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Executive Office: 

 International College of Angiology  

161 Morin Drive 

Jay, Vermont 05859-9283 USA 

 Tel: +802.988.4065 

Fax: +802.988.4066

Email: ica@intlcollegeofangiology.org 

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BE A PART OF ICA 2024 — WHY YOU SHOULD SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT NOW-LIMITED SPACE AVAILABITY


  • Global Networking – Discuss your findings with other experts from around the world
  • Visibility – Your name will be recognized in the scientific program
  • Creativity – Share your presentation or poster
  • Opportunity for Oral Presentation – Authors of outstanding abstracts will present their work in diverse sessions at the congress
  • Opportunity for Publication – All accepted abstracts will be published online on the congress website, and may be submitted for publication consideration in our official journal, International Journal of Angiology


PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Heart Disease, Venous Disease & Women in Cardiology • Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection • Advances in the Management of Heart Failure • Coronary Interventions • Atrial Fibrillation •  Chronic Total Occlusions • Chronic Limb Ischemia • Pericarditis •  Peripheral Vascular Disease •  Atherosclerosis •  Diabetes and the Vascular System •  Preventative Medicine •  Imaging of Venous Insufficiency •  Imaging in Echocardiography •  Imaging in Endovascular Therapies of Structural Heart Disease •  Cardiac CTA •  Aortic Disease •  Long-Term Follow-up of EVAR •  Thoracic Aorta Trauma •  Trends & Management of Pulmonary Embolisms & Venous Thrombosis • Chronic Venous Insufficiency •  Advances in Cardiovascular Interventions & Research  •  Valvular Disease • Advances in Endovascular & Interventional Procedures―Tips & Tricks • Carotid Arterial Interventions―CEA vs CAS • Advances―Controversies―Latest Concepts in Cardiovascular Medicine & Surgery

TARGET AUDIENCE

This is an interdisciplinary congress and is designed to provide a comprehensive educational experiences that encompasses the pathophysiology, clinical diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases as they are encountered by primary care physicians, vascular, general, thoracic, cardiothoracic and cardiovascular surgeons, neurosurgeons, cardiologists, internists and cardiology and vascular interventional radiologists, as well as allied healthcare personnel, i.e., RN’s, PA’s, NP’s, RVT’s and other Allied Medical Sciences.

PHYSICIANS-IN-TRAINING, PhD STUDENTS, PA’S and NURSES—ABSTRACTS, INTERESTING CASES AND POSTER PRESENTATION SUBMISSION:  Trainees, interns, RN’s, PA’s and NP’s are invited to showcase your most interesting and challenging cases for educational purposes during our annual meeting.  We are particularly interested in complex interventional and surgical cases that fall into the following categories: • SFA • Limb Salvage • Venous • TEVAR • EVAR • Renal • Carotid • Coronary • Endovascular • Valve & Structural • Imaging • Heart Failure • Women in Cardiology and Heart Disease in Women • Preventative Medicine • Cardiovascular Interventions


Selection of cases for presentation―special emphasis is given to originality, innovation and creativity in diagnosis, therapy and management.  Abstracts will be presented in oral and poster format. The best 10 abstracts and interesting case presentations will be presented orally. 

A prize in the amount of USD $100 will be awarded for the best oral/poster presentation(s) by a trainee. In addition to a monetary prize, awardees will receive the remainder of the year’s membership as an Associate or Affiliate Member (whichever is applicable) for free. At the end of the year, the awardee is offer
ed Associate Membership for 3-years or Affiliate Membership at a reduced annual fee. After 3-years as an Associate Member, you would submit an updated CV for elevation to a “full member” which would provide for an opportunity to be nominated for a position in a leadership role in the ICA.

2024 ICA YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD COMPETITION

If you are a resident or fellow in a training program, consider applying for our Young Investigator Award Competition

The purpose of this competition is to encourage young physicians, research fellows and trainees to engage in high quality research, which forms the basis for future achievement in the pathophysiology of disease, diagnosis and treatment. The Scientific Committee will judge entries on originality, innovativeness, scientific merit, presentation, and relevance. The finalist will deliver a 15-minute oral presentation. The International College of Angiology reserves the right to publish the prize-winning manuscript in the International Journal of Angiology. The winner(s) will be given a cash award in the amount of USD $1000 and one-year Associate Membership in the International College of Angiology. Previous recipients of a Young Investigator Award will be ineligible.

Requirements

  • Applicant’s academic rank cannot be higher than Associate Professor or Lecturer, and must not have held this position for more than 3 years.
  • The scientific work is mainly the result of the applicant’s effort.
  • Materials must be original, unpublished, and not previously presented.
  • Only one (1) submission per author will be considered. The candidate must be the sole or first author, and must be present at the Award Ceremony to receive the award.
  • The submission must be accompanied by certification from the candidate’s Head of the Division that the candidate executed the work, that the candidate’s academic rank is not higher than Associate Professor or Lecturer, and length of time in this position.
  • Any finalist who cannot personally present their work will be ineligible for the award. 


Procedure
The full manuscript MUST be submitted along with the abstract. The manuscript should conform to the guidelines for the International Journal of Angiology and should be 8 to 12 pages in length. Abstracts MUST be submitted in the format indicated on our abstract form. A signed disclosure statement MUST be submitted with your abstract. There are three awards in this category―medical, surgical and basic research. The purpose of the award is to encourage young physicians, surgeons and basic research scientists to engage in high quality research which forms the basis for future advancements in patient health care.

International College of Angiology

Member, Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS)

EXECUTIVE OFFICE: 161 MORIN DRIVE,  JAY, VERMONT 05859-9283 U.S.A.
TELEPHONE: +802.988.4065   FAX: +802.988.4066
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