The 7th International Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine Conference

The 7th International Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine Conference
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Wed 4 December 2019
Wednesday 4 December 2019
8:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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The 7th International Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine Conference ‘Clinical Cardiology in the Genome Era’ 4-5 December 2019 Park Inn Hotel, York, England, UK The Biennial ‘7th International Conference on Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine Conference’ offers a unique opportunity for clinical cardiologists, specialist cardiac nurses, electrophysiologists, cardiovascular radiologists, cardiac pathologists, clinical geneticists, genetic counselors and molecular geneticists to learn and share the fast emerging practice of cardiovascular genomic medicine. World class Faculty of experts in all fields of cardiovascular genetics & genomics and genomic medicine will join the wide ranging participants from UK, Europe and rest of the World. The programme includes plenary lectures, keynote presentations, open platform and poster presentations and seminars on selected topics. This conference is the 7th as part of the original series of Biennial ‘Cardiff Cardiovascular Genetics Conference’ held since 2007. All previous events were grand successes admired by several clinicians, health professionals and researchers from all over the world. Deadline for abstracts is 30th September, please submit here: https://www.genomicmedicine.org/call-for-abstracts/ For Registration, Sponsorship and all other enquiries please visit www.genomicmedicine.org For General information and contributions to the Scientific Programme please contact Prof. Dhavendra Kumar genomicmedicine@yahoo.co.uk cardiovasculargeneticsgenomics@gmail.com SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES AVAILABLE Please contact nick@neon-events.co.uk or genomicmedicine@yahoo.co.uk for more details & prices Provisional Programme Advisory Group Dhavendra Kumar (Cardiff, UK) Chair Perry Elliott (London, UK) Bill Newman (Manchester, UK) Elijah Behr (London, UK) Arthur Wilde (Amsterdam, NL) Bart Loeys (Antwerp, Belgium) Robert Hamilton (Toronto, Canada) Ajay Bahl (Chandigarh, India) Lorenzo Monserrat (La Coruna, Spain) Ingrid Winship (Melbourne, Australia) Day 1 - 4th December 2019: 08.00             Registration 09.00             Welcome/ Introduction, Dhavendra Kumar 09.15             Session 1:   ‘Phenotype-genotype ontology of inherited cardiovascular conditions’ 09.15             Congenital heart disease, Catherine Mercer, Southampton, UK 09.35             Myocardium phenotypes, Diana Fadkin, Melbourne, Australia                                            09.55             Aortic & arterial phenotypes, Bart Loeys, Antwerp, Belgium                                                                                               10.15             Congenital lymphatic phenotypes, Sahar Mansour, London UK 10.30             Plenary 1: ‘Dilated Cardiomyopathies- the paradigm of cardiovascular genomic                                     medicince. Perry Elliott, UCL/ Bart’s London, UK 11.15             Tea/Coffee 11.45             Session 2:   ‘Novel genes and molecules underpinning cardiomyopathies’ 11.45             Sarcomere & related molecules, Lorenzo Monserratt, La Coruna, Spain 12.05             Mitochondrial genes/genome, Patrick Chinnery, Sanger, Hinxton, UK                                 12.25             Titin and related genes/molecules    James Ware, Imperial London, UK                              12.45              Dystrophin & related molecules, Kate Bushby, Newcastle, UK                                            13.15             LUNCH 14.30             Session 3:   ‘Heterogeneity of disorders of cardiac conduction & rhythm’             14.30              ‘Molecular heterogeneity for QT disorders- new insight, Sylvia Priori, Italy 14.50              ‘Brugada syndrome- Mendelian, Oligogenic or Multigenic?' Elijah Behr, London, UK          15.10              ‘Genomic complexity of atrial fibrillation’ Pier Lambiase, London, UK                                                                                        15.30             TEA/ COFFEE/ POSTERS 16.00             Keynote Lecture: “The Sir William Harvey Oration”                       Introduction/ Citation by Professor Dhavendra Kumar                       ‘Life long pursuit of Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions’                       Bill McKenna, UCL, London, UK                        17.00              Session 4:   Clinical Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine 17.00              ‘The Miles Frost Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Prevention- a model for Preventive                                (Community/Public Health) Cardiology’  17.15              ‘Challenges of delivering the integrated inherited cardiac conditions service in India                            Priya Chokhlingam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India 17.30              ‘Outcomes of the next generation genome diagnosis for inherited cardiac conditions’                            Debbie Rosendahl, Brompton, London, UK 17.45              ‘Benefits and pitfalls of the multi-disciplinary inherited cardiac conditions Team.                                   Leema Roberts / Gerry Carr-Wright Guy's / St. Thomas, London, UK 18.00             Reflections & Discussion on Day 1 18.30             CLOSE 19.00             Welcome Drinks Reception   Day 2 - 5th December 2019: 08.00             Registration 08.30             Session 5:   ‘Genomic research applications in complex cardiovascular conditions’ 08.30             ‘Polygenic score and complex cardiac conditions, Nilesh Samani, London, UK 08.50             ‘Stroke genetics & genomics in clinical area' Hugh Markus, Adenbrooke’s, Cambridge,                            UK 09.10             ‘Systemic Hypertension- outcomes of genomic studies’ Patricia Munroe, QMUL,                                       London, UK 09.30            ‘Genomic insights in aortic & arterial diseases’ Julie de Baker, Ghent, Belgium 10.00             Plenary 2: ‘The Genomic Revolution in Clinical Cardiology’ Prof. Seema Mittal, Sick Kids                       Hospital, Toronto, Canada 11.00             Tea/Coffee/ Posters 11.30             Session 6: ‘Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine Research’ Chair: Prof. Elijah Behr,                                     London,  UK 11.30            ‘UK Bio-bank applications in Cardiovascular Genomic Medicine’ 12.50             ‘Cardiovascular Genomics England Clinical Intervention Partnership (CV-GeCIP) 13.10             ‘Development of the Indian Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions Database’ Ajay Bahl,                           PGIMER Chandigarh, India                         13.30             Lunch 14.30             Session 7: Open Presentations (selected from abstracts)                      Prize for best presentation                      Panel of 3 judges (TBA) 14.30 - 15.30 TBA 15.30             Tea/ Coffee Session 8: ‘Novel genomic/molecular cardiovascular therapeutics approaches’        15.45              ‘Novel therapeutic advances for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy’                                                               Rajar Anananthraman, Chennai, India 16.05              ‘Novel therapeutic advances in arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy’ Angeliki Asimaki  16.25              ‘Lessons from Cardiovascular Pharmacogenetics & Pharmacogenomics’ Richard                                      Turner, Liverpool, UK 16.45             Questions/ Reflections 17.00             Prizes/ Vote of Thanks/ Close- Good Bye

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