Angiogenesis and Leukocytes in Atherosclerosis

Start date
January 30, 2014
End date
January 31, 2014
Uptown Geneva
Geneva, Switzerland
- Atherosclerosis and angiogenesis
- Oxidative effects in atherosclerosis and angiogenesis
- Atherosclerosis and macrophage subtypes
- Biomechanics and plaque vulnerability/shear stress

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 Uptown Geneva

A former cinema, Uptown Geneva has been completely transformed into an unique event/meeting center. This venue is easily accessible by public transport (train, bus, tram) and is located in the center of Geneva, within two hundred meters from the Cornavin Train Station.

Uptown Geneva - Business & Arts Center
2 Rue de la Servette, 201 Geneva, Switzerland


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Situated in the heart of Europe on the shores of Lake Geneva, Geneva is Switzerland's second largest city and is the most populous city of Romandy, the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Geneva is a global city, a financial centre, and worldwide centre for diplomacy and an important UN international co-operation centre.

Whilst in Geneva, visitors can see the Jet d’Eau, Geneva’s landmark on the shore of Lake Geneva, stroll around the Old Town (with treasures such as St Peter's Cathedral) or visit the Palais des Nations.

Geneva International Airport is served by numerous international and low cost airlines and is situated a 5km (3 miles) from the city center . The easiest way to travel to/from the airport is by train; a direct line links the airport to Cornavin Train Station and takes just seven minutes. Cornavin Train Station surrounded by hotels, restaurants and bars and is located just a minute walk from the meeting venue.

Geneva offers free local transport cards to people staying in hotels within Geneva along with free train transfers between the airport and Cornavin Train Station (ticket machines can be found in the airport's baggage claim area).

For further information on Geneva, please visit the Geneva Tourism website.