Thank you @ArterySociety for featuring@VascAgeNet in your “Letters from” during the COVID-19 Pandemic Special Edition. We have to highlight that not only the VascAgeNet Core Group has contributed, but as well several active VascAgeNet members – thanks for all the positive feedback! All “Letters from” can be found here: https://t.co/9f5cFFkxlC?amp=1
The British Ambassador Robert Leigh Turner (British Ambassador and permanent representative at the United Nations in Vienna) visited the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology and showed great interest in the CARTESIAN study launched by the Artery Society in collaboration with VascAgeNet. For more details on the visit, see https://www.ait.ac.at/en/news-events/single-view/detail/6446/
Also featured in the COST newsletter is an interview by the COST conversations featuring VascAgeNet Chair Christopher C. Mayer and WG4 leader Rosa Maria Bruno. They discuss how both the network and the CARTESIAN study were initiated and how this multidisciplinary network are now working together to investigate the vascular consequences of COVID-19. The full conversation be found on the VascAgeNet YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/VE_zJORGoAU
VascAgeNet have featured in the COST special edition June newsletter. We will collaborate with other COST Actions to undertake important COVID-19 research. Full information on all of the Actions involved can be found in the “Actions join forces to tackle the pandemic” section of the COST Newsletter.
On Tuesday 19/05/2020, we had a very interesting information session on the CARTESIAN (Covid-19 ARTErial Stiffness and vascular AgiNg) Study. Rosa Maria Bruno, who is one of the principal investigators of the study, presented the collaborative, multicentre research project in order to explore medium- and long-term vascular consequences of COVID-19. The CARTESIAN is currently launched by the Artery Society, with the support of our COST Action VascAgeNet. The presentation can
The Artery Society, with the support of our COST Action VascAgeNet, is launching a collaborative, multicentre research project in order to explore medium- and long-term vascular consequences of COVID-19. Find information about the initiative and how you can participate here.
Dear clinician friends and colleagues of VascAgeNet, We are thinking of all of you who are currently fighting the coronavirus pandemic in the clinics and hospitals around the world. We are very grateful for all of your hard work to look after so many people. We have put together a message for you all here: As a network, we all are behind you!
Today’s email to all VascAgeNet participants: “Dear all, Hope this email finds you well and healthy! First of all, thanks to everybody and especially to the ones involved in medical care keeping all countries running and trying to relieve the current challenge! Even though, there are currently a lot of measures restricting our private and working lives, our COST Action VascAgeNet goes on as planned. There are currently no planned