Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute's
5th Annual Cardiovascular Research Retreat
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2014 retreat. We are looking forward to our 2015 event. View the 2014 competition winners.
To view the 2014 abstract submissions, please click here and login with your JHED ID.
Welcome to the 2014 (5th annual) Johns Hopkins Cardiovascular Research Retreat. This retreat is a fantastic way for anyone at the Johns Hopkins University pursuing cardiovascular research to meet, share their work, listen to outstanding leaders of clinical and basic CV science, and compete (if you’re a graduate or post-graduate student) for abstract prizes – ALL in a relaxed atmosphere. We welcome all ranges of research from basic molecular and cell science through to experimental and clinical translational research, clinical studies, new methods, public health, epidemiology, and outcomes research. As noted, undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral students/fellows are eligible to enter poster and/or oral competitions for their presentations, and prizes will be awarded thanks to the generous support from the Stanley Blumenthal Foundation and the PJ Schafer Memorial Foundation. This retreat is sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute, and the Institute for Cardioscience Research.
Registration fee: There is no registration fee for this event.
Friday, May 30, 2014 - 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Albert Owens Auditorium
Located between the Koch Cancer Center Research Building and the Bunting Blaustein Research Building at 1551 East Jefferson Street, Baltimore, MD, 21205
Parking Will be available in the McElderry Garage
If you are using a GPS, please use 1600 McElderry Street, Baltimore, MD 21205 as the address for the parking garage
Speakers and Presentations
General Information and Logistics
Registration and Abstract Submission
All attendees must register, even if you are not presenting an abstract.
- The deadline to register for this event has passed
- The deadline to submit an abstract for this event has passed