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The Serotonin Club, founded in 1987, is an international association for biomedical scientists who are interested in research on any aspect of serotonin. An important objective of the Club is to facilitate the involvement of young investigators, comprising students, post-doctoral fellows and junior researchers (less than 3 years past their post-doctoral fellowship) in an international high-quality scientific meeting withserotonin as its central theme.

UT Health San Antonio
Daws, Lynette C

17.3 million people, including roughly 2 million Americans, die every year due to cardiovascular diseases (CVDs), according to the World Health Organization, causing about 30 % of global deaths. The reasons for CVDs are primarily genetic, environmental, dietary and life-style related. Atherosclerosis is a buildup of plaque that leads to hardening and narrowing of the arteries thus constricting blood flow and is a leading cause of CVD. Diet plays an important role in the development of atherosclerosis.

Texas Biomedical Research Institute
B. Misra Biswapriya