Frontiers in Interventional Cardiology Symposium

If you’re an interventional cardiologist, Fellow, or in the allied health fields, and you aren’t able to make it to Washington for the five-day-long TCT meeting, you can get a quick dose of the latest and greatest in a single day on Saturday, September 20, in Short Hills, New Jersey.

Titled “Frontiers in Interventional Cardiology,” this symposium is presented by the Morristown Medical Center, part of the Atlantic Health System, and features a stellar international faculty, including Maurice Buchbinder, George Dangas, Eberhard Grube, Raoul Bonan, and Stephen Ellis. A range of contemporary topics are on the agenda, including a transradial talk by pioneer Olivier Bertrand, discussions about catheter-based treatments for mitral and aortic valve disease, and even a brief talk about Google Glass in the cath lab by Morristown Medical Center’s Jordan Safirstein, who also runs the annual MARS radial course at Morristown Medical Center

Course co-directors are Drs. Maurice Buchbinder, Barry Cohen and Robert Kipperman.  Time is short so register soon. Admission fees range from free (for Fellows) to $125 for physicians, with several levels in-between. You can register for the course online, or call 1-800-247-9580.

Did I mention that Fellows are free? #TakeAdvantageOfFreeCoursesWhileYouCanFellows

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  1. Madeline Vann

    Good evening! I am working on a couple of articles about angioplasty for Everydayhealth.com and I am looking for people who have had angioplasties and would be willing to talk to be about (1) weight loss after an angioplasty and (2) cardiac rehabilitation. Do you have any patient networks I can tap into to find someone willing to share their experiences and inspire/reassure others?

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