Please join us in Hahndorf for this special Joint Annual Scientific Meeting.

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It is with great pleasure that on behalf of Australian Atherosclerosis Society (AAS), the Australian and New Zealand Microcirculation Society (ANZMS) and the Australian Vascular Biology Society (AVBS) we would like to invite you to participate in this meeting.

Adelaide Hills Convention Centre, Hahndorf, South Australia
Sunday October 29 to Wednesday November 1, 2023

In 2023, the AAS, ANZMS and the AVBS are coming together to present a joint Annual Scientific Meeting. This meeting brings together these three premier scientific societies to collaborate and continue their tradition of fostering research communication between scientists, clinicians and students from a broad range of disciplines, with a unifying interest in vascular biology.

The scientific sessions will include lectures by invited speakers, as well as talks selected from submitted abstracts. Our intent is for this to be a very interactive conference, with opportunities for sampling of the local cuisine. We expect over 120 participants in a spacious venue which allows for most delegates to stay onsite in the Adelaide Hills.

We sincerely hope that you will be able to participate. Members of any participating society will be invited to submit abstracts for oral or mini-oral sessions, which will replace traditional poster sessions. A stimulating scientific meeting and plenty of opportunities to network with your colleagues and as well as a great social program will make this meeting memorable. Please join us to make this meeting the most successful yet.

We look forward to seeing you in South Australia.

Joint ASM Program Committee

Professor Judy de Haan (Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute)
Dr Denuja Karunakaran (Monash University)
Dr Joanne Tan (South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute)

Professor Georges Grau (The University of Sydney)
Dr Maria Jelinic (La Trobe University)

Professor Claudine Bonder (Centre for Cancer Biology)
Dr Sian Cartland (Heart Research Institute)
Dr Denuja Karunakaran (Monash University)