22 May 2018 17:30 until 22 May 2018 21:00

PVRI ATS Get-Together, San Diego

An invitation

PVRI President Paul Hassoun, and North American Task Force leader Kurt Stenmark, warmly invite you to attend this year's PVRI Get-together at the ATS in San Diego.


Who should attend?

This is a PVRI members social event and is open to all those attending the ATS meeting in May 2018. Please spread the word to all your friends and colleagues who can join us at this event by signing up for membership.

If you are not a member of the PVRI, but would like to attend this event, please click 'Apply For Membership' at the bottom of this page. The two-step process only takes a couple of minutes and will give you access to a vast range of other member benefits.

What’s the purpose of the meeting?

This is a relaxed, mix and mingle event with the purpose of spreading the word about the PVRI to new potential members and to socialise with old friends.

Is there a cost?

No, attendance to this event is free to members.


Is it important that I attend?

The PVRI is an organisation that only works because of global collaboration. By facilitating such an event, we emphasise the importance for our members to meet each other and socialise outside of our two main scientific meetings. Building upon existing relationships and establishing new ones at these gatherings are key to the PVRI's mission. Please do join us if you are attending the ATS this year.


When and where is the event being held?

The event is being held at the Asti Ristorante, which is a short walk away from the San Diego Convention Center, in the evening on Tuesday 22 May 2018. Full details can bee seen on the right hand side panel. A selection of drinks and canapés will be provided courtesy of the PVRI.

To register for this event, please sign in and register at the top of this page.

Many thanks for organising this meeting. I went last year and had a wonderful time.
Gabriele Grunig Professor, NYU School of Medicine

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