NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--“The Global Learning Series,” the global pollinator of education-focused web and television programming, is announcing the initiation of “Molecular Imaging Highlights.” Captured during the 2015 Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association in Orlando, Florida, this program features in-depth interviews with some of the leading cardiologists and molecular imaging scientists from among the best academic medical institutions around the world.
The new program was conducted under the leadership of Dr. Andrew Einstein, Associate Professor of Medicine (in Radiology) and Victoria and Esther Aboodi Cardiology Researcher at Columbia University Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York.
“The 2015 Scientific Sessions created an ideal opportunity to bring together the latest news from late-breaking cardiovascular clinical trials, and the most recent advances in molecular imaging technology. It was an excellent scientific venue which fostered superb collaboration,” according to Dr. Einstein.
The program interviews were captured according to subject areas defined by the breaking news and abstracts presented at the meeting:
Cardiovascular Disease Spotlight
- Andrew Einstein, MD, PhD; Columbia University Medical Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York
- Jennifer Mieres, MD; North Shore-LIJ Health System, New York
New Approaches to Imaging Cardiovascular Disease
- Gary Heller, MD, PhD; Morristown Medical Center, New Jersey
- Mouaz Al-Mallah, MD, MSc; King Abdul-Aziz Cardiac Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Perspectives on Targeting Vascular Disease, Inflammation and Heart Failure
- Frank Bengel, MD; Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany
- Rob Beanlands, MD, FRCPC; University of Ottawa Heart Institute, Ottawa, Canada
- Jason Tarkin, MBBS, MRCP; Cambridge University, UK
Discussion on Late-Breaking Clinical Trials
- Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD; Mount Sinai Hospital, New York
- Lawrence Fine, MD, DrPH; National Institutes of Health, Bethesda MD
The segments will be distributed to global web, social media and television venues, including individual public television stations and several U.S. cable television stations throughout North America and the Caribbean.
This program was made possible by the support of Bracco Diagnostics, FluoroPharma Medical, Ionetix and Jubilant DraxImage.
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