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We warmly welcome you to the 14th Annual Meeting of International Society for Heart Research (Indian Section) to be held from 27th to 29th January 2017 at  the CSIR-Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology. The meeting is expected to bring the basic scientists and the clinicians working in the field of cardiovascular diseases in one platform 

The theme of the meeting for year 2017 is “Cardiovascular Disease: Current Advances in Nutritional, Clinical and Molecular Research”.


The meeting will have panel discussions, technical sessions, orations and plenary lectures. Apart from these, there will also be two award sessions, where selected abstracts submitted by students/young scientists will be presented. 

      Registrations Now Open    
Registration Fee:
Rs. 1,500 for students
Rs. 3,000 for Faculty 
Rs. 10,000 for Industry
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