IVBM 2022 will feature an exciting scientific program with renowned speakers in the field, and will provide various opportunities for participants to build collaborative networks. The meeting will be composed of plenary and concurrent sessions reflecting diverse research topics in vascular biology from basic to translational level.
The meeting will begin with a keynote lecture by Christer Betsholtz, Ph.D., Uppsala University followed by the Earl P. Benditt Award Lecture by Joyce Bischoff, Ph.D., Boston Children's Hospital and the presentation of the inaugural Florence Sabin Award to Omolola Eniola-Adefeso, Ph.D., University of Michigan on Thursday, evening October 13. On Friday, we are honored to hold our second keynote lecture by Jeffrey Bluestone, Ph.D., University of San Francisco. The Judah Folkman Award Lecture by Stefania Nicoli, Ph.D., Yale School of Medicine, will be held on Saturday afternoon followed by the presentation of the Stephen Schwartz Award to Richard Hynes, Ph.D., MIT. The meeting will end on Monday with our final Keynote Lecture by Stefanie Dimmeler, Ph.D., University of Frankfurt, and a general session on New Signaling Mechanisms.
The program is divided into seven themes and features over 100 speakers:
Development and Aging
Emerging Topics and New Technologies
Vascular Beds and Cells
Vasculature in Disease
Each concurrent session in the above themes will feature two invited speakers and two short talks from selected abstracts. Accepting Late-Breaking abstracts from September 2-12.
Current Early Bird Rates through August 31, 2022 -
|Degreed Members (postdocs, faculty and equivalent) - ||$495USD|
|Student Members (undergraduate, graduate, medical) -||$365USD|
|Degreed Non-Members -||$620USD|
|Student Non-Members -||$445USC|
Regular rates from September 1, 2022 through October 12, 2022 -
|Degreed Members (postdocs, faculty and equivalent) - ||$595USD|
|Student Members (undergraduate, graduate, medical) -||$440USD|
|Degreed Non-Members -||$735USD|
|Student Non-Members -||$545USC|
Registration Includes -
Access to all sessions and lectures, poster sessions, exhibits, coffee breaks and welcome reception.
There will be an additional charge of $75 for a ticket to the dinner/cruise on October 16 evening.
To receive the member discount, a promotional code is required for members of the following participating societies:
American Society for Investigative Pathology
Australian Vascular Biology Society
European Vascular Biology Organization
International Atherosclerosis Society
International Society for Applied Cardiovascular Biology
Japanese Vascular Biology and Medicine Organization
The Korean Society of Cardiology
Korean Society for Vascular Biology and Medicine
The Microcirculatory Society
Promotional codes will be provided to members by their societies. Request your promocode before registering for the meeting. Due to certain limitations of our software, there are different promocodes for early vs. regular registration.
Since NAVBO is the sponsoring society, NAVBO members will not require a promocode.
Cancellation policy for individuals:
You must cancel your registration in writing. Cancellations received by September 12 will receive a refund less $100 processing fees. No refunds after September 12.
A stay at Oakland Marriott City Center places you in the heart of Oakland, steps from Old Oakland and Oakland Convention Center. This 4-star hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Oakland City Center and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Jack London Square.
The hotel is conveniently located near the San Francisco BART transit system. It's just one and a half blocks to the nearest station.
Learn more about the hotel - visit their web site: https://www.ivbm2022.org/hotel/
The meeting will begin on Thursday evening, October 13 and conclude on Monday afternoon, October 17.