The PALP team has been closely monitoring the COVI-19 developments. Given the unknown circumstances and to ensure the health and safety of our attendees, we have decided to postpone PALP until Spring of 2021.

PALP

Program for Advanced Limb Preservation
The Anti-Amputation Meeting
 

Spring 2021 
 

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HELPING TO SAVE LIVES AND LIMBS

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AGENDA

The Program for Advanced Limb Preservation is a must-attend educational event for physicians and healthcare professionals devoted to the care of patients suffering from the ravages of critical limb-threatening ischemia and diabetic foot conditions. PALP offers an inclusive, balanced and provocative program covering the latest controversies and approaches to limb revascularization and amputation prevention.

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FACULTY

The world-renowned PALP faculty will discuss the latest techniques in limb preservation and wound healing. They will also tackle the intricacies of endovascular and surgical revascularization for CLTI. As well as conduct wound care and podiatry deep dive sessions.

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REGISTRATION

Registration for PALP is coming soon.

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PALP Course DIrectors

Peter H. Connolly, M.D.

Associate Professor of Surgery

vascular surgery

Weill Cornell Medicine

NewYork-Presbyterian

New York, NY

John J. Doolan, D.P.M.

Assistant Professor of Podiatry

Weill Cornell Medicine

NewYork-Presbyterian

New York, NY

Deena Horn, D.P.M.

Assistant Professor of Podiatry

Weill Cornell Medicine

NewYork-Presbyterian 

New York, NY

Darren B. Schneider, M.D.

Associate Professor of Surgery

vascular surgery

Weill Cornell Medicine

NewYork-Presbyterian 

New York, NY

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