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Childcare Application

Small grants of up to $400 are available for NAVBO meeting attendees who are bringing young children to a meeting or who incur extra expenses for child care during the meeting. Expenses must be documented by receipts. In the event that the number of requests for grants exceeds the funding available, preference will be given to applicants in the early stages of their careers.

Please write a short paragraph stating your reimbursable expenses. Please be as specific as possible (number of children, number of hours needed, type of care needed, estimated cost, etc.). Reimbursable expenses include: child care expenses at the site of the meeting; extra child/dependent care expenses at home incurred because the primary caregiver was attending the meeting (such as overtime at a child care center, cost of a sitter, etc.); or expenses incurred in bringing a caregiver and/or dependent. Receipts/invoices will be required for all expenses.

Conflict of Interest Statement

North American Vascular Biology Organization
Conflict of Interest Policy

Conflict of Interest - Representatives
The NORTH AMERICAN VASCULAR BIOLOGY ORGANIZATION, its officers, directors, council and committee members scrupulously shall avoid any conflict between their own respective personal, professional or business interests and the interests of the association, in any and all actions taken by them on behalf of the association in their respective capacities.

In the event that any Officer, Councilor or Committee Member of NAVBO shall have any direct or indirect interest in, or relationship with, any individual or organization which proposes to enter into any transaction with NAVBO, including but not limited to transactions involving:

a. the sale, purchase, lease or rental of any property or other asset;
b. employment, or rendition of services, personal or otherwise;
c. the award of any grant, contract, or subcontract;
d. the investment or deposit of any funds of NAVBO

Such person shall give notice of such interest or relationship and shall thereafter refrain from discussing or voting on the particular transaction in which he/she has an interest, or otherwise attempting to exert any influence on NAVBO, or its components to affect a decision to participate or not participate in such transaction.

General Principles
The following general principles apply to all corporate relationships. Additional specific requirements are set out in subsequent sections below.
NAVBO prohibits the endorsement of commercial products, processes, services or enterprises. Corporate membership in NAVBO shall not be deemed as an endorsement but as an acknowledgement that a corporation supports the NAVBO mission.
NAVBO will enter corporate relationships to provide meaningful mission-related benefits, but not solely or primarily for NAVBO's financial benefit.
Use of the NAVBO name in the stylized format, the blood vessel logo servicemark, other servicemarks, or other identifying marks will be permitted by a person or organization only with the express prior written consent of NAVBO.
Whenever NAVBO is involved in a corporate relationship, an appropriate statement clarifying the relationship between NAVBO and the corporation must appear in accompanying materials.


Corporate Relationships
The following general principles apply to all corporate relationships as they pertain to meetings, conferences, workshops, etc.
NAVBO prohibits the endorsement of commercial products, processes, services or enterprises within the content of its scientific sessions.
NAVBO will enter corporate relationships (accept contributions for program specific functions) to provide meaningful mission-related benefits, but not solely or primarily for NAVBO's financial benefit.
Whenever NAVBO is involved in a corporate relationship, an appropriate statement clarifying the relationship between NAVBO and the corporation must appear in accompanying materials. The statement must be conspicuous and legible. Examples of acknowledgement include:

(1) This program is supported by an educational grant from Company ABC
(2) For non-scientific events, such as a reception: Company DEF is a proud sponsor of this North American Vascular Biology Organization event.
(3) Supported by XYZ Company

For CME accredited activities, invited speakers and abstract authors and co-authors are required to complete a Financial Disclosure Form. This form will be provided by the CME provider in compliance with the ACCME rules, policies and guidelines.

For non-CME accredited activities, invited speakers and abstract authors are instructed to refrain from endorsing commercial products, processes, services or enterprises. All invited speaker and organizers are required to complete a Disclosure Form. Abstract authors who indicate on the electronic submission form that they have a financial relationship with a company are required to complete a Disclosure Form.

Publications in Lymphatics

Key Publications on Lymphatics

This document contains nearly 200 references arranged in the subject headings listed below, and each reference includes a clickable link directly to the article.  This resource was compiled, prepared and provided to us by:
Peter Baluk (University of California San Francisco)
Young-Kwon Hong (University of Southern California)
R. Sathish Srinivasan (Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation)
Joseph Rutkowski (Texas A&M University)
Tim Padera (Harvard University)
Pierre-Yves von der Weid (University of Calgary, Canada)
Click on the title above to open the pdf.  

  1. Historical 

  2. Reviews 

  3. Structure 

  4. Functional and Mechanical Aspects 

  5. Development 

  6. Growth Factors, Receptors, and Signaling 

  7. Lymphangiogenesis 

  8. Gene Regulation 

  9. Methods and Protocols 

  10. Immune Cell Interactions 

  11. Informatics and Omics 

  12. Zebrafish and Amphibians 

  13. Organ Specific Lymphatics

  • Lymph Nodes
  • Brain, Meninges, and Spinal Cord
  • Eye
  • Heart
  • Lung and Respiratory Tract
  • Skin
  • Skeletal Muscle
  • Intestine
  • Liver
  • Kidney
  • Diaphragm
  • Reproductive Organs 
  1. Lymphatics in Pathology

  • Inflammation and Lymphedema
  • Tumor Lymphatics and Metastasis
  • Obesity
  • Lymphatic Anomalies
  • Ageing
  • Elephantiasis and Filariasis
  • Heart Disease, Atherosclerosis, and Cholesterol Transport 
  • Gorham-Stout Disease (Disappearing Bone Disease) 

Online Events Calendar

Click on the appropriate bar to open the month's calendar
Members - Register for Journal Clubs in the NAVBO Events app 

February 2021

February 2021

    All times listed in Eastern US 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
31   1  2  3  4  5 
8  9  10  11  12  13 
14  15  16  17  18 19 20 

Webinar - 1:00pm
Karen Hirschi

Postponed to April 1

21  22 23 24  25  26  27

Journal Club - 1:00pm
Ziqing  Liu

Arterialization requires the timely suppression of cell growth

28  1  2  3  4 5

March 2021

March 2021

    All times listed in Eastern US 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
31   1  2  3  4  5 

 Webinar - 1:00pm

Guillermo Oliver

Lymphatic Vasculature: Developmental Mechanisms and Functional Roles

8  9  10  11  12  13 

Focus Session - 1:00pm

Focusing on Development  

14  15  16  17  18 19 20 

Journal Club - 1:00pm

Single-Cell Genomics Reveals a Novel Cell State During Smooth Muscle Cell Phenotypic Switching and Potential Therapeutic Targets for Atherosclerosis in Mouse and Human
(link is in the app)

21  22 23 24  25  26  27

Focus Session - 1pm

Signals that Control Angiogenesis, Lymphangiogenesis and Vascular Remodeling

28  29 30 31  

April 2021

April 2021

    All times listed in Eastern US 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    1 2

Webinar - 1:00pm

Karen Hirschi

Regulation of Endothelial Cell Specialization

5  6  7  8  9  10 

Focus Session - 1pm


11  12  13  14  15 16 17 

Journal Club - 1:00pm
Endothelial TFEB (Transcription Factor EB)
Improves Glucose Tolerance via Upregulation
of IRS (Insulin Receptor Substrate) 1 and IRS2
Registration link is in the App

18  19 20 21  22  23  24

Focus Session - 1pm

25  26 27 28 29 30  May 1

May 2021

May 2021

    All times listed in Eastern US 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday


3  4  5  6  7 

Diversity Committee sponsored Webinar with Dr. Artika R. Tyner - 1:00pm

Leadership Strategies for Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Webinar - 1:00pm

Amber Stratman
Regulation of endothelial cell-mural cell interactions during development

10  11  12  13 14 15 

Focus Session - 1pm

New Technologies

16  17 18 19  20  21  22
         Symposium - 

Inflammation Resolution in Atherosclerosis and Aging


Journal Club - 1:00pm

Lymphoangiocrine signals promote cardiac growth and repair

23  24 25 26 27 28  29

 Focus Session - 1pm

Endothelium Heterogeneity


June 2021

June 2021

    All times listed in Eastern US 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
30   31  1 2 3  4  5
        Webinar - 1:00pm
Lung injury repair by the pulmonary microvasculature

7  8  9  10 11  12 
13  14  15  16  17 18 19 
            Symposium - 
Human Organoid Systems to Study Vascular Toxicity


Journal Club - Postponed


20  21 22 23  24  25  26

Focus Session -1:00pm
Organ-Specific Vasculature

27  28  29  30       

July 2021

July 2021

    All times listed in Eastern US 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    1 2

Webinar - 1:00pm
Marlene Rabinovitch

5  6  7  8  9  10 

Focus Session - 1pm
Vascular Matrix Biology

11  12  13  14  15 16 17 
9:50am - 7:30pm
includes breaks
10am - 7:30pm
includes breaks

10am - 6:30pm
includes breaks

18  19 20 21  22  23  24
         Symposium -
Retinal and Choroidal
Angiogenesis: Advances in
fundamental and clinical research   

Focus Session - 1pm


25  26 27 28 29 30  31

Travel Awards VB2021

Travel and Poster Awards at Vascular Biology 2021


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Travel Awards to the Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop and
the Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop

NAVBO will present up to sixteen Travel Awards

Travel Awards will be based on submitted abstracts. See abstract guidelines for more information.


  • You must be a trainee member of NAVBO (your CV is required during the membership application process)
  • You must submit an abstract to Vascular Biology 2021
  • You must indicate on the abstract submission form that you want to be considered for the NAVBO Travel Award
  • Only students (medical, graduate and undergraduate), post doctoral fellows and the equivalent are eligible. You must still be in this position at the time of the meeting (October 2021)
  • Must be attending the in-person meeting (virtual attendees will be eligible for ePoster awards provided they present a poster)

Notifications will be sent to award recipients prior to the meeting.  Recipients are requested to attend the Opening Session (Sunday, October 24) where the awards will be presented.

NAVBO will also sponsor a poster competition for trainees. Travel Award recipients will not be eligible for poster awards.


NIH Extramural News - December 2020

December 2020

Open Mike

Introducing the Stephen I. Katz Early Stage Investigator Research Grant Program

By Mike Lauer

Stephen I. Katz, M.D., Ph.D., led the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases from 1995 until his passing in 2018. Dr. Katz was a talented physician scientist, NIH leader, and civil servant throughout his career who was profoundly dedicated to mentoring and training the next cadre of scientists. During his memorial service at NIH, you can see this dedication on full display. I, along with countless NIH colleagues, were blessed with Dr. Katz’s mentoring and sage advice. That is why, in his honor, we are pleased to announce the publication of Funding Opportunity Announcements for the Stephen I. Katz Early Stage Investigator Research Project Grant program . Continue reading 

Should We Keep Meeting This Way?

Guest blogby Bruce Reed

How will study sections meet in the future? NIH peer review depends on robust meetings where groups of scientists, through vigorous discussion, identify the applications of highest merit. For the last 75 years, until last March, nearly all chartered review committee meetings were held in-person. Today, in response to the pandemic, 90% of all CSR review meetings are run as video (“Zoom”) meetings. CSR is taking steps now so that when all options are back on the table, we can make informed choices about how best to convene review meetings. Continue reading 

NIH Challenges Academia to Share Strategies to Strengthen Gender Diversity

By Mike Lauer

On behalf of the NIH Working Group on Women in Biomedical Careers, the NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health has launched a new challenge competition to promote the advancement of women in leadership roles in academia. It is called the NIH Prize for Enhancing Faculty Gender Diversity in Biomedical and Behavioral Science. Dr. Janine Clayton, Director of the Office of Research on Women’s Health, described the competition as one that will recognize institutions that have successfully and systemically addressed gender diversity and equity issues among faculty members in biomedical and behavioral sciences (see her full post here.) Continue reading 

Top Stories

New Human Research Protection Training Available!

Reminder: Investigators and all key personnel involved in human subjects research are required to receive education in the protection of human subjects.  One way to satisfy this requirement is by completing the newly launched Human Research Protection Training offered by the HHS Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP).  Continue reading 

Federal Financial Report (FFR) Required to be Submitted in the Payment Management System, Effective January 1, 2021

Recipients will be required to submit the SF-425 Federal Financial Report, a statement of expenditures associated with their award, to the Payment Management System (PMS) instead of eRA Commons, effective January 1, 2021. Continue reading 


Check Out the New eRA Commons Screens!

The newly redesigned eRA Commons log-in screen and landing screen, providing a cleaner, modern interface that reflects user feedback, will be released in January 2021. The new design will also provide enhanced security and stability for the Commons module. Continue reading 

Tips Before You Submit

Extended Guidance for Applicants Preparing Applications During the COVID-19 Pandemic

NIH grant applications should NOT include contingency plans that would outline steps needed to recover from temporary, emergency situations, or institutional return-to-the-workplace plans, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Contingency plans will not be considered in peer review but, if needed, COVID-19 contingency plans will be requested and carefully considered by NIH staff before funding. Continue reading 

New Resources

“All About Grants” Podcast – Alternatives to Animals

Considering alternatives to animals in your application is the topic of our next NIH All About Grants podcast. Drs. Neera Gopee with the NIH Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare and Christine Livingston with the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences join us for this conversation. We go into the 3Rs (replace, refine, and reduce), helpful resources for relevant policies, what’s needed for the vertebrate animal section, role for IACUCs and peer review, as well as organoids, in silico models, and other alternatives…oh my again! Continue reading 

You Ask, We Answer

New FAQs on Policy for Charging PPE to NIH Grants & Cooperative Agreements (NOT-OD-20-164)

FAQs now available to clarify our recent guidance on the ability to direct charge personal protective equipment (PPE) costs to clinical trials and clinical research awards (NOT-OD-20-164). Continue reading 


·        12/7/20:

·        12/10/20 - 12/11/20:Advisory Committee to the Director Meeting

·        12/12/20 - 12/15/20:The existingRePORT websitewill be replaced by thethe new modernized RePORT(currently in beta). Links will be automatically redirected.

Comments to.Learn moreabout the new site.

·        12/18/20:Deadline to submit comments onfostering research integrity and the responsible conduct of research

·        12/25/20:NIH closed for the federal holiday

·        1/1/2021:NIH closed for the federal holiday

Vascular Biology 2021

October 24-28, 2021
Asilomar Conference Grounds in Monterey, CA


Keynote Lecture by Mary Dickinson, Baylor College of Medicine

Plumbing the embryo: Genetic and mechanical mechanism needed for early blood flow

Guest Society: MCS2019

The Microcirculatory Society

MCS sponsored sessions:
Developmental Dynamics of Adult Microvasculature
Organized by Jerome Breslin, University of South Florida



Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop IX

Organized by Courtney Griffin, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

Co-organizers: Mark Majesky, University of Washington and Kristy Red-Horse, Stanford University

Heterogeneity of the Vasculature
New studies on the role of pericytes in physiology and disease
Christer Betsholtz (Uppsala University)
Deciphering the transcriptional basis of organ-specific endothelial specialization
Josh Wythe (Baylor College of Medicine)

From Screens to Genes
New regulators of lymphangiogenesis from single cell profiling and functional screens in zebrafish
Ben Hogan (Peter Mac, Australia)

Clonal Expansion of the Vasculature
Vascular smooth muscle cell plasticity in health and disease
Helle Jørgensen (University of Cambridge)
Vascular cell clonality in disease
Daniel Greif (Yale School of Medicine)

Neurovascular Development
Neuro-vascular interactions in the brain
Chenghua Gu (Harvard Medical School)

Blood Vessel and Lymphatic Malformations
Insights of PIK3CA-related vascular malformations
Mariona Graupera (ICO, Spain)
The RAS signaling pathway and lymphatic malformations
Michael Dellinger (UT Southwestern)

Metabolic Requirements for Vascular Development
Smooth muscle cell metabolic response to vascular injury
Nicholas Sibinga (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
Metabolic crosstalk in the muscle microenvironment
Katrien De Bock (ETH Zurich)

MCS Session: Developmental Dynamics of Adult Microvasculature
Structural plasticity of brain pericytes and its relation to capillary function
Andy Shih (Seattle Children’s Hospital)
Age-related changes in the bone microvasculature
Rhonda Prisby (University of Texas at Arlington)


Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop VIII

Organized by Christopher Breuer, Nationwide Children's Hospital and Linda Demer, University of California, Los Angeles

Co-organizers: A. Wayne Orr, LSU Health Sciences Center Shreveport and Ying Zheng, University of Washington

Vascular Matrix in Disease
Sickle cell disease causes accelerated elastin and collagen remodeling in large arteries
Manu Platt (Georgia Tech)
Localized elastin defects and aortic stenosis
Jessica Wagenseil (Washington University in St. Louis)

Matrix Engineering
Engineering the microvascular for tissue regeneration
Ngan Huang (Stanford University)
Loss of matrix-cell interactions and aortic dissection
Hiromi Yanagisawa (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Patterning and Morphogenesis
Forces and flows during vascular morphogenesis in the developing lung
Celeste Nelson (Princeton University)
Engineering functional human blood vessels from pluripotent stem cells
Josef Penninger (University of British Columbia)

Biomaterials and Vascular Therapeutics
Mechanobiological Enhancement of Stem Cell Therapies for Vascular Regeneration
Aaron Baker (University of Texas – Austin)
Inflammation, blood flow dynamics and the design of vascular-targeted drug delivery vehicles
Lola Emiola-Adefeso (University of Michigan)

MCS Session: Microfluidics
Pericytes in Vascular Development and Maturation
John Chappell (VA Tech) 
Recapitulating the regenerative environment
Sharon Gerecht (Johns Hopkins University)

Matrix in Vascular Calcification
DDR1 senses matrix stiffness to promote vascular calcification
Michelle Bendeck (University of Toronto)
CD73, adenosine, and vascular homeostasis: Insights from rare disease
Cynthia St. Hilaire (University of Pittsburgh)

Systems Biology and Modeling
Rethinking VEGFRs: new insights in localization, binding, and signaling
Princess Imoukhuede (Washington University )
Agent-based computational modeling of the multi-cellular drivers of fibrosis
Shayn Peirce-Cottler (University of Virginia)

Special Sessions

Pre-Conference Meeting for Trainees

Organized by NAVBO Trainee Members: Mabruka Alfaidi, LSU Shreveport and Gustavo Oliveira de Paula, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Featured speaker:
Tim Hla, Boston Children's Hospital

Award Presentations and Lectures

Earl P. Benditt Award Lecture: TBD
Judah Folkman Award in Vascular Biology Lecture: TBD
Springer Junior Investigator Award Lecture: TBD
Inaugural Presentation of the Stephen M. Schwartz Award

Joint Sessions

Vascular Therapeutics
Martijn Cox, Xeltis
Clinical translation of restorative polymer-based small diameter vessels
Laura Niklason, Yale School of Medicine
Engineering arterial and pulmonary vasculature
Toshiharu Shinoka, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Clinical experience of tissue engineered vascular grafts in children

Closing Joint Session: Mechanotransduction

Ellie Tzima, University of Oxford
The moonlighting mechanosensor
Dianna Milewicz, Texas Heart Institute
Role of mechanotransduction in acute aortic dissections
Kairbaan Hodivala-Dilke, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Controlling Cancer by targeting non-angiogenic functions of blood vessels
Walter Lee Murfee, University of Florida
Questioning the influence of shear stress during capillary sprouting


There will be 12 presentations, each consisting of five slides in five minutes. These are based on submissions solicited in the month leading up to the meeting; they will cover the hottest and newest topics.




The following presenters (or co-authors) have indicated a relationship which, in the context of their presentation, could be perceived by some as a real or apparent conflict of interest but do not consider that it will influence their presentation. The number following each company name represents the specific relationship from the list below. If a presenter is not listed, then he/she had no relationship to disclose. For full-time employees of industry, the affiliation listed in the Program will constitute full disclosure.

Katerina Akassoglou - Therini, Bio (1,5,7)
Gabriele Bergers – Oncurious (6)
Mark Caulfield - Genomics England (3)
Eun Ji Chung - Bioactive Materials Journal (6)
Anjelica Gonzlez - Boehringer Ingelheim (2); Aerotherapeutics (4)
Calvin Kuo – Surrozen (1,5,6)
Catherine Makarewich – NIH (2); patent US10,570,183 (9)
Ryuichi Morishita – AnGes, Inc. (2,5,8)
Hironori Nakagami – Anges (9); Daicel (9); Funpep (9)
Ingrid Nilsson - B-Creative AB (1)
Takehito Okui – Kowa Company Ltd. (3)
Mauro Perretti - Bristol Meyers Squibb (5); Palatin Technologies (5); ResoTher Pharma (1); Antibe Therapeutics (6); Resolomics (4)
Maximillion Rogers – Kowa Company (2)
Charles Serhan - Thetis Pharmaceutical (5); Nocendra Pharmaceutical (5); Corbus Pharmaceutical (5); Inflammation Research Foundation (5)
Sotirios Tsimikas - UCSD patents (7); Ionis Pharma (3); Oxitope Inc. (4); Kleanthi Diagnostics (4)

    1. Stock options or bond holdings in a for-profit corporation or self-directed pension plan
2. Research grants
3. Employment (full or part-time)
4. Ownership or partnership
5. Consulting fees or other remuneration
6. Non-remunerative positions of influence such as officer, board member, trustee, spokesperson
7. Receipt of royalties
8. Speakers bureau
9. Non-remunerative consultant, scientific advisory board
10. Other

NIH Loan Repayment Programs Application Cycle is Now Open


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NIH Loan Repayment Programs (LRP) Application Cycle is Now Open!

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Awardees can receive up to
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The LRP application cycle closes on
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Please forward this email to anyone who may be interested.  Thank you for your continued support of the NIH Loan Repayment Programs! 





Get Ready for the New Application Cycle! 

  • Obtain your NIH Commons ID and make sure your password is up to date
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  • Same deadline for application and colleague/institutional documentation -November 20, 2020


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Speaker Resources - VB2020

Introduction Slides and Last Slide for QuestionsTipsBox

These are PowerPoint presentations.  You can copy the slides and paste them directly into your presentation.  Paste the slide into your presentation using "Keep Source Formatting."   Please complete the intro slide by adding your name, affiliation and presentation title.  Please let this slide show for about 5 seconds after starting record and before you begin speaking - the session chair will introduce your presentation while this slide is shown. The following are links to pptx files:

NAVBO - Intro and Questions 

ASIP specific - Intro and Questions

MCS specific - Intro and Questions


Recording your Presentation

For all recordings, please have your presentation in Slide Show format before hitting "Record"

Here are instructions for recording directly from PowerPoint

Recording from PowerPoint and including your Webcam - this method embeds your webcam recording into your slides.
(if you use this method, you may have to go back through your slide and adjust the position of your image so as not to block content or when designing your slides, include a box where your webcam image will be placed)
Tip - do not speak over the slide transition, it may cut out a syllable or two.  

Recording using your Zoom

Here are some tips and tricks

If you prefer, NAVBO staff can help you record your presentation using GoToWebinar. 
Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to arrange a time of your convenience.

Mandatory Speaker Waiver Form

Please complete this form and return to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by September 30, 2020.

Download the speaker waiver form 

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Included with Membership
Monthly Webinars
Discount on Job Postings
Vascular Biology Publications Alert
Discounted Registration for
    Annual Meeting
Discounted Vasculata Registration
Potential Annual Savings

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