Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement – July 13 Webinar

June 14th, 2022

Join Our July Webinar!

Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement Webinar
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 July session topic is Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement.

Prof. Jeroen J. Bax of Leiden University presents Role of Imaging; Dr. Scott Lim of University of Virginia presents Current Devices & Gaps in Therapy; Dr. Stephanie Sellers & Dr. Janar Sathananthan of University of British Columbia present The Story from the Bench.

Presentations will be followed by a Discussion Panel with moderators Janar Sathananthan and Stephanie Sellers. Join us on July 13th!

A recording of the seminar will be available afterwards to watch anytime. All registrants will be notified when the recording is online. Post-presentation discussion sessions will not be recorded and will only be available to those attending live.

Register Here for Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement

Dr. Jeroen Bax
Director of Non-invasive Imaging and Director of the Echo Laboratory
Leiden University Medical Center

Dr. Bax is a professor of cardiology and Director of both Non-invasive Imaging and the Echo Laboratory at the Leiden University Medical Center. He has also served on the editorial boards of various journals, including as Associate Editor for the Journal of the American College of Cardiology and Heart and President of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). He was elected as ESC president at 50 years of age, making him the youngest president in the Society’s history. He has authored more than 700 papers in international peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Bax has served the ESC in numerous capacities, including chair of the Cardiology Practice Guidelines Committee, Chair of the Scientific Program, Chair of the Press Committee, Co-Chair of two International Conferences on Nuclear Cardiology (ICNC) and Co-Editor of two ESC books on cardiac imaging. He has also authored more than 700 papers in international peer-reviewed journals.

 

Dr. Lim Scott

Scott Lim, MD
Professor of Medicine & Pediatrics
University of Virginia

Scott Lim, MD, is a Professor of Medicine & Pediatrics, and is a cardiologist from the University of Virginia. Through the University of Virginia, he is in collaboration with Cardiothoracic Surgical Associates, in Richmond, Virginia, to provide services in heart valve disease. He serves as the Medical Director at University of Virginia’s Advanced Cardiac Valve Center. Dr. Lim holds a bachelor of arts from University of California at Santa Barbara and earned his medical doctorate at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science. After completing a research fellowship in the Department of Anesthesia at Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, Sweden, he fulfilled his pediatric residency at Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Lim also completed a fellowship in pediatric cardiology at University of Michigan Ann Arbor. He brings more than 20 years of specialized experience in pediatric and interventional cardiology to Cardiothoracic Surgical Associates.

 

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 Sellers

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.

 

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