From the AATS

Work to Advance Cardiac Surgery Across the Americas at the 2017 AATS International Cardiovascular Symposium


 

December 8-9, 2017
Renaissance São Paulo Hotel
São Paulo, Brazil

Join Dr. Thoralf M. Sundt III, Past President of the AATS and expert in bicuspid aortopathy, and Dr. David P. Taggart, Great Britain's luminary on coronary artery disease, at the 2017 AATS International Cardiovascular Symposium in São Paulo, Brazil, on December 8-9, 2017. Register to be there as they, and the rest of the esteemed faculty, discuss state-of the-art information on devices, long-term results and surgical techniques with a focus on preventing, diagnosing and treating heart valve disease.

Several faculty members have shared why surgeons should attend the Symposium. Thoralf M. Sundt, III from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA says, “This is an exciting opportunity for us to come together to discuss and learn about the most up to-date approaches to cardiovascular disease with special focus on the South American perspective.”

David P. Taggart from the University of Oxford in the UK says, “The meeting provides an excellent opportunity to hear focused updates on all aspects of adult cardiothoracic surgery by leading experts both from within and beyond Brazil and with great opportunities for interaction amongst delegates and faculty.”

Program Directors
Joseph S. Coselli
Walter J. Gomes
Marc R. Moon
Thoralf M. Sundt, III

To see the program, register or learn more about the faculty visit: aats.org/ics