Join us April 3 – 4, 2020 at the Boston Park Plaza for the inaugural New England Women in Cardiology Conference in Boston, Massachusetts.
On January 23rd, 2020 the Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Cardiology sponsored the second event of the year for the Women in Cardiology section.
On Saturday December 14, 2019 the CCACC Education Committee sponsored a statewide Jeopardy tournament at Yale University.
On August 21, 2019. the Connecticut-ACC WIC chapter held its first meeting of the academic year. This meeting brought together female cardiovascular attending physicians and fellows in training from around the state.
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Cardiologist Athena Poppas, M.D., FACC, FASE, has been named chief of the division of cardiology for Rhode Island and The Miriam hospitals, as well as The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Poppas has served as interim chief since June 2017. She also is director of the Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute, which includes Rhode Island, The Miriam and Newport hospitals and multiple
The CCACC would like to express its gratitude to the following companies for their generous support: (As of May 19, 2019) Amarin – Sara Welch – Gold Amgen – Jen Kulicki – Gold Astra -Zeneca – Kirsten Bossin – Gold Boehringer-Ingelheim – Stacey Saccery – Gold Janssen – Jill Strout – Gold Novartis – Danielle
Our keynote, Dr. Kim Eagle, will present: “Cardiac Risk of Non-Cardiac Surgery-A Piece of my Mind”. Dr. Eagle is the Albion Walter Hewlett Professor of Internal Medicine, Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, and Director of the Frankel Cardiovascular Center at the University of Michigan. He
Prof. Paul M. Ridker MD, MPH, FACC is a 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