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ESC Working Group on e-Cardiology

Membership of ESC Working Groups is free

Candidates should have:

  • a degree in any biomedical science (medicine, engineering, physics)
  • a position in a medical or scientific institution or a research position in industry 
  • a strong interest in computer applications in Cardiology
  • candidates should be willing to participate in the activities of Working Group on e-Cardiology, such as educational meetings, scientific meetings, and the assembly of the Working Group at the annual meeting of the ESC

How to apply?

If you would like to apply online and if you are not yet logged in, you will be requested to login via “MY ESC”.
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Please fill in the required information and submit a short CV, a list of your recent publications, and a brief description of your activities related to information technology in cardiology.

The Chairman will present the applications from suitable new members to the Nucleus for ratification.
Unsuitable applicants (as far as formal requirements are concerned) may be rejected by the Nucleus. In this case, the applicant will be notified by email but there is no obligation to give him/her reasons.

ESC Membership & Fellowship

You are automatically a Member of the European Society of Cardiology if you belong to a Working Group.

The Fellowship of the European Society of Cardiology is an outstanding honour recognising distinguished scientific, professional, educational or teaching achievements.
More information about ESC fellowship and related privileges

For any information on the Working Group activities (web site changes, reports etc.), please send us your message using the Contact Us form.