Science shines in Portland

ASE’s Silver Anniversary Scientific Sessions welcomed investigators from 24 countries around the world who presented their original science during the meeting. Two investigator award competitions recognized the best science presented, and ASE congratulates them on their excellent achievements!

  • 2014 Arthur E. Weyman Young Investigator’s Award Competition Winner
    Chi Young Shim, MD, PhD, from Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon for her work entitled “Platelet Attachment to Vascular Endothelium Occurs in Both Early and Late-Stage Atherosclerosis Secondary to Dysregulation of Von Willebrand Factor: Evaluation by Contrast Ultrasound Molecular Imaging”
  • 2014 Sonographer Investigator’s Award Competition Winner
    Angela M. Morgan, PGDCU, MHSc, from Capital & Coast District Health Board in Wellington, New Zealand for her work entitled “Global Longitudinal Strain Differentiates Right Ventricular Pacing Lead Positions”

Thank you to all of the investigators who contributed to this year’s scientific program! We hope to see your future science at next year’s Scientific Sessions in Boston, Massachusetts, June 13-16, 2015. Abstract submission will open in October 2014.

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Echo Bingo at ASE 2014

bingo winnerCongratulations to ASE member, Anne Bello, RDCS, RDMS, AS, who won the Echo Bingo drawing which took place at ASE’s Silver Anniversary Scientific Sessions on Monday, June 23.  See you in Boston Anne!

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Dr. Neil J. Weissman elected President of ASE

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United States Senator to Speak at Medical Conference Sunday in Portland

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New Study Develops Cutting-Edge Echocardiography Method for Diagnosis of Acute Coronary Syndromes

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Study Reveals Potential New Therapeutic Target for Patients with Atherosclerosis

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New Study Shows Promising Results for using Speckle-tracking Echocardiography after Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve Implantation in Congenital Heart Disease Patients

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New Study Sheds Light on Risk Factors for Atrial Fibrillation and Cardioembolic Stroke

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Innovative Cardiovascular Ultrasound Solutions Showcased in Exhibit Hall at ASE Scientific Sessions

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ASE Founder, Dr. Harvey Feigenbaum received Indiana University President’s Medal

Dr. Feigenbaum was presented with the President’s Medal for Excellence on Monday evening. An Indiana University faculty member since 1962, Feigenbaum has been the leading scientist for decades in echocardiography, the most widely used imaging technique for diagnosing cardiovascular disease, which is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Read more about how he pioneered the way for echocardiography and his many accomplishments in the field of medicine here.

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