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Angela Shore is the winner of Malpighi Award

It is our great pleasure to announce that Prof Angela Shore was selected to be the winner of ESM 2015 Malpighi Award!
Congratulation!


Marco Rossi
President of ESM
and
Akos Koller
Secretary General of ESM


 

Malpighi Award Nominations Deadline


Dear National Societies President/Secretary

Malpighi Award Nominations Deadline: 8 December 2014

Malpighi Award
This is the most prestigious award of the European Society for Microcirculation (ESM).  Given to an individual of internationally outstanding reputation in any field of microcirculation research.  The individual will deliver the prestigious Malpighi Lecture at the forthcoming ESM meeting in Pisa, Italy, 3-6 June 2015 and will receive the Gold Malpighi medal and Free Life Membership of the ESM.

Nomination
I am writing to you to seek recommendation from your Society for the European Society for Microcirculation (ESM) Malpighi Award.  Applications should consist of a letter of commendation together with a two page CVs.  Please send nominations to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  The Malpighi Prize Committee, is constituted to include: ESM Treasurer, Secretary and President, the last two Awardees, one other representative of the Executive Committee.  Voting is by secret ballot.  The deadline for nomination is Monday 8 December 2014.

Professor Angela Shore
ESM Treasurer


A Multidisciplinary Approach to Cardiovascular Diseases
1st Meeting of the Multinational Chapter of the International Union of Angiology ( IUA)
in conjunction with the XXIV Congress of the Mediterranean League of Angiology and Vascular Disease (MLAVS)

Palermo, 2-5 October 2014 – Didactic Centre University of Palermo

The Congress will be held in Palermo, from October 2 to 5, 2014 at the Didactic Centre University of Palermo and more than 600 experts from all over the world will participate. Please find attached the Congress Updated Announcement.


Reminder! Reminder! Reminder!

Dear colleagues,

Please keep in mind that the abstract submission for the
3rd Joint Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology (GfMVB) and the Swiss Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Research (SSMVR) and at the same time the 36th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology (GfMVB) 2014 in Muenster, Germany
is now possible!

The deadline for abstract submission (poster and oral) is the 30th of June!

We are looking forward to your contribution!
Please follow the link http://www.microcirculation-conference.de to reach the convention homepage for further information.

I hope to see all of you in September!

Best regards
Hans Schnittler
(for the organizing committee)

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Obituary: Professor Olga Hudlicka

With great sadness, I would like to inform the members of the European Society for Microcirculation that Professor Olga Hudlicka passed away recently. She was active until her last days working as Emeritus Professor at the University of Birmingham.
She was very well-known and appreciated in the scientific community world-wide, because of her enormous contribution to the field of microcirculation and to understand general physiology. She published more than 200 papers, chapters and reviews and edited 3 books.

Stuart Egginton, Akos Koller, Olga Hudlicka, Mayumi Kajimura, Steve Segal
Stuart Egginton, Akos Koller, Olga Hudlicka, Mayumi Kajimura, Steve Segal

Her life was full of adventure. After escaping from the communist Czechoslovakia in 1968, she moved to Birmingham and stayed there until the end of her life. I have heard about her first in the early 70’s in Hungary, secretly, because we were not supposed to mention her name because she escaped to the West! Then, later I met her in person and learned what a great scientist and person she was. Interestingly, as it turned out later during a dinner conversation at a Microcirculatory Society Meeting, her husband and Gabor Kaley were together in a labor camp in Bor, (in former Yugoslavia), during the Second World War.

I was lucky to see her last year at the IUPS Conference in Birmingham, when she invited us to her home for a dinner (see picture attached). It was delightful to talk to her and enjoy her wisdom of life.

She had received many awards and recognitions, but what I am the most happy for is the Malpighi Award (European Society for Microcirculation) in 2008, when I had the privilege to organize the ESM Conference, in Budapest, Hungary.
She has collaborated world-wide and all of us listened to her scientific advices and painfully logical questions. She always welcomed the young scientists in her lab or talked to them at the poster sessions of meetings. Everybody sensed when she was around.

We will all miss her, another giant has left us.

You can read more on the webpage of British Microcirculatory Society (www.microcirculation.org.uk)

Akos Koller
ESM, Secretary General

3rd Joint Meeting of the GfMVB and the SSMVR and the
36th Annual Meeting of the GfMVB

Münster (Germany) from 30 September – 02 October 2014

The online registration and the abstract  submission for the 3rd Joint Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology (GfMVB) and the Swiss Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Research (SSMVR) and the  36th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology (GfMVB) is now possible.

Please follow the link http://www.microcirculation-conference.de/ to reach the convention homepage for further information.

There will be sessions from the 30th of September to the 2nd of October with many highly qualified speakers and workshops with a limited number of participants (max. 4-6 persons/workshop) in advanced live cell imaging from the 29th to the 30th of September.

Additional information