Register Now for the 2022 Single Ventricle Investigator Meeting

Mark your calendars for SVIM 2022, and join us for the second annual meeting of single ventricle researchers on October 6-9, 2022! We’re thrilled to host our first in-person open event and provide a platform that connects investigators across basic science, engineering, computation, and medicine – catalyzing scientific discovery in single ventricle heart research.

SVIM 2022 Abstract Submission and Meeting Registration are now OPEN! Learn more about our flagship event and get involved today!

When: October 6-9, 2022

Where: Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Baltimore, MD

Learn More and Register To Attend

Previous Meetings

Next Generation of Science & Medicine | March 9-10, 2021

At the first annual SVIM conference, we welcomed over 70 speakers across disciplines and utilized multiple formats for presentation and conversation. We were thrilled to have over 300 registrants committed to creating an interactive, dynamic scientific event centrally focused on advancing single ventricle research. 

At SVIM 2021, attendees:
  • Listened to renowned experts on the current state of science, clinical care, and patient care journeys for single ventricle heart disease. 
  • Discussed key topics through expert panel and audience participation in data sharing, registry building, and data democratization. 
  • Heard from a range of experts across four focus areas: Etiology Mechanisms and Models; Predicting, Preventing, and Addressing Clinical Sequelae; Biology of Outcomes; and the Development of Functional Cures in single ventricle. 
  • Showcased new talent and experienced investigators together during our Lightning Rounds—rapid fire talks highlighting the latest findings in basic science, clinical research, and engineering within single ventricle heart disease. 

Download 2021 agenda

Left to Right: Kaitlin Davis, PhD, Deepak Srivastava, MD, Jane Newburger, MD, MPH
Clockwise from top left: Diane Pickles, Rahul Rathod, MD, Sara Pasquali, MD, MHS, Jonathan Kaltman, MD