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Live from EuroPCR 2010: EAPCI Training and Research 2010 Grants Winners

From EuroPCR in Paris, the EAPCI Fellowship Committee chaired by Professor Michael Haude is pleased to announce the EAPCI Training and Research 2010 Grants Winners

The European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions (EAPCI) is committed to maintaining a high standard of professional excellence among the entire interventional community at all stages of their careers.

Thanks to the unrestricted support from industrial partners, the EAPCI offers training and research grants in interventional cardiology. They provide an opportunity for a one-year specialised research or clinical training for medical graduates at any stage of their career but before obtaining a “permanent”, “senior staff” or “consultant” position, in an ESC country other than their country of residence. The ultimate goal is to enable “young” candidates to contribute to the enhancement of their country’s academic standards upon return as well as encouraging exchanges and interactions from country to country.

The EAPCI Fellowship Committee chaired by Prof. Michael Haude is pleased to announce the 2010 winners:

Dr Charalambos Antoniades (GR)

Dr Christos Eftychiou (CY)

Dr Karim El Chilali (EG)

Dr Amir-Ali Fassa (CH)

Dr Timothy Lockie (UK)

Dr. Eliano Pio Navarese (IT)

Congratulations to all winners and thank you to our industry partners.

Winners will be officially awarded their diploma during the Award Ceremony today in Paris during EuroPCR congress.