February 08, 2016  


EAS Academy - FH updates

We are pleased to announce that new webcast presentations from the recent EAS Advanced Course on FH are now published online. Presentations available include The population burden of FH - The need to close the gap (Kausik Ray), Diagnosis of FH: Scoring systems and Genetic diagnosis, Polygenic causes of clinical FH (Joep Defesche), Cascade screening introduction and experience from Spain (Pedro Mata), Treatment of FH: Diet, statin and statin intolerance (Olov Wiklund) and FH in children (Albert Wiegman).

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Cardiovascular Gene Annotation Initiative

EAS has a wide network and regularly promotes related research projects. One of these is the Cardiovascular Gene Annotation Initiative funded by the British Heart Foundation, BHF.  

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