Celebrating the 30th anniversary of its founding this year, the UA Sarver Heart Center will launch a monthly lecture series beginning with the new director of its Cardiac Electrophysiology Program, Mathew Hutchinson, MD, on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Prior registration is required, but the events—to be held in DuVal Auditorium—are free and open to the public.
Speakers for the full series include a who’s who of cardiologists from the Sarver Heart Center and affiliated faculty physicians and researchers at the University of Arizona Health Sciences colleges.
Their talks range from “Beating Your Odds Against Stroke: An update on prevention, treatments and acting FAST to preserve your brain” (Bruce M. Coull, MD, on Nov. 16) to “Right treatment, right person, right time: Progress in precision cardiovascular care at the Sarver Heart Center” (Carol Gregorio, PhD, and Nancy Sweitzer, MD, PhD, on May 17, 2017).
Dr. Hutchinson’s topic will be “Keeping Your Heart in Sync: What you need to know about atrial fibrillation.”
For all lectures, the program runs from 5:30-7:15 p.m., with lectures beginning at 6 p.m. Information tables and chest-compression-only CPR training are available starting at 5:30 p.m. in the lobby outside DuVal to the right of the hospital main entrance for Banner – University Medical Center Tucson.
To see the full line-up of lectures and speakers, to register, or to learn more about parking and special access, visit the UA Sarver Heart Center website here: http://heart.arizona.edu/30-lecture-series