Vascular Biology 2017
Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop VII
Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop VI
October 15-19, 2017
Asilomar Conference Grounds on the Monterey Peninsula
Abstracts are due by August 1, 2017
Please follow the application rules included in the abstract submission guidelines for late-breaking abstracts.
You may submit more than one abstract, however, the same abstract may not be submitted to both workshops.
The organizers will attempt to program all submitted abstracts. NAVBO reserves the right to reject any
abstract. Authors should indicate their preference for either poster or oral presentation, however, due to the limited number of slots within oral sessions, most abstracts will be programmed for poster presentation.
- Use Arial font, 10 point
- Abstract titles are limited to 200 characters (including spaces)
- Abstracts are limited to 1,750 characters (including spaces)
- DO NOT include the title, authors or author affiliations in the body of the abstract
- Enter each co-author into the database, be consistent with affiliations and include co-authors' emails, cities, states and countries
- Additional instructions available here.
For Junior Faculty
If you are within five years of your first independent investigator position and are submitting an abstract to Vascular Biology, consider applying for the Springer Junior Investigator Award. See here for details and criteria.
Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics:
Coronary Vascular Development
Vascular Cell Biology
Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering:
Extracellular Matrix and Disease
Vascular Tissue Engineering
Bioengineering Organ-Specific Vasculatures
Engineering Vascular Morphogenesis
Vascular Biology (poster presentations only):
Animal Models of Vascular Diseases
Atherosclerosis and Restenosis
Lipid Mediators and Lipoproteins
Regulation of Epithelial and Endothelial Junctions
Stem Cells in Vascular Biology
Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Biology
Other Developmental Biology
Other Genetics (including HHT)
Other Matrix Biology
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