We are very pleased to announce that the Academy of Cardiovascular Research Excellence (ACRE) and the Chinese American Heart Association (CNAHA) will jointly host an “Annual Cardiovascular Research Symposium: From Chaos Theory to Reductionism” and “China Night” on Saturday, November 3, 2012, in UCLA Faculty Center, Los Angeles, California, during the annual American Heart Association (AHA) scientific sessions. This event will provide an excellent platform not only for the reunion of the ACRE and CNAHA members but also for the continued communications between the members of the two organizations and many members of several other similar organizations in the cardiovascular community around the world. You are cordially invited to join us to promote cardiovascular research excellence in the era of translational medicine.
1. Research Symposium
- Keynote speech
- Featured scientific presentations
- Abstract oral presentations
2. China night
- Keynote speech
- Brief annual report of ACRE and CNAHA presidents
- Abstract Award Ceremony
Abstract submission: : July 1 - October 1, 2012
Symposium Location: UCLA Faculty Center, 480 Charles E Young Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Symposium Time: Nov 3 (Saturday), 2012, 1-6 pm
China Night Location: UCLA Faculty Center, Los Angeles, CA 90095
China Night Time: Nov 3 (Saturday), 2012, 6:00-10 pm
* Registration fee is for both scientific program and dinner at China Night. We invite generous contribution as registration from PIs ($100/PI) to support the event. Payment by check should be payable to the ACRE in US dollars. Official ACRE receipts will be provided for reimbursement and tax benefit purposes.
** China Night dinner tickets are limited and will be issued at the first come first serve basis. Please register for the meeting and RSVP for the dinner ASAP.
Abstract submission closed
China Night registration should be sent to: Dr. Yingjie Chen, General Secretary of the ACRE, Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine Lillehei Heart Institute, University of Minnesota Developmental Biology Center, 4-105 Nils Hasselmo Hall, 312 Church St. SE, 312 Church St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455 (email: email@example.com)