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This event features 3 days of the best in science and cardiovascular clinical practice covering all aspects of basic, clinical, population and translational content. The scope and quality of the scientific exchange make Scientific Sessions the premier cardiovascular research and instructional meeting in the world.
Date of Release: November 17,2019
Program End Date: November 16,2021
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10 Questions about Cardiovascular Disease in Women
2019 Nursing Science in Review
3CPR: Shark Tank Style
A Personalized Approach to Heart Disease in Children
A Sign of the Times for PAD: Stents, Drugs, and Walk 'n' Roll
ACS Management in 2019 and Beyond
ACS Networking Session
Adult Congenital Heart Disease for The General Cardiologist
Advances in Fontan Management
Advances in Genetics and Pharmacogenetics of Hypertension
Advancing Equity in Healthy Cardiovascular Aging
AHA Early Career Session - Welcome to the world of EP
AHA?s Strategic Goals in 2019 and Beyond (Part 1)
AHA's Got Talent: Perfecting Your 3-Minute Elevator Speech
AHA's Strategic Goals in 2019 and Beyond (Part 2)
Amyloid Heart Disease: Emerging from the Shadows Into YOUR Practice
Aortic Dissection: New Insights
ApoB ? Ready for Prime Time in Clinical Practice?
Application of Epidemiologic Methods to Address Controversies in Care, Disease Burden, and Policy
Applying Life's Simple 7 when Life is NOT SIMPLE
As the World Turns Hotter: CV Emergency or Opportunity?
Atrial Fibrillation Management: From Basic Research to Clinical: Joint Session with AHA and Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology
Atrial Fibrillation: Debates and Controversies
Atrial Fibrillation: From Wearables to Guidelines
Atrial Fibrillation: How to Manage Complex Clinical Scenarios
ATVB and SfRBM Joint Session: Redox Signaling and Cardiovascular Disease
ATVB Journal Session: Adipose Tissue and Vascular (Dys)Function
ATVB Networking Session
Basic Science Networking Session
Bench to Bedside: Diabetic Vasculopathy
Best Interventional Trials of 2019
Bethesda + 41: 50x50x50 ? Transforming the Cardiovascular Health of Youth for Generations to Come
Blood Pressure Measurement in Humans: An Overview of the 2019 Scientific Statement from AHA
Bridging the Gap: Community-Based Interventions to Address Disparities in Stroke
Calcium Release Refractoriness and Calcium Alternans: Emerging Views
Can We Prescribe a Healthy Old Age?
Cardiac Fibrosis: Regulation and Roles in the Stressed Heart
Cardiac Morphogenesis and Implications in Congenital Heart Disease
Cardiac Remodeling is All About Metabolism
Cardiometabolic Health, Fitness and HFpEF: Novel Insights and Approaches
Cardiometabolic Microvascular Disease- Premature Heart Failure in African American Males
Cardio-Oncology or Onco-Cardiology: Cardiac and Cancer Treatment in the Balance
Cardiovascular Disease and Intracranial Aneurysms?
Cardiovascular Imaging in Athletes
Cardiovascular Nursing Clinical Symposium
Cardiovascular Research Using iPS Cell Technology: Joint Session with AHA and The Japanese Circulation Society
Cardiovascular Treatment Decisions in the Very Elderly
Care for The Athletic Heart: Many Issues, One Goal: AHA Joint Session with American College of Cardiology
Caregiving Across the Continuum of CVD
Cast Your Vote! Should This Patient Get a Heart Transplant?
Cellular Lipids and Circulating Lipoproteins in Atherosclerosis
Challenges in Non ST Elevation ACS
Challenging Cardiovascular Paradigms in Cancer Patients: Do the Guidelines Apply?
Chutes and Ladders: Navigating and Empowering Early Career Faculty and Fellows
Clash of the Thrombosis Titans: Clinical Controversies in Venous Thromboembolism
CLCD Early Career Ancillary Session: Launch your Cardiology Career! A Heart Team Approach to Developing a Productive and Engaging Practice
CLCD Early Career Ancillary Session: Working Across the Aisle ? Collaborating with Industry and Alternate Career Pathways
CLCD Early Career CORE Session: Your Passion, Your Career, Your Growth ? Practical Advice from Mentors for The Fundamentals and Beyond
Clinical and Research Controversies in Thrombosis and Women's Health
Clinical Controversies in Pulmonary Hypertension
Clinical Dilemmas in Cardiovascular Genetics
Clinical Genomics Boot Camp
Clonal Hematopoiesis - CHIPing Away at CV Risk
Cognition Across The Lifespan: The Heart-brain Connection
Complex and High Risk Intervention
Complications in the cath lab: Opportunities to learn
Congenital Aortic Valve Disease
Controversies in Health Policy for Congenital Heart Disease
Controversies in the Management of Patients with Atrial and Ventricular Arrhythmias: What Evidence Do We Have and What Research Is Still Needed?: Joint Session with AHA and Heart Rhythm Society
Controversies Involving Genetic Arrhythmia Syndromes
Conundrums in the Use of Anti-platelet and Anti-thrombotic Therapy
Crosstalk Between Lipids and Immune Cells in Cardiovascular Disease
Current Advances in International Issues: Joint Session with AHA and Chinese Society of Cardiology
Current Concepts in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Cutting Edge in CV Medicine ? Genes to Behavior Change in the 21st Century
Cutting Edge in Interventional Heart Failure
CVRI Imaging Bootcamp
Debates in Cardiogenic Shock
Designing and Conducting Clinical Trials in Rare Cardiac Disease
Developmental origins of Pulmonary Vascular Disease: Bridging Pediatric and Adult PAH
Diabetes and CVD: Stop the Run-Away-Train
Diabetes and Multi-Organ Disease: CKD, ASCVD, HF, PAM
Diagnosis and Characterization of Coronary Microvascular Disease: Role of Imaging
Electronic Health Records: The Agony and the Ecstasy
Emerging Concepts in HFpEF
Emerging Perspectives on Referral for Advanced Cardiac Therapies and Transplantation
Emerging Roles for Protein Phosphatases in Cardiac Physiology and Disease
Emerging Therapies for Hypertension Management: Medical and Interventional
Endocarditis: What I Need to Know in 2019
Endothelial Cell Metabolism
Endovascular Strategies in Thoracic Aortic Surgery
Epigenetic and Noncoding RNA Regulation of Pulmonary Vascular Remodeling
Epigenetic Regulation of Cardiovascular Disease
European Heart Journal Session
Extracellular Vesicles in Cardiovascular Disease: The Good and the Bad
FH in Children - What Children / Families Want From Providers?
First Annual Bongani Mayosi Memorial Lecture on Disparities in Global Cardiovascular Disease
Frailty in CVD Patients: An Important Clinical Conundrum
Frontiers in Cardiovascular Target Discovery
Frontiers in Exosome Biology
Frontiers in Vascular Regeneration
Gaps in the 2018 Cholesterol Guidelines: The Great Debate(s)
Gender Differences in Right Ventricular Function: From the Bench to the Bedside
Generic and Branded Drugs: What's in a Name?
Genetic Determinants and Outcomes in Congenital Heart Disease
Genome-Environment Regulation in Congenital Heart Defects
Global Roundtable: Acute Coronary Syndromes in 2019: The Caribbean- South American Perspective (Argentina Federation of Cardiology, Caribbean Cardiac Society, Chilean Society of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery and National Heart Foundation Hospital)
Global Roundtable: Addressing Questions Regarding Devices and Heart Failure (ANMCO Italian Association of Hospital Cardiologists, Cardio Renal Society of America, Gulf Heart Association, Pan African Society of Cardiology and Singapore Cardiac Society)
Global Roundtable: Artificial Intelligence in Cardiovascular Imaging American Heart Association, European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM), Saudi Society of Echocardiography (SASE) and Argentine Society of Cardiology (SAC)
Global Roundtable: Cardio-Oncology Rehabilitation (CORE) to Manage Cardiovascular Outcomes in Cancer Patients and Survivor(SOCHICAR, The Danish Society of Cardiology and Italian Association of Hospital Cardiologists (ANMCO)
Global Roundtable: Interventional Treatments from Around the Globe (French Society of Cardiology, Heart and Health Foundation of Turkey, Israel Heart Society and Japanese Society of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery)
Global Roundtable:Arrhythmias in Unique Circumstances (Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, Mexican Society of Cardiology, Polish Cardiac Society and Romanian Society of Cardiology)
Great Debates in Heart Failure
Great Debates in Quality and Outcomes
Great Debates in the Treatment of Patients with Stable Ischemic Heart Disease
Guideline Essentials - Top 5 Points from Recent Guideline/Consensus Document You Need to Know
Hand in Hand: Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain
Heart Disease in Women: Focus on Imaging
HFpEF: What's New, What's Exciting, What May Work
How Basic Science Can Inform Clinical Decisions in the Management of Cardiovascular Calcification
Hypertension Issues In Women
I Googled Your Report Card: Is Public Reporting of Physician and Hospital Performance Good for Patients?
Imaging Acute Chest Pain
Infiltrative Heart Disease: Evaluation, Treatment, and Imaging Insights
Interesting Cases from the Cath Lab
Interventional Cases: Show and Tell from the Cath Lab
Ischemia-reperfusion Injury: Novel Drugs Open a Window to the Future!
It?s Not Just in your Head: The Role of Hypertension Control in Preserving Cognitive Function.
Know Diabetes by Heart: A Stepwise Approach to Managing CVD in Your Patient With Diabetes
Late Breaking Science I
Late Breaking Science II
Late Breaking Science III
Late Breaking Science IV
Late breaking Science V
Late Breaking Sciene VI
Latest in Management of RV Failure: Restore, Resuscitate or Replace?
Life in the Fast and Slow Lane: A Practical Approach to the Identification and Management of Acute Arrhythmias
Lost in Transition: ACHD Burden, Registries and Strategies to Improve Healthcare Utilization in Adolescents and Adults with Congenital Heart Disease
LVADs and the Clinical Dilemmas that Flow our Way!
Maintaining Protein Integrity Under Stress
Make Yourself at Home: Bringing Hospital Care to the Home for Pediatric Heart Disease
Making Spare Parts - Engineered Tissue for Cardiac Repair
Managing Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes: Ask the Experts and Challenging Cases
Managing Diabetes in Heart Failure: Finding the Sweet Spot
Maximizing Talent and Achieving Gender Equity in Our Workforce
Mechanical Hemodynamic Support for Cardiogenic Shock in the Modern Era
Meet the Experts in Cardiometabolic Science - Opportunities for Networking and Career Development
Meet the Experts: Challenges in STEMI Management
Meet the Trialist #4
Meet, Greet and Learn from the Masters in Interventional Cardiology
Microbiota and Hypertension: What Bugs You?
Microvascular Coronary Disease: Update for the Practicing Clinician
Miniaturization and Task-Shifting of Echocardiography: Promise or Fear?
Mitochondria as Mediators and Therapeutic Targets in Heart Failure
Mitral Valve Therapies ? When Drugs are Not Enough
Modern Mechanobiology: From Genomics to Discovering Therapeutic Targets
Mom, Where Do Baby Cardiac Myocytes Come From?
Multidisciplinary Case Discussions: An Interactive Session
My Favorite Mistake: Learning from Unexpected Adverse Outcomes
Negotiating Your Career
New Concepts in Ischemic Heart Disease
New Horizons in the Modeling of Pulmonary Vascular Disease
New Insights into Arrhythmias and Cognitive Function
New Insights into Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation
New Kids on the Block: Expanding Frontiers in Pediatric Cardiology
New Scientific Statements on Atrial Arrhythmias
New Uses of Genetics for Risk Prediction and Therapies
Next Frontiers in Transcatheter Structural Heart Therapies
Novel Concepts in Cardio-Oncology
Novel Inflammation and Resolution Pathways in Heart Disease
Novel Insights of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells in Cardiovascular Diseases
Nutrition Consensus vs. Controversies: Advising your Patients
Omega-3 Fatty Acids, EPA and CVD Risk: No Longer a Fish Tale?
Omics Approaches in Cardiovascular Medicine
Optimizing Adherence to CVD Treatment Regimens: Best Practices from Behavioral Medicine and Impact of Health Literacy
Past is Prologue: Recent, Ongoing and Future PAH Clinical Trials
Patient-Centered Strategies to Improve Outcomes in Atrial Fibrillation
Paul Dudley White International Lecture and Session
Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later: Late Consequences of Early Decisions
PechaKucha Potpourri: The Key Things You Need to Know About Interesting Cardiomyopathies
Peddling EBM in the Era of Fake News and Dr. Google
Perioperative Management of LVAD Patients and Case Discussion
PFO Closure and Cryptogenic Stroke - Emerging Evidence, Indications, and Techniques
PLACEHOLDER FOR JOINT SESSION WITH IRAN
PLACEHOLDER JOINT SESSION WITH EMIRATES CARDIAC SOCIETY
PLACEHOLDER JOINT SESSION WITH WORLD HEART
PLACEHOLDER: Groundbreaking Studies in the Practice of Cardiovascular Medicine
Populations with Unique Cardiovascular Risk
Populations without Compelling Evidence to Guide Treatment
Postural Tachycardia Syndrome, Orthostatic Hypotension, and Autonomic Dysfunction: A Multi-Disciplinary Case Based Approach
Power Play: New Insights into Mitochondria
Precision Lifestyle Medicine in Cardiovascular and Multimorbidity Prevention and Control
Preparing for Success in Early Career
Publish or Perish? Rules to Live by for Early Career Authors
Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Infectious Diseases: A Global Health Issue
PVD Workshop: Aneurysm Disease
PVD Workshop: Skeletal Muscle Pathology and Regeneration in PAD
PVD Workshop: Vascular Jeopardy
PVD Workshop: Venous Disease and Thrombosis
Rapid Fire: Hearts Prone to Misfire: Management of Arrhythmias in Challenging Cardiomyopathies
Real Life Case Demonstrations - What Happens in the EP Lab Doesn't Stay in the EP Lab
Recent Advances in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Pathways to Treatments
Resuscitation: What Works and What Doesn?t Work: Joint Session with AHA and Brazilian Society of Cardiology
RNA-Based Regulation of Cardiac Remodeling
Road Maps for the Americas: Where We Are Going in the Control of Cardiovascular Diseases: Joint Session with AHA and InterAmerican Society of Cardiology
Running Up Hill: The Ups and Downs of Exercise Recommendations in Pediatric Cardiology
Science Catalyst Keynote
Should I Refer My Patient for the Newest Technologies in Arrhythmia Management? What's Ready for Prime Time and What's Still Too Risky?
Single-Cell RNA Sequencing Boot Camp
Sleep Disorders and Hypertension
State (and the art) of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU)
State of Art Cardiovascular Care Seminar 2019
State-of-the-Art Approaches to Evaluation and Treatment of Coarctation of the Aorta
State-of-the-Art Management and Endpoints in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
State-of-the-Art Update on PAH Clinical Classification, Diagnostics, and Risk Assessment
Stem Cells, Exosomes and Hypertension
Strategies to Reduce Risk in the Post MI Patient
Stress and Coping with Congenital Heart Disease - What Lessons have we Learned?
STS at AHA: Management of Challenging Clinical Scenarios: Intraoperative Tips and Tricks
Superwoman Syndrome: Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Cardiovascular Disease in Minority Women
Systems Analyses and Machine Learning in Pulmonary Hypertension: At the Intersection of Computational and Experimental Biology
Tales from the Transition: How to Differentiate Yourself from the Pack
Taming the Hydra- Rethinking Nicotine Prevention and Treatment
Target: BP in Action?A Path to Better Blood Pressure Control
TAVR in 2019 - Challenging Patient Populations and Uncertainties
The Best of Circulation Research Symposium
The Brain-Heart Axis, Discussions in Neurocardiogenic Syndromes
The Cost of Drugs for My Patients and Me: Pricing, Pre-Authorization, and Co-Pays
The Epidemiology of High Value Care: An Economic Perspective
The Exposome and Cardiometabolic Health
The FDA Warning about Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents: Are there Real Concerns?
The Future of Cell-Based Therapies
The Latest and Best in PVD Interventions: Co-sponsored by Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions
The Many Faces of Syncope - How to Manage a Complex Evaluation
The Morning After Vascular Surgery: Did I Take Appropriate Precautions?
The Road Home: Successful Treatment of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure
The Team Approach to Congenital Heart Disease: Interventional and Surgical Collaboration
The War Room Returns: Best Plan of Attack for Quality Outcomes...Let the Debates Continue!
Trending Topics in Basic Science
Trending Topics in Population Science
Trending Topics: Clinical Science
Underrepresentation of Female Providers in Vascular Intervention: Opportunities and Challenges
Understanding the Link Between Adiposity and Heart Failure
Update in Clinical Lipidology
Updates in Interventional Therapies for Non-Cardiac Vascular Disease
Value in Healthcare ? Transforming Cardiovascular Care
Valvular Imaging: Aortic Valve/TAVR and Tricuspid Valve
Vascular Disease in Women: Different Patients or Different Diseases
Vasculo-Oncology: Evidence-Based Treatment in 2019
VIRTUAL REALITY PE Response Team: Running the PE Gauntlet
What Are We Doing About Rare Cardiovascular Diseases?
What does the 2019 focused update of AF guidelines teach us about anti-coagulation challenges?
What to Do Next? Moving from Risk to Benefit in Guidelines
What's New in the Guidelines: Updates and Controversies
Why Doesn't My Patient Respond to Exercise? Gleaning Insights from Failures
World Cup of Pediatric Heart Failure: Great Debates with Audience Participation
Young at Heart: Mechanisms Underlying Cardiac Aging
ZNA vs. DNA: How Important Is Zip Code In Care Planning?
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