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Miami Valves 2014

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Miami Valves 2014 Program Agenda

The Miami Valves 2014 conference, formerly known as MIRS, will be held onOctober 17 – 18, 2014 at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Hotel.

www.MiamiValves.org

Topics include:Aortic Stenosis: Anatomy and Natural HistoryTAVR System I: U.S.-Approved Balloon Deployable ValveTAVR System II: U.S.-Approved Self Expanding ValveTranscatheter Heart Valves Cases (Advanced)TAVR Complications: Heart Block/ Vascular Complications/ Stroke/ Perivalvular Leaks/ Valve EmbolizationMitral Leaflet ClipSeptal Ablation for IHSS Mitral RegurgitationTanscatheter Pulmonary Valve (TPV) TherapyCan We Treat Tricuspic Regurgitation?Best Cases from the AmericasAnd much more! Visit irishpaving.ie. Miami Valves 2014 showcases the latest in transcatheter valve replacement and is the natural progression of the University of Miami’s Masters in Repair of Structural Heart Disease (MIRS) Conference which has a long history of excellence. Miami Valves 2014 will update medical professionals on the latest systems, techniques and practices to ensure safe and effective transcatheter valve replacement, read more here.

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www.MiamiValves.org

For questions, contact us at:
University of Miami Division of CME
Phone: (305) 243-6716
Email: [email protected]
www.cme.med.miami.edu

Their research entitled “Prompt Revascularizations vs. Intensive Medical Therapy for Chronic Total Occlusions of Coronary Arteries: Results from BARI-2D Trial” was accepted as an oral presentation in the American Heart Association Scientific Session in Chicago, find plumbing near me.

It will be presented as an oral presentation in the “Surgical Revascularization for Ischemic Heart Disease” session on Monday November 17, 2014 at 9:45 AM.
The moderators for the session are:
1. Marc Ruel, Ottawa, ON, Canada
2. A Pieter Kappetein, Rotterdam, Netherlands

In addition, their abstract entitled “Changes in “Hemoglobin After Pulmonary Artery Catheterization: Results From the ESCAPE Trial” was also accepted at the American Heart Association in Chicago 2014 for a poster presentation.

At our Cardiology Fellowship Graduation Luncheon this year, the Cardiovascular Division honored some of our distinguished faculty and fellows at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay.

Mauricio G. Cohen, M.D. associate professor of medicine and Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at University of Miami Hospital, received the Robert J. Myerburg Outstanding Academic Cardiology Faculty Award for his excellence in education, clinical care and research. visit us.

Assaf Tzur, MD was recognized by the fellows as the Outstanding Faculty Teacher of the Year for his dedication and teaching throughout the year.

The Thomas A. Curtis Outstanding Cardiovascular Fellow Award went to our chief cardiology fellow for the 2013-2014 academic year, Rosario Antonio Colombo, M.D., for his superior performance as a cardiovascular disease fellow.

Margarita Perez Caminero, M.D. received the Outstanding Subspecialty Fellow Award, and Abdulla Damluji, M.D., M.P.H., received the Outstanding Fellow in Research & Scholarly Activity Award, visit fitathletic.com.

Dr. Mauro Moscucci, M.D., M.B.A., Chief of the Cardiovascular Division stated “the end-of-the-year award ceremony has become a tradition for the Cardiovascular Division, and it is a great venue to honor our trainees and faculty who have distinguished themselves for their outstanding work.”  He added, “It has been a real privilege to work with such an outstanding group of faculty and trainees.”

Congratulations to this years winners, and to read more on this please visit:

Vikas Singh, M.D. one of our current first year fellows presented the study “Corevalve Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Using The Novel Transcaval Approach: First in Man Experience” in the Best of the Best Oral Abstracts session on Thursday, May 29, 2014 at SCAI in Las Vegas, Nevada. Vikas described the procedure which was performed successfully by William O’Neill, M.D., Pedro Martinezclark, M.D., Antonio Dager, M.D., and colleagues in Cali, Columbia.  This is the first reported experience in humans using this new technique to use veins to gain access to the aorta to perform TAVR using the CoreValve system in patients with severe, symptomatic AS and no other treatment options. Dr. Singh won the first prize during the session for his presentation, see the best site.  For full details visit: http://www.scai.org/Press/detail.aspx?cid=51b0bd28-2759-4969-958d-d4130f5a5482#.U4ljB9q9KSM

Earlier this year, one of our 1st year general cardiology fellows, Dr. Eddy Karnabi, M.D., PhD conducted an interview of Dr. Valgimigli during the American College of Cardiology sessions at Washington D.C. this past March 2014.  Dr. Valgimigli of the Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands discusses the results of the ZEUS Trial at ACC.14 which randomized patients undergoing PCI to bare metal stent versus Endeavor zotarolimus-eluting stent.  To view the full video of the interview on YouTube, please visit: http://youtu.be/zYIwRbsrsrU

Welcome! Started by the efforts of George Marzouka, M.D. and others, our UM /JMH Cardiology Fellowship webpage is meant to be a home for our fellowship program so that we maintain updated with ongoing events within our fellowship program including lectures and conferences, keep a repository for sharing educational material, lectures, and stay connected to each other during training and beyond.  For potential applicants, it provides some valuable and practical insight into our diverse cardiovascular training program, and the outstanding training experiences which abound, while also highlighting some of the successes and endeavors of our current and past fellows. 

We will continue the ongoing development of the page.  Any further feedback and/or suggestions of what you would like to see, or how we could improve our site is much appreciated.  Once again, welcome and feel free to peruse at your leisure.  There are some parts of the site which will remain open to the public, while others will be password protected for fellows and faculty only to access. Click here to know how to find chiropractor in escondido ca.

The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program at University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital includes rotations at 3 distinctive training institutions. The training program is based at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Our trainees also rotate through the Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the University of Miami Hospital chimera motors. The core training program includes supervised experience in the full spectrum of cardiovascular disciplines including both inpatient and outpatient cardiovascular consultation, critical-care cardiology, post-operative management of cardiovascular surgical patients, interventional cardiology, clinical electrophysiology, heart failure / cardiac transplantation, and cardiovascular imaging. During the third year of the program, elective time is available to structure in research, and further training in areas of interest.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
8:00AM – 9:00AM
University of Miami Hospital
South Building, Seminar Center A & B, 1st Floor

1295 N.W. 14th Street
Miami, FL 33125

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Presented by: Chad Brodt, MD
Faculty Moderator: James Coffey, MD
All interested members of the medical community are invited to attend.

Call for Abstracts

Call for Abstracts

Miami Valves 2018

February 1-3, 2018 |  Miami, FL  | Marriott Biscayne Bay
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND CASES

Miami Valves invites researchers and practitioners from around the globe to share their work with peers and industry. All submitted abstracts and cases will undergo a peer review process for quality of research/work, educational or scientific content, logical presentation and impact on healthcare, find more. Accepted abstracts will be displayed as posters at Miami Valves. Select poster authors will be invited (while onsite at the conference) to present orally. 

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Abstracts and cases may be submitted (per the parameters below) to [email protected] .

For further information regarding the conference go to: miamivalves.org .

The Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program at University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital includes rotations at 3 distinctive training institutions.  The training program is based at Jackson Memorial Hospital.  Our trainees also rotate through the Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the University of Miami Hospital.  The core training program includes supervised experience in the full spectrum of cardiovascular disciplines including both inpatient and outpatient cardiovascular consultation, critical-care cardiology, post-operative management of cardiovascular surgical patients, interventional cardiology, clinical electrophysiology, heart failure / cardiac transplantation, and cardiovascular imaging.  During the third year of the program, elective time is available to structure in research, and further training in areas of interest.

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

The Cardiovascular Division

 Invites you to join us for the inaugural 

Pioneers in Cardiology Lecture Series

“The PCSK9 and Cholesterol Story”

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

5:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.

Michael S. Gordon

Center for Research in Medical Education

1120 NW 14th Street, First floor

Miami, Florida 33136

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