June 8-10, 2017 Vascular Biology 2017 Monterey, CA October 15-19
August 7-10, 2017
Welcome Reception Host
Meet the Professor Breakfasts Supported by
Gold Level Academic Supporter
Silver Level Academic Supporters
Bronze Level Academic Supporters
The IVBM was a Huge Success!!
Boston Welcomes the 19th International Vascular Biology Meeting
William Aird welcomes
participants to the IVBM
Michael Gimbrone explains
NAVBO's roots in the IVBM
Peter Carmeliet (l) kicks off the meeting with recent findings on the role of intermediary metabolism in angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis. Paul Ridker follows with a clinical perspective on C-reactive protein in inflammation and atherothrombosis.
Travel Awards were provided by the Japanese Vascular Biology and Medicine Organization, Edwards LifeSciences Center for Cardiovascular Technology, the European Vascular Biology Organization, Nature Communications and of course NAVBO.
Our special thanks to Craig A. Sponseller, Chief Medical Officer for Kowa Pharmaceuticals America, Inc. and their support of the Welcome Reception.
Tuesday Night's Gala
The gala was held at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Closing Session - Award Lectures
Dr. Peter Libby presented a talk on
Rethinking the Thrombotic Complications of Atherosclerosis
Elisabetta Dejana received the 2016 Earl P. Benditt Award
Gabriele Bergers presents the 2016 Judah Folkman Award in Vascular Biology Lecture
Stefania Nicoli is the 2016 Springer Junior Investigator Award
Below, our three 2016 Meritorious Award Winners enjoy colleagues' presentations.
Dr. Kari Alitalo invites attendees to visit Helsinki and attend the 20th IVBM, June 3-7, 2018. Visit the web site at www.helsinki.fi/ivbm2018.
Thank you, Boston!!!
Photos courtesy of our own NAVBO Newsletter Editor, William R. Huckle. Images of Boston provided by NAVBO Trainee Member Kristobal Gudenschwager (both of Virginia Tech).