2018 Annual Meeting

"Inflammation and Atherothrombosis: What Clinicians Need To Know"

CCACC Annual Meeting & CME Program

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018
The Waterview – Monroe, Connecticut

Registration Deadline
April 6th, 2018

The Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Cardiology’s 2018 Annual Meeting, with a Key Note address by Dr. Paul M. Ridker MD, MPH, FACC, will be held at the same site of last year’s Annual Meeting, The Waterview.  Dr. Ridker will discuss: Inflammation and Atherothrombosis: What Clinicians Need To Know.

Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker
Prof. Paul M. Ridker MD, MPH, FACC

Our Keynote Speaker:

Prof. Paul M. Ridker MD, MPH, FACC

Dr. Ridker is the Eugene Braunwald Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and serves as a Director of the Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Prof. Ridker specialized in therosclerosis and cardiovascular disease including the role of inflammation in the disease process and the role of CRP.

Prof. Ridker’s particular areas of interest involve molecular and genetic determinants of hemostasis, thrombosis, and inflammation with a focus on “predictive medicine”, early disease diagnosis, and the underlying causes and prevention of acute coronary syndromes. His research efforts are primarily supported by RO1 research grants from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), a Distinguished Clinical Scientist Award from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and through philanthropic research grants from the Leducq Foundation and the Donald W Reynolds Foundation.

The Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Cardiology has a long history of successful Annual meetings that draw over 100 participants from all areas of cardiology practice. Our meeting will include FIT poster presentations in case study and research, as well as an exceptional presentation by Harvard Professor of Medicine, Paul Ridker MD, MPH, FACC.

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