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25 Years of NAVBO

Take a look at us then and now!


1994MeetingAttendeesWebCheck out the brave NAVBO members who have posted their "then" and "now" photos at http://www.navbo.org/thennow

Why not join them and share your journey!  Share your views about the growth of the field of vascular biology, and how new technology and techniques have enabled us to surpass our visions of 25 years ago!  Send pics to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

See a video from Dr. Victoria Bautch expressing her appreciation of NAVBO! 

We're celebrating in other ways as well!  Come to Vascular Biology 2019 - NAVBO Annual Meeting for an anniversary party and other special treats.  Take advantage of the special package discount for PI's with three or more trainees.

Place an ad in the NAVBO Summer Newsletter  - it's our fun way to raise funds for NAVBO activities.

Most of all - be part of NAVBO's future as we look forward to another 25 years of serving the vascular biology community.

Pictured are Michelle Bendeck (currently NAVBO President) and Zorina Galis (NAVBO Councilor) at the first annual meeting of NAVBO, which was part of the Experimental Biology meeting in Anaheim, CA in 1994.

Webinar Series

December 19 at 1:00pm | Kristy Red-Horse


Red HorseWebOn Thursday, December 19 at 1:00pm EST, NAVBO will present our newest webinar entitled, "Coronary blood vessels play multiple roles in cardiac development" by

Kristy Red-Horse, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Biology
Stanford University

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Inflammatory cells in a healing wound (red and blue). The green cells have undergone apoptsis. Mouse skin.
Maria Febbraio Lab, University of Alberta
Keratinized mouse skin.
Maria Febbraio Lab, University of Alberta
Inflammatory cells (blue) entering a mouse skin wound near to a blood vessel. Apoptotic cells are stained green.
Maria Febbraio Lab, University of Alberta
Human endothelial cells exposed to BMP sprouting in fibrin matrix. Actin cytoskeleton in depth encoded colors.
Lauren Saunders (Bautch Lab)
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Awards

Drs. Fan, Jain and Ruhrberg
2018 Meritorious Awards

Highlighting

Monica Hinds, Ph.D.
Oregon Health & Science University

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