Upcoming Meetings

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AORTA, September 2013, Volume 1, Issue 4:233
DOI: 10.12945/j.aorta.2013.13-061

List of Upcoming Meetings

December 2013

  1. Innovations in Cardiovascular Interventions

    December 1–3, 2013

    Tel-Aviv, Israel

    Meeting information available at:

    www.icimeeting.com

  2. VISAR in Vienna - New Perspectives on Aortic Disease

    December 12–14, 2013

    Vienna, Austria

    Meeting information available at:

    www.visar.at

January 2014

  1. STS 50th Annual Meeting & STS/AATS Tech-Con 2014

    January 25–29, 2014

    Orlando, FL, USA

    Meeting information available at:

    http://www.sts.org/abstracts

February 2014

  1. 43rd Annual Meeting of the German Society for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

    February 9–12, 2014

    Messe Freiburg, Germany

    Meeting information available at:

    www.dgthg-jahrestagung.de/

March 2014

  1. Aortic Valve Repair: A Step by Step Approach

    March 6–7, 2014

    Paris, France

    Meeting information available at:

    www.caviaar.com

  2. The Houston Aortic Symposium: Frontiers in Cardiovascular Diseases, the Seventh in the Series

    March 6–8, 2014

    Houston, Texas

    Meeting information available at:

    www.promedicacme.com

  3. Advanced Module: Open and Endovascular Aortic Therapy

    March 19–21, 2014

    Windsor, United Kingdom

    Meeting information available at:

    www.eacts.org/academy/2014-program/

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