Main Events set the tone for #AHA23
Three days of Main Events to reveal transformations in cardiovascular science.
Scientific Sessions presents inspirational sessions each day of #AHA23 and are designated “Main Events.” Each Main Event features leading-edge science, named lecture presentations and influential names in cardiovascular research.
Saturday, Nov. 11, features the Distinguished Scientist Lecture, which will be delivered by Elizabeth McNally, MD, an American human geneticist and cardiologist. She is the Elizabeth J. Ward Chair and director of the Center for Genetic Medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.
Other highlights of Saturday’s Main Events include:
- Valve-tastic! What’s the Latest and Greatest in Lifetime Management, imaging, Science and Technology in Valvular Heart Disease
- Eliminating Health Inequity in Cardiovascular Disease
- Cardiac Arrest on the Athletic Field: A Team Approach
The Presidential Session on Sunday, Nov. 12, features the Presidential Address featuring an inspiring Lewis A. Conner by AHA President Joseph C. Wu, MD, PhD, FAHA, an update from AHA CEO Nancy Brown and presentation of the Chairman’s Award by AHA Chair Marsha Jones, as well as presentation of the Eugene Braunwald Award, Research Achievement Award, Basic Research Prize, Population Research Prize and a special in memoriam tribute.
Other can’t-miss Sunday Main Events include:
- Advances of the “Polypill” in Cardiovascular Disease: From Concept to WHO Essential Medication
- Moving the Needle in Cardiogenic Shock: A Conversation With the Giants — The Intersection of Critical Care, Interventional and Heart Failure Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery
- The Nobel Laureate Lecture | Neural Computation of Space and Time, delivered by Edvard Moser, PhD, and the Paul Dudley White International Lecture by Junbo Ge
- A Confluence of Risk: Navigating the Intersection of Cardiovascular, Kidney and Metabolic HealthCardio-Oncology, “Onco-Cardiology” and Everything in Between: What Cardiologists Should Know About Cardiovascular Disease in Cancer
Monday, Nov. 13 features two Main Events focused on:
- AI in the Clinic and Lab: Promise, Pitfalls and the Data Police
- Aging as a Unique Determinant of Cardiovascular Health
Be sure to check the Mobile Meeting Guide App for times and locations of all of the Main Events.