European Council for
Cardiovascular Research

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  • ECCR Virtual Meeting 2020 Programme

    Please click here to view the final programme of the ECCR Virtual Meeting 2020.

  • Abstracts Now Open for ECCR Virtual Meeting 2020!

    ECCR VIRTUAL MEETING – Friday 9th and Saturday 10th October 2020 The ECCR Executive Committee are delighted to announce that Abstract Submissions for the 2020 Virtual Meeting is now open. Abstract Submission deadline: Friday 25th September 2020 – 5.00PM (BST). Click here to submit

  • Bye-Laws for the European Council for Cardiovascular Research (ECCR)

    Please click here to view the document.

  • ECCR August Newsletter

    This is an exciting time for the ECCR as we plan our first ECCR 2020 Virtual Scientific meeting and introduce you to a number of new initiatives, please see below. If you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know. You are welcome to […]

  • Woman Physicians and the COVIC-19 Pandemic

    Please click here to view the article by Linda Brubaker, MD, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla and Associate Editor, JAMA

  • Addressing Gender Equity in Senior Leadership Roles in Translational Science

    Please click here to view the article by Dianna J. Magliano,* Vaughan G. Macefield, Tracey M. Ellis, and Anna C. Calkin*.

  • A Qualitative Analysis of Career Advice Given to Women Leaders in an Academic Medical Center

    Please click here to view the article by Gianrico Farrugia, MD; Christina K. Zorn, JD; AmyW. Williams, MD; Kate K. Ledger,MFA

  • ECCR Monthly News Bulletin – June 2019

    Dear Members, Welcome to the ECCR newsletter. We are planning on using these newsletters as a way of communicating with you more regularly to inform you on what is going on within the Society. This has been an exciting time for the ECCR as our […]

  • ACE2: friend or foe

    3 June 2020 at 14.00 (BST) Click here to find out more The Biochemical Society and Portland Press are pleased to announce a new Biochemistry Focus webinar series. Topics will include different research areas in the molecular biosciences, as well as practical sessions to support your […]

  • Stephen Schwartz

    It is with great sadness that ECCR have heard of the death of Stephen Schwartz, University of Washington pathology professor and well known for his work on the vascular system, who died of COVID-19. http://www.navbo.org/honoring-steve