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2nd edition of the International Conference on Vascular Anomalies (VAC 2025)

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Mark your calendars for the 2nd edition of the International Conference on Vascular Anomalies (VAC 2025), scheduled for 11-14 February 2025 in Berlin. This conference promises to delve deep into the latest advancements in vascular anomalies research, from basic and translational studies to clinical applications, with the overarching goal of fostering new treatment strategies.

A Hub of Innovation and Collaboration

VAC 2025 serves as a vibrant platform for experts, emerging researchers, and practitioners in the field of vascular anomalies to share insights, present groundbreaking research, and engage in meaningful discussions. The conference is designed to inspire innovation, facilitate networking, and encourage the formation of collaborative partnerships aimed at addressing the challenges and opportunities in vascular anomalies treatment.

Highlights from VAC 2023

The inaugural VAC conference in Brussels was a testament to the community’s dedication and enthusiasm, drawing 220 participants from 25 countries. Featuring high-caliber presentations, dynamic discussions, and significant contributions from young researchers, VAC 2023 set a precedent for future gatherings by emphasizing the importance of active engagement and scholarly exchange.

Looking Forward to VAC 2025

With anticipation building for the Berlin conference, the  VAC 2025 scientific committee invites scholars, clinicians, and all those passionate about advancing vascular anomalies research to attend. Whether you are seeking to share your latest findings, learn from leading experts, or explore new avenues for collaboration, VAC 2025 offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the shaping of the field’s future.

Stay Informed

Registration and abstract submission details will be announced soon. If you’re interested in participating in VAC 2025 or wish to receive updates, please reach out to francisca.voermans@uclouvain.be or visit the VAC 2025 website here.

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