PULSE for March 31, 2016: JVSVL Now on PubMed

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Venous & Lymphatic Disorders on PubMed

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The Journal of Vascular Surgery:Venous and Lymphatic Disorders is now indexed on PubMed, from Issue 1 Volume 1. PubMed is often the first stop for researchers because it comprises more than 25 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals and online books. 

Not only does this accomplishment increase the visibility of the Journal, it confirms the Journal of Vascular Surgery: Venous and Lymphatic Disorders as the premier international journal of medical, endovascular and surgical care of venous and lymphatic disorders.
 
Only 12 to 15 percent of the journals reviewed are recommended for inclusion in MEDLINE, so it is clear that this accomplishment is due in great part to the fact that every issues of JVSVL includes high-quality and rigorously peer-reviewed articles. 
 
Visit PubMed here

SVS: The Benefits of Belonging

Discounted registration for VAM, VRIC


Registration for the Vascular Annual meeting is in full swing. And SVS members receive discounted registration to this premier meeting for vascular health professionals.
 
Physician members pay nearly $200 less to attend the meeting than non-members.
 
In addition, SVS members can attend VAM’s Wednesday Postgraduate Courses at no charge. This $300 value is another perk of SVS membership.
 
See the links below for more information about VAM and to register. VAM will be June 8-11 near Washington, D.C. Plenary sessions and the exhibit hall are open June 9-11. 
Register now for VAM
Members also received discounted registration to the Vascular Research Initiatives Conference -- VRIC -- which will be held May 4 in Nashville. 

The one-day conference focuses on translational research. This year's theme is "Outside In: Paradigm Shifts in Vascular Disease." Four abstract sessions focus on: Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering, Vascular Endothelium and Thrombosis, Aneurysms, and Peripheral Arterial Disease, with several presenters offering research and information at each one.  

The 2014 recipients of SVS Foundation research awards (K08 and K23), Drs. Luke Brewster and Marlene Grenon, respectively, also will discuss their projects in a special session at VRIC. 
Learn more about VRIC and register here

Other News: Important Deadlines Today 

  • The VAM "Luck of the Irish" registration contest, announced on St. Patrick's Day, ends Thursday, March 31. The winner receives free registration to the 2016 Vascular Annual Meeting. Register now!
  • Late-breaking abstracts to VAM must be submitted by 3 p.m. Central Daylight Time Thursday, March 31. Learn more and find the submission link here. 
  • SVS members are invited to nominate individuals for the SVS offices being voted on at the June business meeting with this nomination form. The deadline for nominations is Thursday, March 31. 
  • Interested in serving? SVS members may volunteer for Society committees by filling out the linked survey by the end of the day Thursday, March 31. Members also must complete the separate conflict of interest disclosure to be considered. Relationships with industry do not disqualify one from committee service, but relationships must be disclosed.

Job Opportunities

 
Looking for a new position? Below is a sample of the jobs currently available on the SVS job board.  
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