Join us at the forefront of research and innovation during this year’s Basic/Translation Science program. Hear from current and emerging leaders who are making some of the most important scientific discoveries today. During presentations and poster sessions, you’ll discuss tomorrow’s solutions to cardiac arrhythmias and engage with the mentors and mentees that form our scientific community.Mario Delmar, MD, PhD, FHRS
Heart Rhythm 2019 has more than 18 sessions specifically tailored to scientists. Discover the latest advances in the heart rhythm field — check out registration and begin planning your schedule!
Basic Translational Science Forum - Omics, Informatics and Population Science: Big Data Analysis to Study Heart Rhythm
The Basic/Translational Science Forum in conjunction with The Cardiac Electrophysiology Society will give the attendee a broad exposure to the latest methods of electrophysiology research. From electronic medical records to various omics methods, it has become clear that the discovery bottle-neck is not in the ability to obtain large volumes of data but rather, on our ability to interpret and extract, from an ocean of data, the specific information that is valuable for a particular case. Throughout the various sessions of this day, we examine this problem taking different angles in the omics, population science and informatics spectrum.
Cardiac Electrophysiology Society (CES)
Don't miss the all day program hosted by the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society (CES) at Heart Rhythm 2019. Open to all Heart Rhythm 2019 attendees!
CES members, in good standing, are invited to mingle at the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society Luncheon and Young Investigator Awards Competition on Thursday, May 9 at noon. If you have not paid your dues or are interested in becoming a member ($60 physicians/scientists; $30 graduate students, residents and fellows), you may do so on the CES website.
Session Description: This is a combination of a poster session and reception, to allow for networking and exchange of ideas between all members of the Society.
S-BS05 Cardiac Electrophysiology Society Scientific Session: Predicting and Treating AF- The Impact of Big Data Analysis
Session Description: In this session, novel concepts of atrial fibrillation will be discussed, with an eye to the future.
Basic/Translational Science Program will feature four Translational Electrophysiology sessions:
Translational Electrophysiology (TE) session is intended to help scientist better frame research questions in terms of clinical problems, while enhancing the evidence-based practice of clinicians.
Session Description: This session will cover the involvement of miRNAs in cardiac electrophysiology and contributions to cardiac arrhythmias.
Session Description: The session will provide new insight regarding the right ventricle as arrhythmia source.
S-038. EP Lab 2049: How Today's Scientific Innovations Will Transform Tomorrow's Arrhythmia Treatments
Session Description: A group of translational researchers with diverse interests will present on the latest technological developments relevant to the characterization and treatment of cardiac arrhythmia. Speakers are encouraged to speculate on how these developments will help shape the EP lab of the future.
Session Description: Highlight the Significance of the His-Purkinje Cell as a Trigger for VT/VF.