Programme 14 February

07.30-08.30  Registration participants Lobby Crowne Plaza
     
08.30-10.00 Theme 3:  Ischemia-reperfusion injury: Implications for stroke
Moderators: Anna Falanga and Heleen van Beusekom 
Room Ceramique 1+2
  Bob Siegerink: Ischemic Stroke: An acute, heterogeneous, thrombo-inflammatory disease with chronic implications   
  Lisa Jennings: Pleiotropy of antiplatelet agents: Impact on IR injury?  
  Sacha Zeerleder: Nucleosomes, NETs, DNAses and vascular injury  
  Bernhard Lammle: Thrombotic microangiopathies: pathophysiology and treatment 
 
  Annika Lundström: Microvesicles and thrombin generation in acute ischemic stroke
 
     
10.00-10.30 Coffee break - Exhibition area
 Room: Bourgogne
   
10.30-11.30 Workshops  
  Bob Siegerink Room: Ceramique 1+2
  Lisa Jennings  Room: Ceramique 3
  Sacha Zeerleder Room: Pomerol 
  Bernhard Lammle  Room: Graves
  Annika Lindstrom   Room: Margaux
     
11.30-12.00 Short break - Exhibition area Room: Bourgogne 
   
12.00-13.00 Consensus discussion Room: Ceramique 1+2
   
13.00-14.00 Lunch - Exhibition area
Room: Bourgogne
   
14.00-15.30 Theme 4: Venous thromboembolism: Late complications and association with arterial vascular disease? 
Moderators: Harry Buller, Arina ten Cate 
Room: Ceramique 1+2
  Monika Stoll: Genetics in (recurrent) venous thrombosis    
  Christian Becker: The role of leukocyte populations in thrombosis  
  Erik Klok: Pulmonary embolism and CETPH: How to improve outcomes?
 
  Audrey Cleuren: Vascular bed specific variation in endothelial cell reactivity   
  Peter Henke: Thrombus resolution and post-thrombotic syndrome  
     
15.30-16.00 Coffee break - Exhibition area
Room: Bourgogne
   
16.00-17.00 Workshops  
Monika Stoll  Room: Ceramique 1+2
  Christian Becker  Room: Ceramique 3
  Audrey Cleuren    Room: Pomerol 
  Erik Klok  Room: Graves
  Peter Henke  Room: Margaux
     
17.00-17.30 Short break - Exhibition area
Room: Bourgogne
   
17.30-18.30 Consensus discussion  Room: Ceramique 1+2
   
19.30 Social event  De Groote Sociëteit