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Intro ISCTR Together we can expedite
discovery to clinical application
Save Lives and Decrease Costs
Making a Difference. Expediting therapy to patients.
ISCTR-ESC2021 Translational Pathways for Cardiovascular Devices ISCTR is Proud to Collaborate with the following Universities: ISCTR is Proud to Collaborate with the
following Universities:
ISCTR-ESC2021   Chairpersons: Jeroen Bax, Anthony DeMaria
• Cardiology at an Inflection Point: Introduction to the topic. ~ Nabil Dib
• Will coronary atherosclerosis be eliminated? ~ Eugene Braunwald
• Will interventional cardiology have a role in stable angina? ~ Patrick W. Serruys
• Will all valve therapy be percutaneous? ~ Martin Leon
• Will computers interpret all cardiac imaging? ~ Pam Douglas
• Discussion
Translational Pathways for Cardiovascular Devices Cardiology at an Inflection Point

Where Will The Future Take US?
Joint Session ISCTR - ESC 2021 ESC Congress 2021 To air on August 27th at 9:30 am CEST Chairpersons: Jeroen Bax, Anthony DeMaria
Cardiology at an Inflection Point: Introduction to the topic.
~ Nabil Dib
Will coronary atherosclerosis be eliminated?
~ Eugene Braunwald
Will interventional cardiology have a role in stable angina?
~ Patrick W. Serruys
Will all valve therapy be percutaneous?
~ Martin Leon
Will computers interpret all cardiac imaging?
~ Pam Douglas
Discussion
Online Course Translational Pathways
for Cardiovascular Devices
Online Course Nabil Dib, MD Spencer King, MD Anthony DeMaria, MD Course Directors
Slide JOIN ISCTR Save Lives and Decrease Costs Online Doc Academia - Clinical and Basic Scientists
Industry Representative
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Practice Guideline
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Translational Pathways for CV devices
Text and Lectures – 70 Authors, 410 Pages
Translational Pathways for Cardiovascular Devices Multi-Disciplinary Collaboration Online Digital eBook
Summits Annual Summits Did you miss our summit? View our Translational Pathways For Cardiovascular Devices Annual conference virtually. Get access to our presentations, videos, and the latest news and updates. JCTR Journal of Cardiovascular Translational Research patient Voice Join ISCTR’s Patients Voice Program

Help shape guideline recommendations and product approvals that will benefit you!

legends Meet the Legends of Innovation View a panel discussion from 15 legendary innovators of cardiovascular medicine, whom their innovation changed the life for so many patients. They share their ideas about the challenges and the opportunities of innovation. Slide Translational Pathways for Cardiovascular Devices Slide Translational Pathways for Cardiovascular Devices Collaboration Commitment Slide ISCTR Products

Testimonials

MACC, FSCAI, FESC, Professor of Medicine Emeritus, Emory University School of Medicine, Past President ACC

Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, NXT Biomedical

Vice President, Cook Group, Inc.

Executive Vice President and Global Chief Medical Officer, Boston Scientific

Director, Cardiac Innovations, Seattle Children's Hospital

President and Medical Director, CV Path Institute

Former President and CEO at Corindus Vascular Robotics

m Tara Sklar, JD

Professor of Health Law, University of Arizona

Making a Difference by Optimizing Patient Care

Patients Voice Program

This is a survey-based program to gather opinions from cardiovascular patients with the aim of improving patient care and provide information to the related academic organizations, regulatory bodies, and payers.

For Innovation and Translation in Cardiovascular Medicine

ISCTR - Nelson Award

AWARD
Spencer King III, MD, MACC,
Martin B. Leon, MD,
Alain Cribier, MD, FACC,
Prof. Sir Magdi Yacoub, MD, FRS, FACC,
Robert Califf, MD, MACC,
Eugene Braunwald, MD, MACC, MACP,

Cardiovascular Translational Research eTextbook

ISCTR’s eTextbook is a living document that consistently provides the latest update in a product (device, drug, and biologic) for cardiovascular medicine.