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Dr. O.F. Clerc - Zurich, Switzerland

Add to calendar02/12/20150:00 02/12/2015 Europe/Paris Dr. O.F. Clerc - Zurich, Switzerland

"The opportunity to interact with key experts"

"An oral presentation at such an important congress in front of renowned judges was a huge challenge. But then, being able to succeed in it was a benefit for me. It helped me to believe in myself. Moreover, this presentation gave me the opportunity to interact with key experts in the field and to learn thrilling new facts form other presentations. I can only recommend raising the challenge of presenting an abstract."

Young Investigator Awardee at EuroEcho-Imaging 2015 – Seville, Spain / YIA session – clinical science: Left bundle branch block and coronary artery disease in coronary ct angiography.

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Dr. O.F. Clerc - Zurich, Switzerland

Summary

"The opportunity to interact with key experts"

"An oral presentation at such an important congress in front of renowned judges was a huge challenge. But then, being able to succeed in it was a benefit for me. It helped me to believe in myself. Moreover, this presentation gave me the opportunity to interact with key experts in the field and to learn thrilling new facts form other presentations. I can only recommend raising the challenge of presenting an abstract."

Young Investigator Awardee at EuroEcho-Imaging 2015 – Seville, Spain / YIA session – clinical science: Left bundle branch block and coronary artery disease in coronary ct angiography.