Cardiovascular Institute symposium set for Oct. 20

Registration for the free event, which is being jointly presented by the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute and the Karolinska Institute, closes at noon Oct. 19.

A daylong symposium on advances in cardiovascular medicine and research will take place Oct. 20 at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning & Knowledge.

Registration for the free event, which is being jointly presented by the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute and the Karolinska Institute, closes at noon Oct. 19.

Topics to be discussed include pediatric heart research, genetic insights into heart disease, clinical trials and novel approaches to imaging and repairing the heart.

Nobel laureate Michael Levitt, PhD, professor of structural biology, will give the keynote address. Details and registration information are available online.



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