A truly global meeting
The focus of ISA is to attract an international audience of clinicians. ISA has attracted delegates from 105 different countries representing the different continents over the last 5 meetings.
fig 1. Delegate region of last five ISA meetings
The European meetings have always attracted the highest number of active delegates. The international meetings of ISA held in Europe also attracted delegates from different parts of the world, offering physicians with a clinical interest in atherosclerosis an opportunity to participate.
A clinical audience
ISA attracts a clinical audience The vast majority of participants are clinicians (65%), consisting of cardiologists, internists, endocrinologists and diabetologists.
fig 2. Delegates’ background
ISA 2015 – Amsterdam
In the tradition of the ISA meetings, the organization of ISA2015 is committed to design the congress to become the most international and clinical ISA ever. The attractiveness of Amsterdam as a conference site, with its charm as a city and convenient accessibility from all corners of the world, will undoubtly facilitate large numbers of attendees at ISA2015.
ISA2015 offers our industry partners unique opportunities to become part of this important international event. As ISA2015 will attract an audience of leading and influential scientists and clinicians from all continents, we offer multiple options to meet, educate, engage, and showcase with this important target group.
￼ISA2015 – digital Meeting Ground & exchange
ISA2015 embraces the advantages of new technology and will offer industry partners new ways to interact with the international audience of cardiovascular specialists:
I-Poster area The poster areas will be fully digital. The Electronic Poster Boards offer the poster presenters convenience and opportunities in presenting their abstracts in a more dynamic and compelling way. The I-Poster Area also brings new opportunities for sponsors to adopt the I-Poster Area, I-Poster Boards or I-Poster Sessions.
ISA2015 tablets Congress attendees will no longer receive heavy abstract books, but receive a tablet upon registration. With the tablet, they will be able to download the ISA2015 congress app, to view presentations in different languages, view abstracts, the final program, speaker biographies and more. The ISA2015 tablets offer new opportunities for our industry partners for advertising or sharing information and documentation.
ISA2015 – Meet, Exhibit & Exchange
ISA2015 acknowledges the value of face-to-face interaction between innovative industry and clinicians. As rooted in the ancient Dutch culture with Amsterdam as a market place for international traders, the exhibit area will be a central part of the conference, and will be your spot for exhibition and exchange. The ISA2015 organization will make every effort to stimulate activity in the exhibition area. The exhibition will be located in a central part of the convention and will function as a connection between scientific sessions, Rapid Fire Arena, the Food Court, and the I-Poster Area. Furthermore, an Innovation Theatre will be located centrally at the exhibit floor offering our industry partners a podium to share and discuss novel clinical developments.
ISA Sponsored Educational Sessions
Industry partners are invited to secure a time slot for industry-sponsored educational sessions (satellite symposia). The sessions are an opportunity to present new clinical developments and discuss new perspectives on particular topics of interest.
2015 – XVII symposium – Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2012 – XVI symposium – Sydney, Australia
2009 – XV symposium – Boston, MA, USA
2006 – XIV symposium – Rome, Italy
2003 – XIII symposium – Kyoto, Japan
2000 – XII symposium – Stockholm, Sweden
1997 –XI symposium – Paris, France
1994 – X symposium – Montreal, Canada
1991 – IX symposium – Rosemont/Chicago, IL, USA
1988 – VIII symposium – Rome, Italy
1985 – VII symposium – Melbourne, Australia
1982 – VI symposium – Berlin, Germany
1979 – V symposium – Houston, TX, USA
1976 – IV symposium – Tokyo, Japan
1973 – III symposium – West Berlin, Germany
1969 – II symposium – Chicago, IL, USA
1966 – I symposium – Athens, Greece
Progression and prevention of atherosclerosis and a translation to relevance.