Atrial Fibrillation (AF) is the most common heart rhythm disorder in the world, with major public health impact especially due to increased risk of stroke and hospitalizations. The central objective of the CNIC AF Symposium is to bring together some of the leading AF professionals from Europe and the USA to present and discuss the latest in fundamental, translational, clinical and population sciences and technological advances in the field.

The one-and-half-day meeting will be divided into six thematic sessions, each including presentations that will cover topics that deal with basic mechanisms, translational research and critical barriers, challenges and opportunities in AF therapy. The expectation is to identify critical areas of joint work among physicians and scientists working in the AF field to advance knowledge, with the hope of improving therapy of such an often devastating condition.

Organized By

Melchor Fernández Almagro, 3
28029 Madrid, Spain