Sociedad Iberolatinoamericana de Aterosclerosis (SILAT)

Members: 73
Page Last Updated: 20/11/2019

President
Prof. Jesús Millán Núñez-Cortés
MD, PhD, PharmD, FACP, FRCP
Jefe de Servicio de Medicina Interna
Responsable de la Unidad de Riesgo Vascular y Lípidos Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón Catedrático de Medicina Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Complutense
Email: jesus.millan.nunezcortes@madrid.org
General Secretary
Pedro Marques da Silva
Iberolatin-American Society of Atherosclerosis
Avenida José Malhoa – n.° 2
Edificio Malhoa Plaza-Tardoz
Escritorio 3.4 .- Piso 3
1070-158 LISBOA
PORTUGAL
Tel.: +351 217264644
Fax: +351 217 265727
Email: spageral@mail.telepac.pt

Treasurer
Armando Serra Coelho
Avenida José Malhoa – n.° 2
Edificio Malhoa Plaza-Tardoz
Escritorio 3.4 .- Piso 3
1070-158
LISBOA
PORTUGAL
Tel.: +351 217264644
Fax: +351 217 265727
Email: spageral@mail.telepac.pt

THE SOCIEDAD IBEROLATINOAMERICANA DE ATEROSCLEROSIS (SILAT)

The Sociedad Iberolatinoamericana de Aterosclerosis (SILAT) was founded in 1998 by members of the Sociedad Española de Arteriosclerosis (SEA), the Sociedade Portuguesa de Aterosclerose (SPA), and the Sociedad Latinoamericana de Aterosclerosis (SOLAT) with the main objective of promoting the knowledge of atherosclerosis and its risk factors among health professionals and researchers interested in this field from the Iberian peninsula and Latin America, geographical areas which share a common human, linguistic and cultural heritage. The society fosters cooperative work and exchange visits and stays by young investigators or professors from these countries in academic centers and laboratories of excellence throughout the area of influence of the society, besides promoting common scientific activities, postgraduate courses and publications on basic and clinical aspects of atherosclerosis and related areas of knowledge, with emphasis on preventive measures at the population level. The official journal of SILAT, shared with SEA and SOLAT, is Clínica e Investigación en Arteriosclerosis, edited in Spanish in Barcelona.