France, Angers

Vascular Summer School

when 24 June 2019 - 28 June 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 800

This program is scheduled over one week of intensive courses including plenary lectures, workshops, hands-on-sessions and live demonstrations and laboratory visits to provide an overview on the various techniques in both fundamental and clinical fields.

Visits, workshops and sessions

Visit of experimental and human vascular research laboratories
Bases of linguistic and grammar rules applied to vascular medicine
Pathophysiology and treatment options for venous ulceration
Arterial modeling
Diabetic foot
Exercise diagnostic testing in peripheral artery disease
The cardiovascular system in space
Vascular imaging interactive session/ interpretation
Cardiopathy and post-infarction imaging
Mechanotransduction
Vascular response and septic shock
Research on Stoke prevention in Primary Care
Methods to access microvascular reactivity

Classes take place on the Department of Medicine and in the hospital labs, from Monday to Friday, any time between 9am and 5pm.

Course leader

Prof. Pierre Abraham
Dr. Samir Henni

Target group

This summer school is accessible to national and international students from the 2nd undergraduate up to PhD in Medicine, Pharmaceutics and Life Sciences.

Course aim

According to World Health Organization, cardiovascular diseases represent the leading health and diseases worldwide. Cardiovascular diseases are linked to the very complex interactions between genes, aging and life style, and various risk factors.

This intensive teaching program will give an overview of the actual and future knowledge in the field of cardiovascular diseases. Selected thematics will be presented by renowned researchers and clinicians experts in the field who will share with the participants their experience through interactive plenary lectures, workshops, hands-on and laboratory visits.

The Summer School not only offers a fine selection of interesting courses and scientific visits, it also aims at giving you an unforgettable
stay in France. You will enjoy the numerous social activities in our beautiful historical city and yout one-day trip on the Atlantic seashore.

Fee info

EUR 800: 500€ for applications received before the 16th of March (and payment before the 1st April).
800€ then.
Fees include tuition, accommodation, weekday lunches, welcoming and teaching materials, bike rental and bus pass, all costs (transport, meals, entrance tickets) related to the scientific visits and the social program.
EUR 0: 500€ for applications received before the 16th of March (and payment before the 1st April).
800€ then.
Fees include tuition, accommodation, weekday lunches, welcoming and teaching materials, bike rental and bus pass, all costs (transport, meals, entrance tickets) related to the scientific visits and the social program.

Scholarships

No