International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies
Newsletter Vol 6 - No 3 | July 2022
We invite you to read some of JoVA's most recent publications:
We are currently accepting submissions of original scientific research (molecular, genetic, histologic); original clinical studies (prospective, retrospective, case series); contemporary reviews; evidence based reviews; how I do it?; case reports; and letters to the editor. New--We now have a category for “expert opinions” submissions. Submit today to ISSVA’s journal dedicated to Vascular Anomalies. Expedited review and publication! ISSVA members get discounted open access publication fee of only $250.
Anyone who had the privilege to Marty Mihm appreciated his warm and dynamic personality and wealth of knowledge. He was an inspiration to many and had an energy and spirit that was profound. He served as Chief of the Massachusetts General Hospital Dermatopathology Unit Director of the Melanoma Program in Dermatology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Dana-Farber and Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, however, this cannot overshadow his contributions in Vascular Anomalies. While most of his (>400!) publications were in the field of melanoma, Marty, an ISSVA member, provided great insights into the pathophysiology of vascular lesions and co-authored many seminal papers in the field of vascular anomalies, as listed below.
NEW! Job Opportunity: Log in to read the ISSVA Message Boards for a job opportunity. While you're on the Message Boards, feel free to post a job you are seeking to fill or start a conversation with other members.
Debates & Updates Meeting 2023: ISSVA plans to hold our 2023 Debates & Updates meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Further details, including dates, will be distributed once they are finalized in the coming months.
World Congress 2024: ISSVA plans to hold the 2024 World Congress in Madrid, Spain. As details are finalized we will distribute them to members and post them online so please look for these emails in the coming months.
ISSVA believes it's important to unite the vascular anomalies community so we share with you, our members, the below events and changes in the field that are not organized or associated with ISSVA, but may be of interest to you. Please note that the events and news items listed below do not indicate an endorsement or sponsorship of these events by ISSVA.
SISAV 2022 International Congress
15-17 September 2022
Call For Papers - International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Special issue dedicated to vascular anomalies
Manuscripts due by 01 August 2022
Survey: About particular patients with Opportunistic Infections (pneumocystis)
This survey will take approximatively 3 minutes and is anonymous
Take the Survey
Survey: For parents and adult patients with vascular anomalies
This survey will take approximatively 20 minutes and is anonymous
Take the Survey
If you are aware of an upcoming educational opportunity, meeting or other item of interest that should be included, please let us know at email@example.com so we can review the item and, if appropriate, share it with our membership in our next newsletter.