October 7, 2021 – INCardio public event on innovative therapies to fight cardiovascular diseases
How can you cure a broken heart? Although the expression often refers to emotional pain, we can also experience physical pain in the heart caused by Heart Failure, Vascular Dementia, Coronary Heart Disease, Heart Attack, or Atherosclerosis. Approximately 30% of the European population suffers from cardiovascular disease, with 40% of deaths in Italy and 45% in Austria related to these illnesses (Eurostat data, 2015).
To mark the first anniversary of the launch of the INCardio project, the project partners, led by the ICGEB Cardiovascular Biology laboratory in Trieste, are inviting scientists, researchers, and all those interested to learn more about current cardiovascular therapies to attend the INCardio Communication Event entitled “Curing a Broken Heart”.
The event, which will also launch the video dedicated to the INCardio project, will take place on October 7, 2021 at 2 pm, live at the Medical University of Innsbruck (Fritz-Pregl-Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck) and online.The hybrid event will be hosted by Jakob Troppmair and Manuel Maglione of the Medical University of Innsbruck.
INCardio is an Interreg Project – a project that promotes European territorial cooperation to tackle challenges that can only be solved through cooperation. Launched on October 8, 2020, INCardio aims to strengthen Research & Innovation capacities in Italy and Austria in order to promote the development of innovative therapies for cardiovascular disorders by developing new technologies, concepts and therapeutic solutions that could improve the conditions of people affected by such syndromes.
The research partners include EURAC Research in Bozen, Italy the Medical University of Innsbruck, Austria and the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences CUAS in Klagenfurt, Austria. Associated partners comprise the Cardiology Hospital of Bozen, the Medical Sciences, Surgery and Health division of the University of Trieste and the Cardiology Department of the Hospital of Merano. These institutions have joined under the INCardio project to create a virtual centre for excellence, combining multidisciplinary expertise.
Event registration (required)