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EAPCI Board 2016-2018: Candidates to the elected positions announcement

Candidates to the positions of President-Elect, Treasurer and Secretary

The EAPCI Nominating Committee 2014-2016 chaired by Dr Jean Fajadet is delighted to announce the candidates to the 3 open positions for the EAPCI Board 2016-2018: President-Elect, Treasurer and Secretary. Please find below their applications.

The online voting is open since 1 February: all eligible voting members* shall have received their personalised voting link via email.

Prof Andreas Baumbach, FESC (United Kingdom): Access the application here

Dr Giulio Guagliumi, FESC (Italy): Access the application here
Assistant Professor Petr Kala, FESC (Czech Republic): Access the application here

Dr  Bernard Chevalier, FESC(France): Access the application here
Associate Professor Konstantinos Toutouzas (Greece): Access the application here 

Important deadlines

  • Online voting*: 1 February - 29 February 2016 (23:59 CET)
  • Results announcement: May 2016 at the EAPCI General Assembly during EuroPCR 2016

* Only eligible EAPCI voting members having joined EAPCI before 10 December 2015 - 23:59 (CET) will be entitled to vote and as such receive personally the voting link. As per the EAPCI Constitution, to be eligible to vote, individuals should meet all the following criteria:

  1. Be a member of EAPCI
  2. Be an interventionalist
  3. Be active in an ESC Member country
  4. Be a member of a National Society and/or Interventional Working Group


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