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12-14 May 2022
Marseille, France
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We would like to welcome you from the 12-14 May 2022 in Marseilles, located between the Mediterranean Sea and beautiful Provence.
We are very proud and honored to host the conference for the first time in France in an old city founded around 600 BC and where Etienne-Louis Arthur Fallot described "la maladie bleu" for the first time in the nineteenth century.

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Discover Marseilles

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Le Palais du Pharo

It was Prince-President Louis-Napoleon who decided to build an imperial residence in Marseilles, expressing the desire to have "a house at the water's edge". Built in 1858 for Empress Eugénie, the Emperor never actually used it. On his death, the Empress Eugénie became the sole owner of the Pharo, and generously donated it to the city.
Thanks to its exceptional location and the creation of a Conference Centre the former Imperial Residence is today a prestigious architectural complex.

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Welcome Message

Dear Colleagues and Friends of the Weinstein Community,

We would like to welcome you from the 12th-14th May 2022 to the Weinstein Cardiovascular Development and Regeneration Conference in Marseilles, located between the Mediterranean Sea and beautiful Provence.

We are very proud and honored to host the conference for the first time in France in an old city founded around 600 BC and where Etienne-Louis Arthur Fallot described “la maladie bleu” for the first time in the nineteenth century.

Since 1995, when the first official Weinstein Conference took place in USA, it has become more and more attractive to attend for all of us working in the field of basic cardiac biology and pathophysiology of development. Seminal works have been presented and discussed over the years towards a better understanding of heart formation and congenital cardiac diseases. Our field of research has been moving fast for the last years with the emergence of new technologies including tissue clearing, single cell omics, spatial transcriptomics, high and super resolution microscopy, in vitro gastruloids and cardiac organoids.


Important Dates

1 September 2021
Opening of the abstract submission & registration system