4 - 4.15pm AEST
8 - 8.15am CET
4.15 - 5.15pm AEST
8.15 - 9.15am CET
5.15 - 6.15pm AEST
9.15 - 10.15am CET
The power of international collaboration to tackle the world's leading cause of death
Prof Karlheinz Peter, head of the Department of cardiometabolic health, Baker Institute
Prof Thierry Correge, Science and Higher Education Attaché, Embassy of France in Australia
Presentations from organisations and funding institutions
What is the role of associations in engaging with international partners or on an international level to tackle cardiovascular diseases?
Chair: Dr Rachel Climie, The University of Tasmania
Prof Gemma A Figtree, Australian Cardiovascular Alliance. "The Australian Cardiovascular Alliance: a unique model to drive international success and collaboration".
Prof Garry Jennings, Heart Foundation: “The National Heart Foundation - reaching out”
Dr Lisa Murphy, Stroke Foundation: “Clinical guidelines are dead. Long live clinical guidelines”
Mr Adam Chapman, NHMRC. "NHMRC's International Engagement".
Mr Nishant Shandilya, Euraxess. "European funding opportunities with a focus on the Health domain"
Research collaboration opportunities
French and Australian expertise in the field of cardiovascular diseases: what are the opportunities for collaboration?
A/Prof Mathias François, The University of Sydney
A/Prof Steven Wise, The University of Sydney. "Next-Generation Nanocarriers for Emerging Therapeutics"
Prof Alison Venn, The University of Tasmania. “The International Childhood Cardiovascular Cohorts (i3C) Consortium: working together to understand how childhood contributes to cardiovascular risk”
Prof Jean-Philippe Empana, Université Paris Cité, INSERM, PARCC. “Clinical relevance of vascular aging for cardiovascular diseases in the population”
Dr Sandrine Lioret, Université Paris Cité, INSERM, CRESS. “Lifestyle behaviours and health in early life, from observation to intervention”