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Prof. A. Salustri - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Add to calendar02/12/20150:00 02/12/2015 Europe/Paris Prof. A. Salustri - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

"EuroEcho is an open arena where everybody counts, (...) is listened, (...) can provide his own contribute"

"EuroEcho can be defined as the physical space of our virtual cardiac imaging community. It is the place where doubts, questions and comments can be raised, shared and discussed, the place where explanations are easily accessible and ideas turn into reality. EuroEcho is an open arena where everybody counts, where everybody is listened, where everybody can provide his own contribute."

Lecture nominee at EuroEcho-Imaging 2015 – Seville, Spain / Session: Research in imaging: what’s advanced today will be routine tomorrow.

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Prof. A. Salustri - Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Summary

"EuroEcho is an open arena where everybody counts, (...) is listened, (...) can provide his own contribute"

"EuroEcho can be defined as the physical space of our virtual cardiac imaging community. It is the place where doubts, questions and comments can be raised, shared and discussed, the place where explanations are easily accessible and ideas turn into reality. EuroEcho is an open arena where everybody counts, where everybody is listened, where everybody can provide his own contribute."

Lecture nominee at EuroEcho-Imaging 2015 – Seville, Spain / Session: Research in imaging: what’s advanced today will be routine tomorrow.