Isner Lecture


Jeffrey Isner, MD

Established in 2007, the Isner Lectureship provides an opportunity to gather the Tufts University Medical and Biomedical communities so that students, fellows, faculty and friends can convene on an annual basis to reflect upon and consider the pioneering work of Dr Jeffrey Isner.

The Lectureship also serves as a venue for cutting-edge, thought-provoking lectures to be delivered by internationally recognized leaders of the basic and/or clinical scientific communities. Each year, the selected Isner Lecturer delivers this keynote address on a topic of central importance to the field of angiogenesis-related research such as innovations in clinical approaches aimed at abrogating the unwanted angiogenesis linked to tumor growth, diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration or other seminal studies within the domains of therapeutic angiogenesis, vascular biology and cardiovascular medicine.