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#BlackInCardioWeek (and RSVP)!

Thanks for your interest in #BlackInCardioWeek! RSVP for the events to get a Zoom webinar link! The webinar link will be the same for all panels. Check out the program for each panel below.

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The career panel is designed to provide insights on the experiences of Black scientists and clinicians in various cardiovascular fields and give an opportunity for people interested in careers in cardiovascular health to get advice from professionals.

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For this Q&A, Dr. Stephanie Lindsey will discuss congenital heart diseases and how her work as an engineer can help saving the lives of children born with congenital heart diseases.

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During this Q&A session, Dr. Elsie Ross and Dr. Jennifer Harris will discuss their backgrounds and introduce the audience to their amazing work on vascular surgery and neurology.

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Pour cette interview, nous allons parler avec Sandrine Grandjean, une nutritionniste française. Nous parlerons de ses expériences en tant que femme noire dans le domaine de la nutrition. (Note: this session will be in French)

During this Q&A session, Dr. Jewel Scott and Dr. Telisa Spikes will discuss their background and introduce the audience to their amazing work on cardiometabolic health disparities, especially as it relates to stress.

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This panel will discuss the stigmatization of Black people in cardiovascular research and medicine, and its consequences. Additionally, the panel will seek to provide concrete steps to prevent the stigmatization of Black people in those fields.

This panel will seek to change narratives around cardiovascular health in Black communities. During the panel, we will cover an array of topics including diet, physical activity and medicine.

This panel will discuss the future of cardiovascular health. We will discuss issues of access, recruitment and retention of Black scientists and clinicians.