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The ISHLT 2016 Preliminary Program is Here!





Plan your trip now to attend the ISHLT 2016 Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions! The 2016 Preliminary Program has everything you need to get started.

Download the Preliminary Program PDF or
View the Preliminary Program Flipbook (great for android users)

Inside you will find information on meeting registration, hotel reservations, CME, program highlights, schedule at-a-glance, timetables, Academies and Annual Meeting invited program content, as well as plenty of enticing photos and descriptions of what the USA's capital city has to offer.

Register TODAY and take advantage of the Early Bird Registration discount! For more information, visit the Annual Meeting and Academy webpages.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Share your science with the most influential professionals in the field of end-stage heart and/or lung failure, and get a chance to present your abstract in one of our popular moderated poster sessions, or in front of big crowds in the oral and mini-oral concurrent sessions. Submit your abstract in one of 14 categories:

  • Basic Science
  • Economics, Ethics, Public Policy
  • Heart Failure – Adult
  • Heart Transplantation – Adult
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Lung Transplantation – Adult
  • Mechanical Circulatory Support – Adult
  • Nursing, Health Science, Allied Health
  • Pathology
  • Pediatrics
  • Pharmacy & Pharmacology
  • Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Junior Faculty Clinical Case Reports
  • Late Breaking Clinical Science

Submission deadline: November 3, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
Learn more and submit your best science today!

DISCOVER WASHINGTON, DC!

WASHINGTON, DC is a living history book full of powerful moments and memorable experiences. It's the only city in the world where you can visit a 19-foot President Lincoln, read the real U.S. Constitution, see Dorothy's ruby-red slippers, immerse yourself in internationally acclaimed art and explore space travel - all in one day. When you're not in sessions we hope that you will be able to explore America's capital for its educational and entertaining venues, world-class museums and monuments, unique neighborhoods, top-rated restaurants, gorgeous parks and gardens and endless performing arts choices.

To learn more about Washington, DC, visit http://washington.org. ■




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2016 Scientific Program Chair:
Andrew J. Fisher, FRCP, PhD
2016 Annual Meeting Program Committee