Since its inception in 1964, EAS has built up a portfolio of activities and initiatives, carried out by our members, driven by a spirit of scientific enquiry and exchange.
Through our Publication programme of guidelines and consensus position papers, EAS creates a framework for discussion of new developments in the atherosclerosis field.
Education & Research
The topics covered in our publications feed in to the Society’s Educational programme. With live and online educational activities EAS supports exchange of knowledge between scientists and clinicians. By reaching out to involve young scientists, and providing a forum for our members to share expertise, we will strengthen and grow the Society at the forefront of developments and innovation in the atherosclerosis field.
Networks, Collaborations & Outreach
The infrastructure provided by EAS networks – the Lipid Clinic Network, the EAS-Familial Hypercholesterolaemia Studies Collaboration (EAS-FHSC), and national atherosclerosis societies – allows us to share knowledge and expertise, the better to address educational need where it is most acute. Through our collaborations with related scientific societies we will expand our knowledge of scientific developments in the atherosclerosis field at the interface of other areas.
EAS organises a 4-day scientific Congress in a different European city each year – scientific meetings bringing together over 2,000 basic and clinical scientists, clinicians, and practitioners with an interest in cardiovascular diseases.
At EAS Congress you’ll meet others who want to share their latest findings in atherosclerosis research and clinical practice, as well as to hear about yours. You’ll come across world-leading experts, up-and-coming students, and everyone in between. EAS Congress brings together delegates with wide-ranging interests, making for lively discussion and innovative approaches, as we tackle mutual challenges each from our own perspective.
Join us in Lyon for the EAS Congress 2024!
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