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Impressions from ESOC – VASCage was present with sessions, talks and posters. Lancet Neurology paper announced

European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) is Europe’s leading forum, and indeed a leading forum worldwide, for advances in research and clinical care of patients with cerebrovascular diseases. It took place in Munic from 24 May to 26 May and was a great success. VASCage researchers presented their newest results and were excited to get in contact with leading stroke experts. We were especially proud on VAScage scientist Annemieke ter Telgte who contributed to a Lancet Neurolgy paper on neuroimating standards for research into small vessel disease. The publication was officially announced during ESOC!


“Momentum is the hallmark of VASCage“
We celebrated the start of the next funding period

The quote of Prof. Tilmann Märk, former rector of the University of Innsbruck, very well characterised the spirit of our recent event „VASCage moves on“. We celebrated the start of our second funding period with our scientific and company partners and stakeholders in the life science sector. As a representative of Tyrol Landesrätin Dr. Cornelia Hagele emphasised that in the face of demographic change VASCage research on improving the healthy life span is enourmously important.
Our keynote speaker Prof. Wilfried Lang told the impressive success story of stroke in Austria and highlighted the necessity of clinical trials. This is exactly where VASCage is focusing with its growing Clinical Trials division. Read More

VASCage and Stroke Research Partnering Event – how nice to have met you all in person!

VASCage would like to thank all participants of our Partnering Event, which took place on 5 April in Innsbruck. We really enjoyed welcoming around 80 guests from industry and academia. The variety of short project pitches stimulated many discussions. Concrete project ideas were discussed during networking. Highlight of the programme was the keynote lecture by Prof. Heinrich Mattle “Migraine, Stroke and PFO”. After the long Covid break, the personal Read More