young Investigator Awards
Nominating candidates for the EAS Young Investigator Awards is a straightforward process. Recognize an individual for an outstanding article contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the field of atherosclerosis and related metabolic disturbances.
The deadline to submit your nomination is February 5, 2024.Submit your nomination
Elections to EAS Executive Committee: call for nominations is now open
Call for nominations! We are looking for enthusiastic and engaged members of EAS who would like to become more closely involved in the organisation of the Society’s activities.
Until February 29, 2024, all EAS full individual members are invited to nominate their candidates for the following positions on the Executive Committee that will become vacant in January 2025:
– Vice President
– Ordinary Member: National Societies
– Ordinary Member: Education
– Ordinary Member: Communication
To nominate your candidates, explore ideal candidate profiles, view the election timeline, and a step-by-step guide, please click the links below:Nomination step-by-stepNominate your candidates
Get a special early registration rate until March 14, 2024
Take advantage of an exclusive early registration rate available until March 14, 2024. It’s important to note that in order to qualify for the EAS member registration fee for the EAS Congress 2024 in Lyon, you must have settled your EAS individual membership fee for 2023 with the Society.
Act promptly and secure your spot!To the registration for the EAS Congress 2024
We’re gearing up to launch a course tailored for Nurses and Allied Healthcare Professionals
A new learning resource is almost here.
Nurses and healthcare professionals often face challenges in dealing with atherosclerotic vascular disease in their daily work. This program is designed to help you understand how lipids affect cardiovascular risk and give you advice on managing them. The course will include practical tips from clinical practitioners, research experts, nurses, and patients.
Get ready for the big launch!
Enhance cardiovascular care: explore the latest in ‘The Diet at the Heart’ series
Primary care practitioners, encompassing general practitioners (GPs) and healthcare professionals (HCPs), are encouraged to delve into the three newest additions to the “The Diet at the Heart” series.
Discover evidence-based insights and practical tips that can empower you to effectively guide your patients in managing dyslipidemia through modifications in their diet and lifestyle.
Seize this opportunity to access the tutorial and enhance your proficiency in promoting cardiovascular well-being.4. How are plant-based diet patterns beneficial in lowering atherogenic blood lipids?5. Medical nutrition therapy is effective in the management of adult dyslipidaemia – the importance of diet and lifestyle support in the prevention of CVD6. Consuming a healthy diet is associated with lower cardiovascular disease risk in all regions of the worldTo the Diet at the Heart article series