21 January 2018 09:00 until 25 January 2018 17:00

12th PVRI Annual World Congress on PVD, Singapore 2018

Join us in Singapore for this year's Congress

The 12th Annual World Congress registration is now open. The Congress will be held in Singapore from 21 to 25 January 2018.

The event

Singapore landscape

The Congress brings together leading scientists and clinicians engaged in the combat against pulmonary vascular disease. A full four-day event, including a Gala Dinner, will offer a chance for young scientists to network with leaders in the field. An additional one day for pre-meetings is scheduled on 21 January for the PVRI Task Forces.

Our Scientific Organisers, Martin Wilkins and Ardi Ghofrani, are putting together a very exciting and stimulating agenda with many opportunities for debate. After each talk, there will be a five-poster presentation (one minute each). Presenters will introduce their novel work from one slide. Interested parties can then discuss the posters with the presenters during the Cocktail Reception and other social gatherings.

Formal visa invitation letters can be provided to delegates on request. Please email: Admin@pvrinstitute.org . You can check whether you will require a visa by following this link: https://www.ica.gov.sg/enteranddeparting/before/entryvisa



We are delighted to announce the Mandarin Orchard Singapore has been chosen as our official meeting hotel for the PVRI 12th Annual World Congress. The Mandarin Orchard is rated a 'Four Crown' property and will provide our guests an ideal setting in which to hold our scientific sessions.

A special referral link with the option to book using the PVRI preferential rate will be emailed to all delegates upon registration.

Please note that cancellations made 7 or more days prior to arrival will be fully refunded all deposits paid, and the individual or group will not be charged any cancellation penalty. Cancellations made within 7 days prior to arrival will forfeit two nights' room and tax charges.

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