PVRI 2024 Annual Congress: The next 50 years of pulmonary hypertension - a global view

31 January - 3 February 2024

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Registration now open

We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for our PVRI 2024 Annual Congress: The next 50 years of pulmonary hypertension - a global view.

This year the event will be proudly hosted in London, a city where olds meets new, from 31 January to 3 February 2024. 

Programme highlights

The event will focus on three themes of: Global Health, Translational Science, and Clinical Science.

Pre-symposium: Wednesday 31 January

  • All-day satellite meetings: Innovative Drug Development Initiative (IDDI) Workstreams, High Altitude Task Force, Infection in Pulmonary Vascular Disease (iPVD) Consortium, and more.

Day 1: Thursday 1 February

  • PH as a global health issues
  • Multiomics biology for deep phenotyping pulmonary vascular disease
  • PVRI task force presentations
  • Featured abstracts and poster presentations
  • Evening: Welcome and network reception

Day 2: Friday 2 February

  • The many faces of PH
  • Life of the pulmonary circulation - development, life cycle, and aging
  • Clinical hot topics
  • Featured abstracts and poster presentations
  • Evening: Gala dinner and awards

Day 3: Saturday 3 February

  • Therapeutic target identification in pulmonary hypertension
  • Novel therapeutics and clinical trial design
  • Featured abstracts 
  • Providing effective care in low or middle income countries

Post-symposium: Sunday 4 February

  • PAH-ICON meeting

Abstract submissions

The abstract portal is now open.

Abstract deadline for submission: Midnight, Monday 2nd October 2023
Chosen abstract presenters will be notified by 27th November 2023

Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities

We are delighted that you are interested in exhibiting at, or sponsoring, this event. More details will be published soon. If you would like to ask us a question, please contact Karen Osborn PVRI CEO.


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