Check out the brave NAVBO members who have posted their "then" and "now" photos at http://www.navbo.org/thennow
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.
Vasculata™ 2019 will be an intense 3 1/2 day course introducing the basics of cardiovascular biology and cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on new approaches to treating the most common causes of human disease in our society, based on cutting-edge research in the field. Vasculata combines a self-study program and seminars from leaders in the field with optional hands-on workshops, thus providing attendees with a unique learning experience in a discipline not comprehensively covered in textbooks or even by courses in most universities.
Abstracts are due June 3, 2019.
Vascular Biology is the annual meeting of the North American Vascular Biology Organization. This meeting will feature the Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop and the Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop plus special symposia, a keynote lecture by Hal Dietz, Johns Hopkins University, entitled, "Leveraging Nature’s Success: Lessons from Modifiers of Cardiovascular Disease," a Pre-Conference Meeting for and organized by trainees, Award Lectures, joint symposia on Emerging Technologies and Imaging, and Vascular Transcriptomics: Discovery and Therapeutic Opportunities, and of course posters and exhibits. Travel Awards for trainees will be available.
Speakers are confirmed and listed under the workshop - click on the workshop name above for its program.
On Thursday, June 13 at 1:00pm EDT, NAVBO will present our newest webinar entitled, "Pericyte ALK5/TIMP3 Axis contributes to endothelial morphogenesis in the developing brain" by
Daniel Greif, M.D.
Associate Professor Term
Internal Medicine: Cardiovascular Medicine: Yale Cardiovascular Research Center Genetics
Vascular Biology and Therapeutics Program
Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Molecular Cell Biology, Genetics and Development