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Cardiovascular and Vascular Biology Centers/Divisions/Departments

Support from educational institutions is critical to the success of this meeting, which will provide a forum for investigators and trainees from around the world to exchange ideas related to cutting edge research in vascular biology.
The meeting is organized around seven themes that will run as simultaneous sessions: 1) Development and Aging, 2) Vascular Beds and Cells, 3) Physiology, and 4) Emerging Topics and New Technologies, 5) Vasculature in
Disease, 6) Vascular Diseases, and 7) Translational Research. More than 80 experts in vascular biology and related fields have been invited to discuss their newest findings. In addition, the IVBM offers a tremendous opportunity
for trainees, our emerging young scientists, to present their work as short talks or posters.

Suma Cum Laude (contributions of $10,000 or more) will be recognized on promotional materials, this web site (www.ivbm2022.org ), signage, the NAVBO NewsBEAT and a splash screen in the meeting’s mobile app. In addition, a
Gold Level Supporter will receive a full-page ad in our Summer Newsletter and in an issue of the Vascular Biology Publications Alert to promote a training program, post job openings, etc. You may also place a pdf in our “virtual conference
bag,” this item can be any document or brochure about your institution, a particular department, etc. In addition, PIs from your institution can participate in the Career Fair from 10/13-15/22.

Magna Cum Laude (contribution $5,000 to $9,999) will be recognized on promotional materials, the web site, signage, the NAVBO NewsBEAT, and a banner ad in the meeting’s mobile app. In addition, a Silver Level Supporter will receive a
half-page ad in our Summer Newsletter and an issue of the Vascular Biology Publications Alert to promote a training program, post job openings, etc. You may also place a pdf in our “virtual conference bag,” this item can be any document
or brochure about your institution, a particular department, etc. In addition, PIs from your institution can participate in the Career Fair from 10/13-14/22.

Cum Laude (contributions from $2,500 to $4,999) will be recognized on promotional materials, the web site, signage, the NAVBO NewBEAT, and a listing in the meeting’s mobile app. In addition, a Bronze Level Supporter will receive a
quarter-page ad in our Summer Newsletter and an issue of the Vascular Biology Publications Alert to promote a training program, post job openings, etc. In addition, PIs from your institution can participate in the Career Fair on 10/13/22.

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES: 
Suma and Magna Cum Laude Supporters may choose to reserve a small table in the poster session area for displaying literature about their program(s).

Contributions of any amount are welcome and appreciated and will be recognized on the web site and in the program.

For all supporters:
If you choose, your organization’s logo, in addition to its name, may be included with the above mentioned acknowledgements.
Names (or logos) of partners will have a link to the organization’s web site from the meeting web site.
Ads - you can run the same ad in all publications, or three different ones. Sponsors must provide ads in the appropriate sizes.

No sponsor or partner may have influence in the programming of this meeting.

Acknowledgement is contingent upon funding being received prior to production of any printed piece and must be confirmed by September 30, 2022, to assure recognition in the final Program.

If you have any questions, please contact Bernadette Englert at (301) 760-7745 or via email at bernadette@navbo.org