Biotech China 2014
How to Become a Cardiovascular Investigator

Schedule of Presentations:

Friday, December 3, 2010
11:30:00 Registration
12:30:00 My Future Valentin Fuster
13:00:00 Choosing a Research Project/Mentor Renu Virmani
13:25:00 Bridging Funding Opportunities for Young Investigators Robert O. Bonow
13:50:00 Funding Opportunities for Young Investigators C. William Balke
14:15:00 Panel Discussion
15:00:00 Break
15:15:00 Careers in Basic Cardiovascular Research
15:45:00 Careers in Electrophysiology Research Mark E. Josephson
16:10:00 Careers in Genetics and Proteomics Geoffrey S. Ginsburg
16:35:00 Discussion Question and Answer Period
17:30:00 Reception
18:00:00 Dinner Panel Discussion Jobs in Cardiology after Training
19:00:00 Adjournment
Saturday, December 4, 2010
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast
07:30:00 Careers in Clinical Cardiovascular Research Valentin Fuster
07:55:00 Careers in Translational Invasive Research Spencer B. King III
08:20:00 Careers in Transplant and Cardiac Failure James B. Young
08:45:00 Women: Careers in Cardiology Donna M. Polk
09:10:00 Careers in Imaging Research Jagat Narula
09:35:00 Careers in Clinical Trials and Epidemiology Daniel Levy
10:00:00 Panel Discussion
10:30:00 Break
10:45:00 Concurrent Workshops: Personal Experiences
11:00:00 Session A: How to Write a Grant C. William Balke
11:15:00 Session B: How to Choose a Research Project and Write a Paper Valentin Fuster
11:30:00 Session C: How to Find a Job Robert O. Bonow
11:45:00 Lunch Break
12:00:00 Concurrent Workshops: Personal Experiences
12:15:00 Session A: How to Write a Grant C. William Balke
12:30:00 Session B: How to Choose a Research Project and Write a Paper Valentin Fuster
12:45:00 Session C: How to Find a Job Robert O. Bonow
13:00:00 Program Adjournment
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