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It’s time for the 4th Annual NeoHeart 2020!

Last year we flooded the streets of Huntington Beach and took away far more than innovative therapies and expert opinions; we made new and lasting friendships, while we continued to establish a foundation for neonatal cardiac care. This year our agenda will be full again; packed with sessions on neonatal hemodynamics, pulmonary hypertension, ethical dilemmas, and much more. We have experts from around the world engaged and discussing vital neonatal cardiac subjects to give YOU and our patients the most up-to-date information, research, and expert opinions.

Come join us in March 2020 in New York CIty, New York as we introduce “the city that never sleeps” culture to the many faces of NeoHeart! As we recommence to learn and share on neonatal cardiac care, we will continue to make new friendships and foundations in neonatal cardiac care.  As with our previous NeoHeart conferences, we embrace the idea of having fun while learning. So come enjoy the beach with us while learning about the neonatal heart…..

For 2019, we had the absolute privilege and honor of having Dr. Richard Van Praagh as our keynote speaker.

Dr. Richard Van Praagh is one of the greatest minds in medicine, and our field has directly benefited from his countless contributions. His seminal publication in 1972 on the segmental approach of cardiac development has become the foundation of congenital heart disease.

In 1965, he developed the world’s first modern pediatric cardiac pathology registry. In a novel approach to education, he combined each patient’s clinical course alongside their anatomic pathology to gain in-depth understanding of their unique physiology. What sets Dr. Van Praagh apart is his all-inclusive approach. This includes pediatric cardiologists, CT surgeons, neonatologists, pathologists, radiologists, and many others. Nearly every patient from every country around the world has benefited from his contributions.

Stay tuned to see who we have as our key note speaker for New York 2020!



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Abstract Submission

Submit an abstract or interesting case on your up-to-date scientific research in the field of neonatology, pediatric cardiology, CT surgery, or CVICU. Original research and team-based quality improvement, not yet published before date of presentation, are both welcomed.
Abstract submissions should be a maximum of 250 words excluding title, author and institution.
Abstracts Accepted:
All accepted abstracts will be asked to provide a poster to display at the poster reception on Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 5:00 – 6:30 PM, as well as during the breaks throughout the entire meeting.
During the reception, each abstract submitter will attend their poster, describe their research and answer any questions.
Posters are to be submitted digitally and the author is responsible to get content to conference organizers by deadline outlined in acceptance email.
There is no additional stipend or reimbursement offered for abstract research, preparation, or poster development, etc.
* Deadline for abstract submissions is February 8, 2019 *
Questions: 800.329.2900 or [email protected]
Submit your abstract HERE!

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