The Anitschkow Lecture - Genetics of cardiovascular disease: from ugly duckling to beautiful swan
EAS Academy. Tybjaerg-Hansen A. May 5, 2018; 217704 Topic: Genetics
Prof. Dr. Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen
Prof. Dr. Anne Tybjaerg-Hansen

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This presentation was given as the Anitschkow Lecture at the EAS Congress in Lisbon, May 2018, by Professor Anne Tybjaerg Hansen, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital, Denmark. In her talk she will take you on an exciting trip through the history of genetics of dyslipidemia and CVD from the “ugly duckling” beginning to the nowadays “beautiful swan” genetic era.
Free access to the lecture will be open until August 31.
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