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2014 Suzhou International Symposium on Basic and Translational Vascular Research Held at Soochow University




From Oct. 11th to 13th, the 2014 Suzhou International Symposium on Basic and Translational Vascular Research, also known as the Conference of the Study Group of Vascular Biology, Branch of Experimental Hematology, CAP, was held at the academic hall in Binglin Library, Dushu Lake Campus.


The three-day symposium consists of 26 presentations covering 6 most cutting-edge topics and their potential clinical application, namely, the molecular targeted therapy, the development and diseases of vasa lymphatica, the angiogenesis and vascular remodeling and its integrity maintenance, the new signaling mechanism of endothelial cells, the thrombosis and hemostasis and the tumor microenvironment and angiogenesis.  


This symposium brought together leading researchers in China and from abroad with shared interest in this field. Some of the researchers are Dr. Gou-Young Koh (Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea), Dr. Issei Komuro (University of Tokyo, Japan), Dr. Seppo Yl?-Herttuala (University of Eastern Finland, Finland), Dr. Tatiana Petrova (University of Lausanne, Switzerland), Pro. Xiao Yang (Institute of Biotechnology, AMMS, China), Pro. Yu Huang (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Pro. Yongzhang Luo (Tsinghua University, China) and Pro. Qingyu Wu (Soochow University, China/Cleveland Clinic, USA).


As one of the most professional international conferences in the area, the Suzhou International Symposium on Basic and Translational Vascular Research is held every two years, which has brought about continuity and innovation in this research field.  The success of the symposium will surely expand the influence of Suzhou’s Hematology as a traditionally leading subject, raise its voice and enhance its overall strength.


The Cyrus Tang Hematology Center