Curing a Broken Heart
INCardio Communication Event Innovative Therapies for Cardiovascular Disorders
- Date: 07.10.2021, 2:00pm
- Place: Online
- Typology: Communication Event
How can you cure a broken heart? On World Heart Day, 29 September 2021, we are pleased to announce the event Curing a Broken Heart, an Italy-Austria Interreg collaboration project on innovative therapies to fight cardiovascular diseases.
The event will take place on October 7th 2021 at 2pm and it will be hybrid: in presence in Innsbruck and simultaneously online. Partecipation is free, subject to registration.
The Communication Event is organized by INCardio project- Innovative Therapies for Cardiovascular Disorders - and brought to you by the Medical University of Innsbruck and partners, ICGEB, EURAC Research, CUAS.
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