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37th Charing Cross Symposium 2015

Olympia National Hall | London, UK
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Title: 37th Charing Cross Symposium 2015
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Dates: From Apr, 28, 2015 to May, 1, 2015
Location: London, UK
Type: Symposium
Registration Cost: From 75 to 795 GBP
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Olympia National Hall

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Event Overview
Welcome message:

Dear colleagues,

We can now provide the whole of the CX 2015 Main Programme and details of many of the CX Parallel Sessions. I am pleased to draw your attention to the colour-code system used at “CX at a glance”. Instantly, it can be seen that in the Main Programme traditional topics are followed: Peripheral on the first day, Abdominal Aortic on the second, Carotid and Thoracic on the third, and Venous on the fourth. It can also be noted that the CX Venous Workshop will take place in the gallery on Wednesday 29 April and Thursday 30 April, preceding the main session “Venous Controversies”.

The colour-code system is, as will be expected, red for aortic, blue for veins, and we have chosen purple for peripheral arterial disease, so often associated with discolouration when the circulation is poor.

We are proud to introduce for the first time the titles of presentations from successful abstract submissions selected by the CX Programme Organising Board. Prizes of £1,000 will be awarded to the paper judged to be the best by a senior vascular specialist and a further £1,000 will be awarded to the person judged to present the best trainee paper.

These abstract sessions have been allocated under the colour-code system so that those interested in aortic can see exactly where the red squares are, venous in blue, carotid in yellow and peripheral in purple.

A new entry this year is the CX Peripheral Live Cases to be led by Thomas Zeller from Bad Krozingen, Germany. The Live Cases will demonstrate techniques which will relate to what is also shown on the Main Programme. CX Edited Live Cases – Aortic is a new venture to demonstrate different thoracic and abdominal aortic technical issues. We continue to highlight imaging as being key to successful results with vascular technologies in terms of sizing, positioning and deployment. The CX Imaging Day will have presentations in the morning, followed in the afternoon by demonstrations in the Exhibition Hall. There is so much to see at Charing Cross this year that you should plan in advance which sessions you are going to attend.

On behalf of the CX Programme Organising Board, we welcome all to CX in April and look forward to seeing you.

Yours sincerely,

Roger Greenhalgh

Chairman, Programme Organising Board


Andrea Agostinucci, Turin, Italy

Michele Antonello, Padua, Italy

Carsten Arnoldussen, Maastricht, Netherlands

Ron Balm, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Iris Baumgartner, Bern, Switzerland

Jonathan Beard, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Rodrigo Bernandes, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Colin Bicknell, London, United Kingdom

Theodosios Bisdas, Münster, Germany

Jean Bismuth, Houston, United States

Martin Björck, Uppsala, Sweden

Stephen Black, London, United Kingdom

Jan Blankensteijn, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Paul Blair, Belfast, United Kingdom

Dittmar Böckler, Heidelberg, Germany

Edwin Borman, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

Kursat Bozkurt, Istanbul, Turkey

Andrew Bradbury, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Bruce Braithwaite, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Duncan Brennand, London, United Kingdom

Joe Brookes, London, United Kingdom

Marcus Brooks, Bristol, United Kingdom

Martin Brown, London, United Kingdom

Bao Bui, Sherbrooke, Canada

Nick Burfitt, London, United Kingdom

Steven Burke, Waltham, United States

Jacques Busquet, Paris St Cloud, France

Steve Bustin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Piergiorgio Cao, Rome, Italy

Tom Carrell, London, United Kingdom

Attilio Cavezzi, San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy

Eddie Chaloner, London, United Kingdom

Sylvain Chastanet, Nice, France

Eric Chemla, London, United Kingdom

Stephen Cheng, Hong Kong

Ian Chetter, Hull, United Kingdom

Roberto Chiesa, Milan, Italy

Patrick Chong, Frimley, United Kingdom

Daveen Chopra, Santa Rosa, United States

Timothy Chuter, San Francisco, United States

Trevor Cleveland, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Rachel Clough, London, United Kingdom

Ander Cohen, London, United Kingdom

Philip Coleridge-Smith, London, United Kingdom

Gioachino Coppi, Modena, Italy

Jeremy Crane, London, United Kingdom

Frank Criado, Baltimore, United States

Cesar Cuellar Ortiz, Neiva, Colombia

Martin Czerny, Bern, Switzerland

Fabrizio D’Abate, London, United Kingdom

Michael Dake, Stanford, United States

Katy Darvall, Exeter, United Kingdom

Ingemar Davidson, Dallas, United States

Alun Davies, London, United Kingdom

Rick de Graaf, Maastricht, Netherlands

Jan de Waele, Ghent, Belgium

Sebastian Debus, Hamburg, Germany

John DeFord, Murray Hill, United States

Colin Derdeyn, St. Louis, United States

Nimesh Desai, Philadelphia, United States

Eamon Dolan, Dublin, Ireland

Stephan Duda, Berlin, Germany

Matthew J Eagleton, Cleveland, United States

Hans-Henning Eckstein, Munich, Germany

Michael Edmonds, London, United Kingdom

Alan Edwards, Ruthin, United Kingdom

Mary Ellis, London, United Kingdom

Fabrizio Fanelli, Rome, Italy

Mariano Ferreira, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Ian Franklin, London, United Kingdom

Peter Gaines, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Sidnei Galego, Santo André, Brazil

Pierre Galvagni Silveira, Florianópolis, Brazil

Raghvinder Gambhir, London, United Kingdom

Richard Gibbs, London, United Kingdom

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Olympia London, Hammersmith Road (entrance on Olympia Way), London, W14 8UX, United Kingdom. Located in Kensington, Olympia Grand is the main hall in the Olympia complex and is famous for its Victorian architecture.
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  • Posters need to be formatted for A1 (594mm x 841mm) preferably portrait if possible and sent as a PDF file.
  • This PDF file should include embedded fonts and any images that you wish to use as part of your poster.
  • The final version of your poster should be sent to no later than Friday 27th March 2015.
  • If there are any issues with printing, we may contact you to resolve these.
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Charing Cross Symposium, 526 Fulham Road, 
London SW6 4NR, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7736 8788

Fax: +44 (0) 20 7736 8283


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Charing Cross Symposium, 526 Fulham Road, 
London SW6 4NR, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7736 8788

Fax: +44 (0) 20 7736 8283


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