Explore our webinar lineup, which includes events from the American Physiological Society’s (APS) Physiology in Focus learning series. Browse the list of live and on demand offerings, check back often for new additions and sign up to receive webinar announcements.

Upcoming Webinars

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Vascular Contributions to Dementia
May 18, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

This webinar will discuss the evidence for the vascular contributions to Alzheimer’s disease with a specific focus on large artery stiffness. 

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May 25, 2022
2 p.m. EDT

Our Career Gateway Coffee Chat series will provide information from an expert in the field followed by time for questions and discussion. . 

2022 Webinar Graphics - Respiration Plethysmography - 200x200WEBINAR—Basic Barometric Plethysmography Techniques and Respiratory Science: A crucial tool in the study of opioid abuse and breathing pathologies
June 1, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

Erica Levitt, PhD, from the University of Florida, and Lara DeRuisseau, PhD, from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York, will present their research on the effects of opioid abuse and intellectual disability on breathing patterns through the pairing of neural recording and whole-body plethysmography in murine models. 

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—COVID-19, Endotheliitis and Long-term Cardiovascular Effects
June 7, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

During the webinar, Montezano will discuss his lab’s findings and their implications for the pathophysiology of COVID-19, associated vascular inflammation and the activation of ACE2-mediated pro-inflammatory signaling. 

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Exploring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in Science
June 15, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

The program will include discussions defining diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and how it is used in science, and what it means to be an ally and how to develop a network of allies. 

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Moving for a Better Beat: How Exercise Benefits the Heart
June 22, 2022
5 p.m. EDT

In this webinar, Louise Naylor, PhD, of The University of Western Australia, will explore the effects of exercise and exercise training on the cardiovascular system. 

Heartseed Webinar - 200x200WEBINAR—Creating New Horizons in Heart Failure Treatment
June 23, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

Heartseed Chief Medical Officer and Head of Research and Development Takehiko Kaneko, MD, will explain remuscularization and Heartseed’s technology of iPS cell production, purification and transplantation. 

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Androgens and Cardiovascular Diseases in Women: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice
September 14, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

In this webinar, we will discuss two clinical situations that are associated with high levels of androgens. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the most common endocrine disorder in reproductive-aged women, is associated with a modest elevation of androgens. 

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Inflammation and Vascular Damage in Hypertension
September 28, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

In this webinar, Ana Briones, PhD, PharmD, of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in Spain, will share the latest advances on the role of novel proinflammatory mediators associated to vascular damage in hypertension. 

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Cardiovascular Regenerative Medicine: Deconstructing Regenerative Therapeutics
October 12, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

Eduardo Marbán, MD, PhD, of Cedars Sinai Smidt Heart Institute in Los Angeles will present a webinar on the use of cell therapies, extracellular vesicles (EVs) and noncoding RNAs (ncRNA) for the treatment of cardiovascular conditions. 

2022 Webinar Series - Cardiovascular Connection - Web - 200x200WEBINAR SERIES—Cardio-Renal-Lymphatic Disease
November 9, 2022
11 a.m. EDT

In this webinar, Giacomo Rossitto, PhD, of the University of Padua in Italy, will describe his physiological studies suggesting a defective interstitial fluid drainage in patients with heart failure, which is a prototypic condition for overt volume expansion. 

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