Welcome to: The German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology

Herzlich Willkommen auf der Internetseite der Gesellschaft für Mikrozirkulation und Vaskuläre Biologie (GfMVB)

We are delighted to announce the third joint meeting between the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology (GfMVB), and the Dutch Vascular Biology Societies (DESB, MiVaB).

The registration fee for this  Vascular Biology meeting is 260 Euro.
With registration you will have full access to the scientific program, the social program, lunches, poster sessions, coffee/tea during the breaks, and our conference APP.
Accommodation is not included. 

The event will take place from 3 – 5 November 2021 at the “Deutsches Primatenzentrum” (DPZ) 
Leibniz-Institut für Primatenforschung 
Kellnerweg 4, 37077 Göttingen, Germany (https://www.dpz.eu/en/about-us/profile.html)

The third joint Vascular Biology meeting will bring together investigators from all fields of vascular biology for the exchange of new concepts and discussions of outstanding questions in the field. Presentations of the latest discoveries will be provided by internationally recognizes scientists and emerging young starts. Angiocrine signaling, Angiogenesis, Arteriogenesis – Collaterals, Lymphatics, Vascular Mechanobiology, the Microcirculation in Cardiac Regeneration, Systems approaches to analyze cardiovascular single cell data, and the Microcirculation in Covid-19 patients are just a few of the topics addressed at our meeting.

In particular we are very excited to welcome Nobel laureate Prof. Stefan Hell, who will spearhead a special symposium dedicated to novel imaging modalities in the cardiovascular system.

Several awards and travel grants will be made available to junior researchers submitting their abstract to this meeting. Thanks to the support of DEBS/MiVaB, EVBO, and ESM we can support >15 travel grants and poster prizes. In addition we will have the Aletta Jacobs awards (in total 3) for female scientists in the field of microvascular biology at the start of their career.