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28-29 September 2023
Royal College of Physicians


Silver Sponsors
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There will be 4 sessions on each day, topics will include:

  • New Strategies for Dissection

  • Peri-procedure Decisions

  • Bicuspid Aortic Valve

  • Distal Aortic Dissection

  • Congenital Challenges

  • Patient Interactive Workshop

  • Getting Out of Trouble

  • Intramural Haematoma and Other Rare Presentations


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Cathy Shanahan

Professor of Cell Signalling,
Kings College:

“Aortic calcification: a disease or part of aging?”

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Makoto Hibino

Division of Cardiac Surgery,
St. Michael’s Hospital,
University of Toronto:

“New ideas on BP control: big data can shine light on existing

There will be a pre-meeting, warm-up, half-day session on “Getting the best out of 3-D radiology”.

A virtual meeting for individuals new to aortic disease on Wednesday 28th September.

Programme Committee: Max Baghai, Nick Cheshire, Ian Loftus, Christoph Nienaber, John Pepper, Celia Riga.

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Gold Sponsor
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About London Aorta

The Aorta has been called the “orphan organ.” The widespread availability of genetic testing and an ageing population has resulted in increasing numbers of patients who seek information, advice and sometimes need intervention.

The purpose of London Aorta is to foster and encourage a multidisciplinary approach to aortic diseases which are often complex and require life-long surveillance. While operations are becoming safer and endovascular solutions are under continuous development there is much for us to discover about the pathophysiology of this fascinating organ.


London Aorta

2021 & 2022 Meetings
Royal College of Physicans

Over the past two years we have welcomed over 300 delegates to London Aorta, at the Royal College of Physicians in central London. The informative event had over 50 speakers each year with sessions covering a multitude of interesting topics. Sessions were live streamed as well as presented to those in person at the event. 

We look forward to keeping you informed about London Aorta 2023, which promises to be another interesting and informative event. If you are not on our mailing list already then please click here to join. 

We would like to thank our sponsors of London Aorta 2021 and 2022 who made the events possible. Sessions from the event are recorded and available to view below. 

Watch 2021 Session

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