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Dr. M. Dweck - Edinburgh, Scotland

Add to calendar03/12/20140:00 03/12/2014 Europe/Paris Dr. M. Dweck - Edinburgh, Scotland

"International recognition of our work"

"The opportunity to present at Euro-Echo Imaging led to international recognition of our work. This introduced me to multiple key researchers in my field, establishing exiting new collaborations and friendships that will shape my career in to the future.  Moreover it led to several invitations to participate in expert consensus statements on behalf of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging and finally the opportunity to present my work at the Japanese Society of Echocardiography meeting later that year. This was my first visit to the wonderful country of Japan and a very special personal and professional experience."

Young Investigator Awardee at EuroEcho-Imaging 2014 – Vienna, Austria / Prof J. Roelandt's YIA session: 18F-NaF PET predicts disease progression in aortic stenosis.

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Dr. M. Dweck - Edinburgh, Scotland

Summary

"International recognition of our work"

"The opportunity to present at Euro-Echo Imaging led to international recognition of our work. This introduced me to multiple key researchers in my field, establishing exiting new collaborations and friendships that will shape my career in to the future.  Moreover it led to several invitations to participate in expert consensus statements on behalf of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging and finally the opportunity to present my work at the Japanese Society of Echocardiography meeting later that year. This was my first visit to the wonderful country of Japan and a very special personal and professional experience."

Young Investigator Awardee at EuroEcho-Imaging 2014 – Vienna, Austria / Prof J. Roelandt's YIA session: 18F-NaF PET predicts disease progression in aortic stenosis.