WINNERS of the ISACHD AWARDS:
ISACHD YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD
GENOTYPE IMPACTS SURVIVAL IN MARFAN'S SYNDROME
Romy Franken; Maarten Groenink; Vivian de Waard; Helena MA Feenstra; Arthur J Scholte; Maarten P van den Berg; Gerard Pals; Aeilko Zwinderman; Janneke Timmermans;Barbara JM Mulder;
AMC, Department Cardiology, Amsterdam
ISACHD CCA AWARD
ADULT CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE SURGERY IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD
Dorothy (DIsty) Pearson; Curt Daniels; Kimberlee Gauvreau; Kathy Jenkins; Paul Khairy;
BostonChildren's Hospital, Bedford, United States
All accepted abstracts are available under
On behalf of the Course Directors, I would like to invite you to participate in the
25th Annual International Symposium on Adult Congenital Heart Disease. This Symposium reflects a long partnership between the faculties of Oregon Health & Science University, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Centre/University of Cincinnati and University of Toronto. It is a unique forum where medical professionals meet their colleagues from around the world, and exchange ideas and information in the rapidly growing field of Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD).
International faculty and attendees have gathered annually to educate, learn and receive updates about the latest innovations in diagnosis and management for Adult Congenital Heart Disease.
This year's Symposium presents
Dr. Glen van Arsdell, Division-Head Cardiovascular Surgery at SickKids, Toronto, will be our
distinguished guest speaker and will deliver the
Dr. William G. Williams Lecture.
topics amongst others will be discussed:
I expect the Symposium to provide the best of science and education in this area of practice. The Program is designed for all healthcare professionals working with Adult Congenital Heart Disease and should familiarize participants with the latest clinical information on the diagnosis and management for ACHD. Nurses and Cardiac Care Associates also have a major organizational and educational role within this Program.
Erwin Oechslin, MD FRCPCChair of the Course Directors