Today, all working group leaders and vice-leaders, and the other Action roles (see Team) met for a virtual working group interaction workshop! It was a successful meeting to align all activities between the working groups. Working together to bridge the gaps between #science, #medicine, #engineering and #industry.
What are you working on? Professor Hendrik von Tengg-Kobligk works in the field of cardiovascular imaging and image-based quantitative analysis, including 4D MRI, computational fluid dynamics and 3D printing. For publications, see PubMed and Google Scholar.
In this fantastic talk, Peter Nilsson from Lund University, Sweden, presents an overview on aspects why some people display early vascular ageing and others do not. Furthermore, he talks about some possibilities to modify vascular ageing. Stay tuned for the next webinars! Today’s recorded webinar:
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
What are you working on? Vasiliki Bikia is an electrical #engineer researching arterial pulse wave analysis and machine learning. A recent publication can be found here: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8918060
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/
What are you working on? Dr Karsten Königstein is a Clinician and Post Doc researching the clinical application of non-invasive biomarkers of #vascularageing throughout the life course. More information here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=K%C3%B6nigstein+k&cauthor_id=31321831
What are you working on? Dr. Bernhard Hametner is a mathematician developing methods for arterial pulse wave analysis. He is a @VascAgeNet initiator and leads the working group on dynamic exchange. Click here for more information: https://researchgate.net/profile/Bernhard_Hametner
Please register here. Further information on our webinars can be found here. The webinar will as well be streamed on our YouTube channel.