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EACVI Research grants past projects

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Evaluators:  Prof. Luigi Badano, Prof. Sven Plein, Prof. Zvi Vered, Prof. Jose Zamorano, Prof. Massimo Lombardi, Prof. Massimo Lombardi, Prof. Jaroslaw Kasprzak and supervised by Prof. Bogdan Popescu, EACVI President 2016-2018, substituting Dr. Victoria Delgado, chair of the EACVI Scientific Documents Committee 2016-2018.     

Selection criteria

  • Candidate's CV: 1 to 5 points
  • Project: 1 to 10 points
  • Feasibility: 1 to 5 points

EACVI Research Grant programme for 2018 - Evaluated programmes & Scores

15 excellent eligible applications were received and reviewed.

Projects Score
Advanced myocardial tissue characterisation to assess early and late cardiotoxicity in cancer patients receiving chemo- and/or radiotherapy   110 selected
 High Frame Rate Imaging for Diastolic Function Assessment  108 selected
 Brugada syndrome: exposing the cardiomyopathy  107
 MicroRNAs and cardiac mechanics for risk-Stratification of Children with Kawasaki disease (MiSChKa)  104
New potential functional biomarkers for the detection of early cardiac dysfunction: non-invasive estimation of hemodynamic forces using CMR imaging  104
Can noninvasive regional myocardial work estimation distinguish between infarcted and stunned myocardium?  101
Advanced ultrasound cardiac imaging in pregnancy; A novel approach for predicting preeclampsia and assessing long term cardiovascular risk  98
Relationship between the bacterial phenotype of S aureus and the embolic risk in infective endocarditis, as assessed by echocardiography  96
Pathophysiology of Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF): A Pilot Study to Identify Potential Mechanisms To Improved Diagnosis of HFpEF with Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance.  98
Left-ventricular non-compaction and dilated cardiomyopathy: a multimodality imaging approach to trabeculation quantification and non-compaction definition  90
Predictors of Aortic Stenosis Severity and Progression: Role of Novel Biomarkers and multi-modality imaging  89
Impact of interventional edge-to-edge repair with MitraClip system on mitral valve geometry in patients with secondary mitral regurgitation. New insights on procedural success  88
Left atrium: non – invasive imaging in patients with atrial fibrillation  87
Moderate aortic stenosis in heart failure patients: new insights from left ventricular mechanics (strain) and impact on prognosis  84