Coronary Artery Disease Symposium
Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of
Coronary Artery Disease
Friday, June 5, 2009
SIS is proud to announce that, utilizing the Seattle Science Foundation's state-of-the-art Bioskill's Lab, we have the opportunity to make hands-on teaching methods an integral part of the SIS 2009 Coronary Artery Disease Symposium.
Utilizing cadaveric specimens attendees will have the opportunity to work with expert faculty who will assist them with:
- hands-on anatomical review
- imaging review (IVUS, CT Angio, MR, and Coronary Angio)
- technological review (including stents, balloons, CTO guidewires, closure devices, and atherectomy devices)
- updates and demonstrations on the advances in interventional and surgical technologies and techniques
Registration is available for physicians who specialize in interventional cardiology or conduct minimally invasive cardiac interventional procedures as a part of their practice.
To maximize interaction between faculty and attendees, space is limited.
Mark Reisman, MD
Director, Cardiovascular Research & Education
Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute
Swedish Medical Center
William A. Gray, MD
Director of Endovascular Services
Cardiovascular Research Foundation
Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
Columbia University Medical Center
New York Presbyterian Hospital
New York, New York