View Our April Bioprosthetic Valve Durability Webinar Recording!
ViVitro Labs and The Cardiovascular Translational Lab at St. Paul’s Vancouver Canada bring the latest in translational cardiovascular research in a quarterly interactive webinar format.
The April 6th session, Bioprosthetic Valve Durability featuring Dr. Lars Sondergaard and Dr. Marc Dweck, is now available for viewing. Presentations will be followed by a Discussion Panel with moderators Dr. Janar Sathananthan and Dr. Stephanie Sellers.
Presentations were recorded and are available to watch anytime. Post-presentation discussion sessions are not recorded and were only available to those attending live.
Dr. Lars Sondergaard
Dr. Lars Sondergaard is an Interventional Cardiologist with a special interest in congenital and structural heart diseases. He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Clinical Medicine at the Copenhagen University Hospital.
Dr. Mark Dweck
Professor Marc Dweck is the Chair of Clinical Cardiology at the University of Edinburgh, British Heart Foundation Intermediate Clinical Research Fellow and a consultant cardiologist at the University of Edinburgh. He is a board member of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging.
Janarthanan Sathananthan BHB MBChB MPH FRACP
Dr Janarthanan (Janar) Sathananthan is an Interventional Cardiologist at St. Paul’s and Vancouver General Hospital. Janar graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) from the University of Auckland (Distinction) and completed cardiology training through the Greenlane Cardiology Program in Auckland, New Zealand and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Stephanie L Sellers MSc PhD
Dr. Stephanie Sellers is a Translational Research Scientist at Providence Health Care and Assistant Professor, UBC Division of Cardiology and Principal Investigator UBC Centre for Heart Lung Innovation. Having completed her PhD at UBC in Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Sellers aims to integrate clinical and basic science research in cardiovascular imaging as it relates to structural heart disease.