Learn How to Become a CV Investigator With ACC’s Unique Course

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Join JACC Editor-in-Chief Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, MACC, and a team of expert faculty for ACC's How to Become a Cardiovascular Investigator, Nov. 1 – 2 in Washington, DC, as they guide you through the challenges of beginning a successful research career.

This mission-critical course gives young investigators a competitive advantage by offering a unique curriculum of workshops, intimate interactive sessions and numerous opportunities for one-on-one networking.

Topics include how to effectively secure mentor, write effective grants and publishable papers, strategically choose research subjects, and more.

Plus, stay for an additional half-day course, Real-World Problems Solved With Real-World Evidence. This complimentary lunchtime session will provide the opportunity to enhance your knowledge, competence and skills within the domains of real-world data use and real-world evidence application relative to clinical decision making.

Learn more and apply.