CURRENT RESEARCH INITIATIVES
The Multi-modal International Cardiomyopathy Outcomes research Initiative is the largest global federated data registry envisioned in Cardiovascular Disease. Click below to learn more about this multi-institutional, multi-vendor partnered research initiative focussed on catalyzing personalized care for patients with cardiomyopathy.
WAYS YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT OUR RESEARCH INITIATIVES
wnicer educational activities
WAYS YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT OUR EDUCATION activities
continuing medical education
WNICER has the infrastructure in place to provide and/or facilitate continuing medical education. The services we provide include:
recruiting faculty to set objectives and develop the slide deck
recruiting faculty to present the talk nation-wide and internationally
applying for accreditation from various accreditation bodies in which the CME will be offered
event management and logistics
communication and marketing
If you are interested in providing an unrestricted educational grant to develop a CME program, please send an email to WNICER to start the discussion.
WNICER runs scientific colloquia with the following aims:
answering important scientific questions
developing collaborative reasearch
publishing high level publications in high impact journals
developing CME content
sharing education with collegues in the medical and related fields
We are planning an Inflammation in Atherothrombotic Cardiovascular Disease conclave that will be held in October 2020 in Boston. Program co-chairs are Drs. Robert Rosenson, Michael Farkouh, and Peter Libby.
We welcome unrestricted educational grants from industry. Sponsoring companies will invited to send delegates to this invitation-only think tank session.
Please send an email to WNICER to request more information on sponsorship.
late-breaking trial discussions
WNICER and its partners host roundtable dinner sessions to discuss late-breaking trials at all major cardiology meetings (ACC, AHA and ESC). These sessions are typically funded through unrestricted educational grants from pharma.
To sponsor a roundtable discussion please send an email to WNICER for more information.
Interested in participating as a research subject in one of our supported initiatives. Please click below to find out how.
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