Irish Cardiac Society
ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING & AGM
The Irish Cardiac Society 74th Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM will take place in Killashee House Hotel, Kildare from October 12th – 14th 2023.
The abstract submission process is now open and will close on Friday April 28th at midnight.
The ICS annual scientific meeting and AGM is the largest gathering of the Irish Cardiology profession in Ireland each year attracting in excess of 500 delegates. Taking place in October, the meeting delivers a varied scientific programme comprising expert keynote presentations, showcasing of selected abstracts, training programme updates and interactive sessions.
The event which facilitates the meetings of the Irish Atherosclerosis Society, the Irish Nurses Cardiovascular Association and the Irish Clinical Physiologists, is an excellent networking opportunity for members and allied health care professionals who come together over a three-day period to share information and knowledge.
View and download the programmes for the 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting & AGM here:
2021 WINNER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Winner of Prof. David Foley Intervention Case Competition:
Dr. Lisa Brandon
What do cardiology and orthopedics have in common? How to deal with an emergency fracture.
Winner of Best Oral Abstract:
Dr. Daniel O’ Hare
Clinical associations and pathological mechanisms of reduced atrial conduction velocity
Winner of Best Moderated Poster:
Dr. Habitha Sulaiman
Influence of routine cardiac rhythm assessment in the long-term management of channelopathy patients
Winner of Best General Poster:
Dr. Claire Tonry
Identification of novel protein biomarkers for atrial fibrillation
Winner of Brian Maurer Young Investigator Award 2021:
Dr. Muzna Hussain
Atrial uptake on technetium pyrophosphate scintigraphy: clinical implications of this new phenomenon.
(supported by Servier Laboratories Ireland Ltd.)
Brian McGovern Scholarship Recipient 2021:
Dr. Heather Cronin
Dr Cronin recently commenced a fellowship in inherited cardiac conditions in St. Barts Hospital London under the supervision of Prof. Perry Elliot.
(supported by Daiichi Sankyo Ireland)