Networking – the key to progress in science: interdisciplinary discussions inspire new ideas and new collaborations
EAS Congress aims to be a platform for participants from all corners of the world to connect. We firmly believe that the personal meeting – presenting and discussing one’s work with others, and sparking ideas from others’ work – is the key to progress in science. And then relax and enjoy friendships old and new at the Welcome Reception and Networking Evening or even downtown Geneva.
Be noticed – an opportunity to have your own work presented amongst the top names in your field
We encourage clinicians and basic researchers studying atherosclerosis and related vascular disease to take an active part in EAS 2020 by submitting an abstract of your own research. Each year EAS Congresses have enable delegates from over 70 countries to network, exchange knowledge and find new collaborators. In addition to the face-to-face exchanges, the abstracts presented as part of the Congress programme may subsequently be published in the Society’s internationally recognised Atherosclerosis journal.
Be energized – listen to experts in the field: leading international faculty in an excellent scientific programme
At EAS 2020 experts from all over the world will explore the latest developments in research into the causes of atherosclerosis and related vascular disease, and how these may affect the clinical guidelines for diagnosis and treatment. According to tradition, the EAS Congress programme is designed to offer everything from an award-winning Anitschkow Lecture, inspiring Keynote lectures, and top-named Plenary sessions, to in-depth Workshops and Advanced Clinical Seminars. To the Plenary sessions programme.
Take a step up the career ladder – opportunities for Young Investigators
EAS is committed to supporting young scientists in progressing their careers. Our Young Investigator Fellowships initiative offers early-career scientists the opportunity to take part in the Congress. This is a valuable step in their careers – where they can sharpen their skills by presenting and answering questions on their own research, as well as learning by attending the scientific sessions. Coming into contact with others in the field, they can also begin to develop their own network, which can lead to fruitful collaborations. Read more about Fellowships here.
Enjoy Cosmopolitan Geneva!
Geneva is located in one of Europe’s most beautiful regions, with its lake surrounded by magnificent mountain scenery. The gateway to the Alps and a peaceful lakeside haven offering many lakeside bars and restaurants for networking after Congress hours. Home of 35 international organisations including UN, CERN and the Red Cross, Geneva is a knowledge hub yet the smallest international city of the world.
Be smart – register early and save: Take advantage of Early and member fees
As in previous years, EAS strives to maintain affordable registration fees so that you can join us for our Congress year after year. Take advantage of our Early-registration and member registration offers. Registration costs as little as € 150 (aged under 35) and € 300 (aged over 35) before March 17, 2020. Included in the registration fee is access to all scientific sessions, refreshment breaks, and entrance to the Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception. EAS Society member subscription dues are € 40 regular/€ 20 junior scientist, see www.eas-society.org for details. If you are already a Society member and have up-to-date subscription dues, or if you become a Society member before the end of 2019, you will be eligible for member registration rates at EAS 2020 Geneva.