American Venous Forum - Call for Abstracts Open

The 28th Annual Meeting of the American Venous Forum highlights recent advances and research in venous and lymphatic disease through professional presentations that are significant and innovative. The scientific program will provide panel presentations and discussions on all aspects of venous and lymphatic disease not limited to diagnosis, pathophysiology and treatment. Please copy and paste links into web browser. Thank you.

Milwaukee, WI, August 06, 2015 --( Deadline

Abstract Submission Deadline: Monday, September 14, 2015, 11:59 pm (EST)

Rules for Submission
Each year the American Venous Forum requests scientific abstracts from practiced individuals partaking in venous and lymphatic disease research.

The objective of this comprehensive meeting is to provide attendees knowledge of current thinking in effective clinical management of venous disease and insight into future directions from critical analysis of investigative findings.

Abstracts must be submitted under one of the following categories:
• Anti-Coagulation
• Basic Science
• Chronic Vein Obstruction
• Compression/Wound Care
• Diagnostic Testing and Imaging
• Lymphedema
• Superficial Vein Disease
• Venous Thromboembolism/IVC Filters

Read the full Call for Abstracts for more details.


BSN-Jobst Grant
The BSN-JOBST Research Grant provides a $100,000 research grant ($50,000 per year for two years) chosen through a competitive peer review selection process.

To apply for the BSN Jobst Research Grant via the AVF website by September 14, 2015 by 11:59 pm EST.

Servier Traveling Fellowship
The Servier Traveling Fellowship is open to fellows and residents in a vascular training program in the continental United States. Abstracts submitted must represent original, basic or clinical research in venous or lymphatic disease. The Servier Traveling Fellowship will provide two fellows/residents an opportunity to travel to the European Venous Forum in June (2016) to present their research. The winner must then attend the 29th Annual Meeting to present their experiences. The research of the fellow/resident recipients is selected through a competitive peer review process.

To Apply: Submit an abstract, and verify you are a fellow/resident during the submission process by September 14, 2015 by 11:59 pm EST.
American Venous Forum
Angela Stahl