Cardiology Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Cardiology Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Cardiology Grand Rounds 2016-2017

Sessions

Topic Session datesort icon
Harnessing genetics to identify novel targets for cardiovascular disease and offtarget cardiotoxic effects of existing therapies 1/7/16
History never looks like history when you are living through it..comparing the story of long QT and Brugada Syndromes 1/21/16
Echocardiography and subclinical cardiac dysfunction: from chemotherapy to metabolic abnormalities 2/4/16
Quality in Cardiovascular Imaging 2/11/16
Advances in the Treatment of Dyslipidemia: From Molds to Monoclonals 2/18/16
J wave syndromes as a cause of sudden death - from bench to bedside 3/3/16
The Role of Echocardiography in Aortic Stenosis 3/10/16
Genetic Causes of Heart Failure 3/17/16
Substrate mapping of VT: where we have been, where we are, and where we need to go 3/24/16
The Heart as an Endocrine Organ in Cardiovascular Disease 3/31/16
Translating Genetic Findings to the Clinics 4/14/16
Pulmonary Embolism in 2016: New Tricks for an Old Dog 4/21/16
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Bringing Genetics to Medicine 5/12/16
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy 6/9/16
Cardiac Excitability - a platform for genomic discovery 9/22/16
From genotype to phenotype to therapeutic genome editing in cardiovascular diseases 9/29/16
Big data for comparative effectiveness research 10/13/16
An update on acute VT management 10/20/16
Myocardial tissue characterization with cardiovascular MRI 10/27/16
Preventive Cardiology 2016: Going Beyond the Guidelines 11/10/16
A new paradigm for the pathophysiology and treatment of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction 12/1/16
Arrhythmia Risk: A Population-Based Perspective 12/8/16
Ventricular Tachycardias 12/15/16
Targeting gut microbiota for the treatment of atherothrombotic heart disease 1/5/17
Precision Medicine in Cardiology 1/19/17
Evaluating Patients with Stable Chest Pain 2/2/17
ACC Fellows Session 2/16/17
Evolving Standards in Heart Failure Care 3/2/17
Update on genetic testing for cardiovascular disease 3/9/17
Treating risk factors to manage AF 3/16/17
Pericardial Disease 3/23/17
Quality Improvement Conference 3/30/17
The Reduction of Suffering as the Organizing Focus of Health Care 4/6/17
Quality Improvement Conference 4/20/17
Making New Heart Cells: Will it ever Matter? 5/4/17
The Misestimation of Ventricular Arrhythmias in Patients with Nonischemic Cardiomyopathy 5/18/17
New Appraoches to HFpEF in the Era of Precision Medicine 5/25/17
The development and use of the implantable cardioverter defibrillator for the prevention of sudden cardiac death 6/1/17
Quality Improvement Conference 6/8/17
Innovations in Heart Transplantation 6/15/17
Phenotypes and Genetic Determinants of Aortic Disease 9/21/17
Mechanical Circulatory Support in Advanced Heart Failure: The Past is Prologue 9/28/17
The Evolution of Cardiovascular Critical Care: What Happened to my CCU? 10/5/17
Treating complex diseases with a reductionist approach 10/19/17
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