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British Cardiovascular Society Annual Meeting

8 - 10 June 2015, Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Anticipated attendance: 2300 delegates Delegate profile: Consultant Cardiologists and Registrars Conference code: BCS15A Meeting website:www.bcs.com/pages/default.asp
Exhibition address: Manchester Central 
Manchester M2 3GX

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Exhibition overview

This is the annual meeting of the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) that was founded in 1922 and plays a pivotal role in the delivery of cardiovascular health across the UK. It has over 2,000 members, including 90% of UK consultant cardiologists. 

The theme of the 2015 meeting is ‘Hearts and Genes’, and Professor Robert Winston will be giving this year’s Opening Ceremony Keynote Speech, entitled “Where are we going with molecular medicine?" This will be followed by a new-style BHF “gene-to-bedside” session focusing on Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (facilitated by Professor Hugh Watkins) and BHF/UKGTN sessions on the new gene panels for diagnosis of inherited cardiovascular disease.

In addition to providing a showcase for the best basic, translational and clinical research in cardiovascular medicine, the meeting will continue to highlight the areas of education for revalidation and training.

Exhibition details

The scientific programme is available to view at: 

Deadline details

  • Entry into Wisepress Congress Price List: May 11, 2015
  • Receipt of display material: May 18, 2015

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