Stanford at AHA 2018
Each year, thousands of cardiovascular scientists, researchers, clinicians, and more attend the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions. The event is an important forum to discuss – and present – cutting-edge science and clinical practices.
The Department of Medicine will be well-represented at this year’s conference, which will be held November 10-14 in Chicago, Illinois. Here’s a roundup of our faculty, fellows, residents, and more who will be presenting research, hosting lectures, receiving awards, and moderating discussions.
During the event, several Department of Medicine faculty will be recognized for their contributions to the cardiovascular field
Euan Ashley - Genomics and Precision Medicine Medal of Honor
The GPM Medal of Honor exemplifies a scientist that has made significant contributions to the field of genomic and precision medicine.
Presented at GPM's Annual Business Meeting on Saturday, Nov. 10, 7-10 PM
Joseph Wu - AHA's Distinguished Scientist Recognition
The Distinguished Scientist designation honors members who have made extraordinary contributions to cardiovascular and stroke research.
Presented at the Presidential Reception on Sunday, Nov. 11, 1-3 PM