Why this programme?
During ESC Congress 2009 in Barcelona, young cardiologists from France carried out a survey to find out about young cardiologists organisations across Europe. The results identified a need for a strong community and thus the ESC decided to take the lead and look for support within the structure of the ESC National Cardiac Societies.
Who are we?
A nucleus of 7 members leading the initiative
From left to right:
Dr Vidal Perez, Dr Fontes-Carvalho, Dr Jankowska, Dr Racz, Dr Pöss, Dr Pazdernik
|Nucleus members||Areas of Interest|
|Dr Rafael VIDAL PEREZ|
Cardiac Imaging Consultant
Cardiovascular Research-Complexo Hospitalario Universitario de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Non-invasive imaging (Echocardiography, CMR, CT and Nuclear Techniques)
Acute Cardiac Care, chronic ischaemic Heart Disease, diabetes & Heart Failure
|Dr Janine PÖSS|
Department of internal Medicine III
Cardiology, Angiology and Intensive Care Medicine
Homburg/Saar - Germany
|Acute Heart Failure, Cardiogenic shock|
|Dr Ricardo FONTES-CARVALHO |
|Dr Ewa JANKOWSKA |
|Heart Failure, Acute Heart Failure|
|Dr Ildiko RACZ |
|Dr Michal PAZDERNIK|
Department of Cardiology
Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine - IKEM
Prague, Czech Republic
|Arrhythmology, invasive Cardiology, heart transplantation, infective endocarditis|
|Dr Stéphane ZUILY |
|Vascular Medicine, Systemic & Autoimmune Diseases, Thrombosis|
Supported by 25 leaders of young cardiologists groups over 55 ESC National Cardiac Societies
View the list & contact details here
Need help to create a young cardiologists group within your National Cardiac Society?
Collaborating with 2 sub-specialty groups
How can you join ESC Cardiologists of Tomorrow initiative?
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Last updated : 18 Feb 2013