Heart Health Lecture Series
NYU Langone’s Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease hosts free educational events throughout the year through our Heart Health Lecture Series. Launched in 2015 under the direction of Dennis A. Goodman, MD, this patient education initiative focuses on helping you take control of your heart health and work toward a healthier future.
Presented via webinar, the Heart Health Lecture Series covers topics such as sleep, nutrition, exercise, obesity, and stress. The series also highlights the latest information related to the conditions that increase cardiovascular disease risk such as diabetes, autoimmune conditions, thrombotic disorders, and high blood pressure. Our expert speakers present the latest clinical information on scientific research, offer suggestions for better health, and provide dedicated time to answer questions from webinar participants.
The Heart Health Lecture Series is on hiatus until fall, 2021. Future topics include cancer, chemotherapy, and heart disease; diabetes and cardiovascular health; the holidays, loneliness, and heart health, and a cholesterol update. For information on upcoming events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, follow us on Twitter at @NYUCVDPrevent, or check back here for updates.
Watch Our Previous Lectures
Select Heart Health Lectures can be viewed on NYU Langone’s YouTube channel. Visit our Heart Health Lecture Series playlist to view our lecture video library and to check for new content.
Examples of our lectures include the following:
- Inflammation and Heart Health
- Can Aspirin Prevent a First Heart Attack or Stroke?
- The Effect of Obesity on Heart Function
- The Link Between Cardiovascular Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease
- An Update: Heart Disease in Women
Register for Information and Updates
Prevention Pulse, the Center for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease newsletter, provides information on important topics in heart health as well as recipes, event information, program updates, and the latest clinical and scientific research news. To subscribe to our quarterly digital newsletter and receive Heart Health Lecture Series announcements, please send your name and email address to email@example.com.