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EHRA 2023 winners

EHRA 2023, Barcelona & Online from 16 to 18 April

Congratulations to our 2023 Winners!

Young Investigator Award - Basic and Translational Science

WINNER - Michiel Tubeeckx - Belgium

JK07 prevents atrial fibrosis and atrial fibrillation inducibility in a porcine DOCA model.

RUNNER UP - Patricia Martinez Diaz - Germany

"Impact of effective refractory period personalization on prediction of atrial fibrillation vulnerability."

RUNNER UP - Roel Meiburg - The Netherlands

"Mechanical and hemodynamic effects of left bundle branch area versus biventricular pacing in virtual heart failure patients with left bundle branch block."

Young Investigator Award - Clinical

WINNER - Jeanne Du Fay De Lavallaz - Switzerland

Severe complications after pulmonary vein isolation for atrial fibrillation: a worldwide collaborative registry.

RUNNER UP - Joseph David Westaby - UK

"National sudden cardiac death autopsy database highlighting sudden arrhythmic death and cardiomyopathies, applying diagnostic criteria and expanding the concept of the molecular autopsy."

RUNNER UP - Lukas Urbanek - Germany

"Pulsed field versus cryoballoon ablation of atrial fibrillation: A comparison of efficacy and safety in a 400 patient cohort."

e-Cardiology award session

WINNER - Maarten Kolk - The Netherlands

Improved patient selection for primary prevention ICD implantation by predicting ICD non-benefit using artificial intelligence.”

RUNNER UP - Rachel Van Der Velden - The Netherlands

"Adherence to a mobile health-based atrial fibrillation screening program: a subanalysis from STROKESTOP I and II."

RUNNER UP - Konstanze Betz - Germany

"Changes in healthcare utilisation and declarable care products during the implementation of a remote atrial fibrillation management pathway: The TeleCheck-AF project."

ECG Competition

WINNER - National team from Hungary
Gabor Orban
Zoltan Sallo
Nandor Szegedi

RUNNER UP - National team from Spain
Pablo Bastos Amador
Javier Conejos
Pablo Elpidio Garcia Granja

RUNNER UP - National team from India
Abhinav Anand
Deepti Siddharthan

Video of the ECG Competition is available here