19 November 2008
The XVII. International Semmelweis Symposium - "Building bridges from basics to invasive cardiology" takes place from 27.-29. November 2008 in Budapest.The XVII. International Semmelweis Symposium - "Building bridges from basics to invasive cardiology" takes place in the Heart Center of the Semmelweis University from the 27.-29. November 2008. in Budapest. The scientific program includes such topics as: Cardiovascular genetics and stem cell therapy Arrhythmogenic substrate of arrhythmias Novel therapeutic methods of acute coronary syndrome Current trends in heart failure therapy Physiologic background of cardiac function regulation Non-invasive imaging in cardiology On-line case presentations Among the invited lecturers we find H. Ruskoaho who participates in long-term scientific collaboration with the Heart Institute of the University of Pécs, and Professor Ákos Koller, the head of the Department of Pathophysiology and Gerontology. Information on the symposium may be found on webpage: http://www.kardiologia.hu/symposium/.