ISACB Webinar Series

Past Webinars

Summer 2017


"Cellular Mechanobiology and Therapeutic Implications in Aortic Valve Disease"

Josh Hutcheson, PhD- Florida International University
Meghan Bowler*- Vanderbilt University
*Allan Callow, MD Young Investigator Award Winner (2016)

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Spring 2017

“Proteomics: State-of-the-Art and Applications for Uncovering Novel Molecular Pathways in Cardiovascular Pathologies”

Sasha Singh, PhD-Harvard University
Claudia Goettsch, PhD*-University Hospital, Aachen, Germany
*Allan Callow MD Young Investigator Award (2016)

 View Recorded Version of the Spring 2017 Webinar

Winter 2017

"Multi-modality imaging and flow simulations to assess cardiovascular disease progression and optimize surgical treatment”

February 28, 2017, 11am (EST)
Craig Goergen, PhD –Purdue University
Alison Marsden, PhD – Stanford University

 View Recorded Version of the Winter 2017 Webinar

Fall 2016

Additive Manufacturing for Engineering Functional Microcirculation

December 2, 2016, 11am EST
Jay Hoying, PhD - University of Louisville
Michael Golway, PE – Advanced Solutions, Inc

 View Recorded Version of the Fall 2016 Webinar

Special Webinar

Special ISACB Webinar! Live from the Biennial Meeting in Banff, Alberta, Canada
September 8th, 2016 1:30pm (EST)

Dr. Alexander Clowes Memorial Lecture
Dr. Benjamin Starnes
Alexander Whitehill Clowes, MD Endowed Chair in Vascular Surgery
Professor and Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery
Vice Chair, Department of Surgery, University of Washington

"Innovative Device and Design Solutions for Aortic Pathology and Vascular Trauma"

View the Dr. Alexander Clowes Memorial Lecture at ISACB 2016!

View a recording of the Dr. Alexander Clowes Memorial Lecture by Dr. Benjamin Starnes!

Summer 2016

ISACB Biennial Meeting 2016 Preview

Kristina Rinker, PhD (Chair of Local Organizing Committee)
Paul Fedak, MD PhD (Member, Local organizing Committee)
Glenn Gaudette, PhD (Programming Committee, Lead-Overall and Industry/Translation)

Webinar Preview featuring the Programming and Local Chairs of 15th Biennial ISACB Meeting

Podcast Preview of 15th Biennial ISACB Meeting featuring Dr. Paul Fedak and ISACB President Dr. David Vorp

Spring 2016

Biomaterial Conduits for Cardiovascular Applications

May 11, 2016, 11am (EST)
Kenton Gregory, MD of Oregon Health Sciences University
Yadong Wang, PhD of the University of Pittsburgh

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Winter 2016

Aortic Valve Calcification: New Insights on an Aged Problem

February 29th 2pm (EST)
Elena Aikawa, MD, PhD of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and David Merryman, PhD of Vanderbilt University

View Recorded Version of Winter 2016 Webinar

Fall 2015

Nature-Inspired Biomaterials for Tissue Repair in Cardiovascular Applications: A Translational Story

November 4th, 10am (EST)
Jeff Karp, PhD-Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital- Boston, MA USA and Maria Pereira, PhD-Gecko Biomedical- Paris, France

View Recorded Version of Fall 2015 Webinar

Summer 2015

Biomechanics and Pathobiology of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms: Towards Stem Cell-based Therapy

August 26th, 11am (EST)
David Vorp, PhD (ISACB President, University of Pittsburgh) and John Curci, MD (Vanderbilt University Medical Center)

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Spring 2015

Taking a Closer Look at the Atherosclerotic Plaque: Clinical Imaging of Basic Mechanisms

May 27th, 11am (EST)
Masanori Aikawa, MD, PhD (Brigham and Women's Hospital) and Farouc Jaffer, MD, PhD (Mass General)

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Winter 2015

Stem Cell Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease: From Cell to Heart

February 5th, 11am (EST)
Robert Deans, PhD (Athersys) and Keith March, MD, PhD (Indiana University)

View Recorded Version of Winter 2015 Webinar

ISACB Inaugural Webinar

December 17th, 2014
Frederick Schoen, MD, PhD (Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School)

View Recorded Version of Inaugural Webinar


Other Upcoming Webinars

  • Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation: Perspectives from Inception to Insertion
  • Tissue-Engineered Blood Vessels: Perspectives on Roadblocks to Clinical Efficacy
  • Myocardial Regeneration: Cues from the Extracellular Matrix
  • Risks for Rupture: Assessing Cerebral Aneurysms using Engineering and Computational Modeling Approaches
  • Tissue Engineered Models of Cardiovascular Disease

Upcoming Speakers:

  • Kenton Gregory, MD (Oregon Health and Sciences University)
  • Michael Wolf (Medtronic, Inc)
  • Thomas Gleason, MD (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Glenn Gaudette, PhD (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
  • Julie Phillippi, PhD (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Jay Hoying, PhD (University of Louisville)
  • Michael Golway, P.E. (Advanced Solutions, USA))

About the ISACB Webinar Series:

In the spirit of its origins, the ISACB is embarking on a new path to carry out the mission by offering a series of quarterly web-based tutorials that highlight and celebrate the ISACB community’s unique interdisciplinary expertise in cardiovascular biology in the academic, industry and clinical realms. These webinars will fulfill the ISACB mission by sharing advancements in the basic sciences towards understanding cardiovascular disease and highlighting achievements in bringing new diagnostic tools and therapies from the laboratory bench to the patient’s bedside for improved patient care in cardiovascular disease worldwide.

There are four primary goals of the ISACB Webinar Series:

  1. Educate the ISACB community through shared knowledge in cardiovascular biology from basic principles to translational outcomes
  2. Bridge language barriers and technological hurdles across disciplines
  3. Exercise and enhance the collaborative nature of the ISACB and;
  4. Encourage new members to join ISACB and increase interaction among existing members

Webinars will be broadcast live using via the Adobe Connect interactive web-based software platform. Two consecutive 20 minute presentations with live audio and video feed of the speakers will be given, followed by a live, moderated Q&A session and opportunity for additional discussion via a chat tool in the software platform. Webinars will recorded, archived and available for download (pending speaker approval) from the ISACB site and publicized via e-mail flyers and social media networks. Webinars are FREE to all ISACB members and open to non-members for a fee.

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