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A KDIGO and TMA initiative in partnership with Radcliffe Cardiology
KDIGO and Translational Medicine Academy (TMA) in partnership with Radcliffe Cardiology are delighted to introduce e-SPACE Cardio-Renal-Metabolic 2023 to be held 24–25 March.
e-SPACE Cardio-Renal-Metabolic 2023 will deliver best-in-class free-to-access virtual education. Bringing together thought-leaders from across the globe, e-SPACE Cardio-Renal-Metabolic 2023 will both optimise geographical reach whilst delivering both global and regional insight.
A thoughtfully curated programme will support the exploration of how leading experts, in cardiology, nephrology, and diabetology, are treating the interrelated diseases.
Course leadership Prof Stefan Anker (Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum, Berlin, DE), Dr Javed Butler (Baylor Scott and White Research Institute, Texas, US), Prof Antonio Ceriello (IRCCS MultiMedica, Milan, IT), Prof Tara I. Chang (Stanford University, California, US), Prof Ian de Boer (University of Washington, Washington, US), Prof Peter Rossing (University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK) and Prof Shelley Zieroth (University of Manitoba, Manitoba, CA ) will lead an interactive programme of plenary sessions, meet the experts, case discussions and industry sponsored sessions focusing on the patient journey.
Following on from the success of e-SPACE Heart Failure 2022, e-SPACE Cardio-Renal-Metabolic 2023 will again bring together TMA’s mandate for the delivery of continuing professional development to healthcare professionals to achieve concordance with appropriate treatment plans, with Radcliffe Cardiology’s goal to deliver cardiovascular knowledge to best support cardiovascular communities transform theory into practice.
Underpinned by this combined expertise in educational content and delivery, and led by an international faculty of global standing, e-SPACE Cardio-Renal-Metabolic 2023 promises to be the widest reaching and most engaging to date.
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Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum, Berlin, DE
Prof Stefan Anker studied medicine at Charité Medical School of Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany from 1987 to 1993. He went on to complete his PhD at the National Heart and Lung Institute of Imperial College London, United Kingdom, in 1998. Since then, he has had teaching appointments in several countries including the UK, Germany, Australia and Italy.
He has worked as a Junior Professor and then as Professor for Charité Campus Virchow-Klinikum since 2002. He is a member of and serves on the Boards of several academic organizations, including the Board of the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology and the Editorial Board of the Journal of Cachexia, Sarcopenia and Muscle (SCWD). He is also a member of the German Centre for Cardiovascular Research (DZHK).
Baylor Scott and White Research Institute, Texas, US
Dr Javed Butler is Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine at University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson Mississippi, and also Patrick H Lehan Chair of Cardiovascular Research. He is board certified in cardiovascular medicine and advanced heart failure and transplant medicine. His research interests focus on clinical trials in patients with heart failure. He has authored more than 900 peer-reviewed publications. Previously, he was Director of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and Co-director of the Heart Institute at State University of New York (SUNY) Stony Brook University.
IRCCS MultiMedica, Milan, IT
Prof Antonio Ceriello is Head of Diabetes Department at IRCCS MultiMedica, Milan, IT. Prof Ceriello has chaired the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) committee for the development in 2008, and in the 2011 for the update of “Guideline for Management of Postmeal Glucose ”. Currently, he is the President of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Study Group on “Diabetes and CardiovascularDiseases”.
Stanford University, California, US
Prof Tara I. Chang, is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Nephrology at Stanford University, California, US. Her research program focuses on hypertension and cardiovascular outcomes in CKD. Prof Chang is a certified Hypertension Specialist and is part of the Stanford Hypertension Center which provides innovative care for patients with severe hypertension.
University of Washington, Washington, US
Prof Ian de Boer is a Nephrologist, Professor of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington, Washington, US. His research focuses on the metabolic causes and consequences of chronic kidney disease. Prof de Boer focuses on the development, progression, and complications of diabetic kidney disease, and the role of impaired mineral metabolism in the pathogenesis of chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular diseases.
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK
Prof Peter Rossing is a clinician researcher devoted to complications in diabetes with focus on renal and cardiovascular complications. He obtained a specialist degree in internal medicine and endocrinology 2004. Since 2007 he has been a chief physician and manager of the Steno Diabetes Center research team dedicated to the research of micro-and macrovascular complications of diabetes. And since 2012, Professor in diabetic angiopathy at University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK. He is coordinator of the EU FP7 project PRIORITY aiming to test if urinary proteomics can be used to stratify prevention of renal complications in type 2 diabetes, and the Novo Nordisk Foundation grant PROTON aiming at personalising prevention of diabetic nephropathy.
University of Manitoba, Manitoba, CA
Dr Shelley Zieroth is at SBH Heart Failure and Transplant Clinics and serves as Head of the Medical Heart Failure Program, WRHA Cardiac Sciences Program, and as Associate Professor of the Section of Cardiology at the University of Manitoba, CA. Dr Zieroth attended medical school at the University of Manitoba, where she went on to train in internal medicine and cardiology. She completed her postdoctoral clinical fellowship, specializing in advanced heart failure and cardiac transplant, at Toronto General Hospital. She has lectured internationally on the subject of heart failure. Dr Shelley Zieroth is an Editorial Board member of Cardiac Failure Review.
(Please note this programme is subject to change)
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KDIGO is a global organisation developing and implementing evidence-based clinical practice guidelines in kidney disease. It is an independent, volunteer-led, self-managed foundation incorporated in Belgium and accountable to the public and the patients it serves.
KDIGO’s mission is to improve the care and outcomes of patients with kidney disease worldwide through the development and implementation of global clinical practice guidelines.
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