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3rd Joint German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology, and the Netherlands Vascular Biology Organisation (DEBS/MiVaB) meeting

3-5 November 2021, Göttingen, Germany

The ESM will be sponsoring two travel awards (€400/award) to present original research, at the meeting.

We are delighted to announce the third joint Vascular Biology meeting between the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology (GfMVB), and the Dutch Vascular Biology Societies (DESB, MiVaB), 3 - 5 November 2021, in Goettingen is now LIVE and open to receive your abstracts and conference registration.

Our meeting will bring together investigators from all fields of vascular biology for the exchange of new concepts and discussions of outstanding questions in the field. Angiocrine signaling, Angiogenesis, Arteriogenesis, Lymphatics, Vascular Mechanobiology, the Microcirculation in Cardiac Regeneration, Systems approaches & single cell sequencing, and the Microcirculation in Covid-19 patients are just a few of the topics addressed at our meeting. In particular we are very excited to welcome Nobel laureate Prof. Stefan Hell, who will spearhead a special symposium dedicated to novel imaging modalities in the cardiovascular system.

We expect that our event will take place in “LIVE” modus! So if you want to meet your colleagues in person, have vivid scientific discussions while enjoying a great atmosphere, this is what you have to do:
Visit our website now at https://gfmvb.com/ and select “Registration for the Goettingen 2021 conference”.

Good news for PhD students and Postdocs: we got great financial support from ESM, EVBO, DEBS and GFMVB and can now offer >15 travel and poster awards - just submit your abstract and select the appropriate travel award option in the “travel grant menu” during the registration procedure. In addition we will have the Aletta Jacobs awards (in total 3) for talented female scientists in the field of microvascular biology at the start of their career (PhD, first year Postdoc). More information on the Aletta Jacobs award and selection criteria can be found on our website: https://gfmvb.com/

One Nobel laureate, >35 invited speakers, special symposia, and the latest news from vascular biology research ! The registration fee for this great 3 day Vascular Biology meeting, is 260 Euro. With this registration you will have full access to the scientific program, lunches, poster sessions, coffee/tea/snacks during the breaks, our conference APP, and an awesome social program ! The venue has a limited capacity so don’t wait and register today…https://gfmvb.com/

Address of the venue: “Deutsches Primatenzentrum” (DPZ), Leibniz-Institut für Primatenforschung
Kellnerweg 4, 37077 Göttingen, Germany (https://www.dpz.eu/en/about-us/profile.html)

We look forward to seeing you,

On behalf of the GfMVB: Rabea Hinkel and Ferdinand le Noble

ESM 2021 On-line Meeting 27th May

This one-day on-line meeting replaces the ESM2021 Aarhus, Denmark 4 day meeting (postponed until April 2023) due to the global coronavirus pandemic. The ESM Executive Committee and the Aarhus meeting organizing team acknowledged the importance of maintaining the visibility of the society and to encourage interactions with our European colleagues, resulting in the organization of this virtual event. The meeting will consist of two plenary speakers and 12 short oral presentations selected from the submitted abstracts, with a focus on presentations from our Early Career Researchers if possible. We have also included time for breakout discussion sessions both with a thematic focus (if possible) and for social interaction.

Date and Time: Thursday 27th May 2021; 9.15am-5.00pm CEST / 8.15am - 4.00pm BST
Abstract Deadline is 15th March 5pm CET (abstract instructions)
Registration is FREE
Download the Announcement and the Flyer

For more information please check the meeting website.

 

PhD position(s)

The dept. of Internal Medicine of Maastricht University Medical Center is looking for a PhD-student within an Innovative Training Network (ITN) funded by the European Commission. This network is named MINDSHIFT (Mechanistic Integration of vascular aND endocrine pathways for Subtyping Hypertension: an Innovative network approach for Future generation research Training).

In the project Metabolic drivers of hypertension: focus on the microcirculation, the candidate will identify circulating metabolic drivers of obesity-associated microcirculatory dysfunction and hypertension. A comprehensive analysis of detailed metabolic information will be instrumental in the metabolic and endocrine subtyping of overweight/obese, hypertensive patients. The candidate will use data of The Maastricht Study, a deep-phenotyped, population-based cohort that is enriched for individuals with type 2 diabetes.
This project is supervised by Prof. C.Stehouwer, Dr. A.Houben, Dr. M.van Greevenbroek. For more information click here, or mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In MINDSHIFT a total of 15 projects have been defined. Please click here for all projects.

Young Investigator Award / Best Oral Communication Award of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology 2019 for Simone-Franziska Glaser from Frankfurt

Simone-Franziska Glaser (Goethe University Frankfurt) received the Young Investigator Award / Best Oral Communication Award at the Annual Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology in Heidelberg 2019. The prize is sponsored by SERVIER Germany with 300 €. Her presentation was entitled „JMJD2B is involved in the epigenetic regulation during endothelial to mesenchymal transition“.

Young Investigator Award / Best Oral Communication Award of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology 2019
Simone-Franziska Glaser (Frankfurt) received the Young Investigator Award / Best Oral Communication Award at the Annual Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology in Heidelberg 2019. © Dr. Katharina Schulenburg (Frankfurt).

Hermann Rein Award 2019 for Mauro Siragusa from Frankfurt

At the 41st Annual Meeting of the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology in Heidelberg the Hermann Rein Prize was awarded. This is one of the highest awards in the field and sponsored by SERVIER Germany with 2000 €. The awardee is Dr. Mauro Siragusa (Goethe University Frankfurt) for his published work „Nitric oxide maintains endothelial redox homeostasis through PKM2 inhibition“ (EMBO J. 2019;38(17):e100938.).
The winners of the joint 2nd prize (Dr. Ludwig Weckbach/PD Dr. Ulrich Grabmaier, Munich, and Dr. Alice Plein/Prof. Dr. Alessandro Fantin, London/Milan) received 500 € from the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology.

Hermann Rein Award 2019 in Heidelberg
From left: Prof. Dr. Thomas Korff (President of German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology, Heidelberg), PD Dr. Ulrich Grabmaier, Dr. Ludwig Weckbach (Joint 2nd Prize, Munich), Dr. Mauro Siragusa (1st Prize, Frankfurt), Prof. Dr. Alessandro Fantin (Joint 2nd Prize, London/Milan), Dr. Armin Hartung (SERVIER Germany, Munich), Prof. Dr. Henning Morawietz (Chair Award Committee, Secretary General of German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology, Dresden). © Morawietz (Dresden).

ESM meeting 2021

Aarhus (Denmark), 25-28 May 2021

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