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EAPC Population Science and Public Health Section

The objectives of this section are:

Investigating, defining standards and promoting cardiometabolic health on a population level.

Stressing the importance of socio-economic, environmental, lifestyle, metabolic risk factors and treatment in cardiovascular prevention at all levels.

Defining and enabling risk stratification for prevention.

Supporting cardiologists, allied professionals, researchers, and policymakers in their prevention activities.



Section Nucleus 2020–2022

Chair: Vassilis Vassiliou (UK)
Chair-Elect: Maryam Kavousi (NL)
Secretary: Delphine De Smedt (BE)
Past-Chair: Pedro Marques-Vidal (CH)

Nucleus Members:

  • Giuseppe Biondi-Zoccai (IT)
  • Delphine De Smedt (BE)
  • Emanuele Di Angelantonio (UK)
  • Konstantinos Koskinas (CH)
  • Maja-Lisa Løchen (NO)
  • Luigi Palmieri (IT)
  • Demosthenes Panagiotakos (GR)
  • Sanne Peters (UK)
  • Monika Siegrist (DE)
  • Monica Tiberi (IT)
  • Ilonca Vaartjes (NL)

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