Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Canada 2021

Virtual Meeting
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Wednesday, 3 March 2021 & Thursday, 4 March 2021

Endorsed and supported by:

The inaugural Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Canada meeting will take place on Wednesday, 3 & Thursday, 4 March 2021. This virtual event celebrates the collaboration between University College London and the University of Toronto and reflects our partnership with the University of Cape Town, the Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston and the international medical journal, The Lancet.

This meeting will bring together leading international researchers with regional experts who are at the forefront of discovery.


CDNATL Canada 2021 is financially supported by the Pharmaceutical Industry and Academia. The Pharmaceutical Industry’s financial support for the event is restricted primarily to facilitating the development of the independent medical/scientific content and speaker fees. Funds from the Pharmaceutical Industry have not been used for travel, accommodation, registration or any other ancillary expenses for participants. Supporters have had no input into the content of the independent scientific sessions or any other aspect of the meeting. Supporters are listed here.

Interested in supporting? contact:


Professor Derek Yellon Professor Daniel Drucker Dr Mansoor Husain Dr Gary Lewis
University College London,
Mount Sinai Hospital,
Toronto, Canada
University of Toronto,
Banting & Best Diabetes Centre,
Toronto, Canada
Professor Alice Cheng Professor John Cunningham Dr Peter Libby Professor Marc Pfeffer
University of Toronto,
University College London,
Brigham & Women’s Hospital,
Boston, USA
Brigham & Women’s Hospital,
Boston, USA
Professor Theresa McDonagh Dr Richard Horton Professor Brian Rayner Professor Stephanie Baldeweg
King’s College London,
The Lancet,
The University of Cape Town,
South Africa
University College London Hospital,


The confirmed programme is HERE


This event is an accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada and approved by the Canadian Cardiovascular Society. You can claim a maximum of 4.5 hours.

You can access the recorded sessions for up to 12 months after the meeting. These credits can be claimed under Section 2: Self-Learning.

Who should attend?

This meeting is ideal for:

    • Cardiologists
    • Diabetologists/Endocrinologists
    • Nephrologists
    • GPs / FPs
    • Scientists
    • Researchers
    • Pharmacists
    • Health Care Educators
    • Nurse Practitioners

And any healthcare professionals who have an interest in the future shape and direction of research and treatment in the disease areas.