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 2015 Vascular Research Initiatives Conference

May 6, 2014 | San Francisco, California


​The 29th annual Vascular Research Initiatives Conference (VRIC) is a one-day session preceding the Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology 2015 Scientific Sessions (ATVB 2015), uniquely designed to foster interaction among top scientists of diverse disciplines who are investigating peripheral vascular disease and its treatments. 

VRIC is also dedicated to stimulating and encouraging interest in research among trainees who are aspiring academic vascular surgeons. The meeting's exclusive and intimate atmosphere allows for the free exchange of ideas and development of collaborative projects equally among senior and junior investigators. 

Submit your abstract

Now through January 23, 2015, submit your abstract to the 2015 
Vascular Research Initiatives 
Conference.

​Society of Vascular Surgery Membership

Abstract submissions and attendance by all members of the vascular research community are encouraged. Because this activity is sponsored by the Society of Vascular Surgery, please designate whether any member of the authorship are current, active members of the SVS.

Not a member? Apply for membership today​ and build relationships that will benefit you throughout your career.​
 

 Resources

 
2014 
VRIC - April 30, 2014
VRIC Syllabus Book (PDF)
Sheraton Centre
Toronto, ON

2013
Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel
Orlando, FL​

2012 
VRIC - April 17, 2012
Chicago, IL

2011 
VRIC - April 27, 2011​
Chicago, IL

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Phone: 312-334-2300 | 800-258-7188
Fax: 312-334-2320
Email: vascular@vascularsociety.org

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