Our UCLA Women’s Cardiovascular Center is committed to tackling the number one killer of women - heart disease! Through our unique programs dedicated to prevention, treatment, and management of cardiovascular disease, we share information and resources for better, heart health.
The Women’s Cardiovascular Annual Event, 'Let's Talk; Heart, Body and Soul' was first launched on October 14, 2017, at UCLA's CNSI Reception Center. Our unique 'Heart Health & Mindful Living' event was unlike any we've presented before! A world of discovery unfolded as UCLA Women's Cardiovascular Health Doctors presented a day packed with information from a handful of experts, focused on heart health, preventative measures, stress reduction, mindful living and more!
Because women often present with different symptoms than men, the Center takes a specialized approach to caring for women with heart disease, offering a comprehensive array of cardiovascular healthcare services designed specifically for women, available to you in a single location.
Since 2017, The Women's Cardiovascular Center continues to present 'Let's Talk Women's Heart Health' programs with a contemporary theme and updated information and research. With the exception of our virtual event during the covid pandemic, we've continued our outreach live at event locations at UCLA. For information on previous years' events please click on the links below: (additional information and all links coming soon!)
- February 4, 2023
- In celebration of American Heart Month: Let's Talk; Women's Heart Health; this year's event took place at the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center and included presentations from the Women’s Cardiovascular Center directors and physicians: Karol Watson, M.D., Ph.D. Marcella Calfon Press, M.D., Ph.D. Tamara Horwich, M.D., M.S., Anjani Mattai, M.D. Anne Saltzman, Psy.D. Janki Shah, M.D. and Vijaya Surampudi, M.D. The physicians were joined by special guests Marin Hinkle and Diana Winston, and additional patient speakers.
- February 1, 2022
- At our first virtual event, a large audience heard from a panel of experts during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the latest innovations and therapeutics aimed at improving heart health through stress reduction and lifestyle changes. Our pioneering research on the heart-mind connection at the UCLA Women's Cardiovascular Center continues to show great promise in diagnosing and caring for our cardiovascular patients.
- October 20, 2018
- at UCLA California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI), UCLA Westwood Campus! Our Panel included; Dr. Karol Watson, Dr. Marcella Calfon Press, Dr. Tamara Horwich, Dr. Anne Saltzman. Special Guest Doctors and Speakers included; Dr. Anjani Mattai; Whole Women Health', Dr. Preethi Srikanthan; 'Diabetes and the Female Heart', Dr. Vijaya Surampudi; 'Healing Through Nutrition', Dr. Deena Goldwater; 'Geriatric Cardiology', Grace Griffin, Boston Scientific; 'Close the gap' a health equity initiative.
- October 14, 2017
- UCLA Women's Cardiovascular Center and Boston Scientific's Close The Gap hosted our first - very special FREE community event - and it wasn't just for women! Our event sold out as partners, husbands, teens, family and friends joined to share in on this educational and engaging, unique celebration for healthier, mindful living! Ms. Bri Winkler, (former ABC7 Eyewitness News Morning Meteorologist) Emceed the event and attendees spent the morning enjoying a delicious heart-healthy menu sampling and smoothies and soothing live music from UCLA Mindful Music, and tables packed with information, tips and resources for healthy diet and lifestyle.