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 Election Timeline

Friday 15 November 2019
Deadline for applications

Friday 17 January 2020
First slate validation and Nominating Committee announcement

Monday 24 February 2020
Final slate announced by the Nominating Committee

Monday 1 June 2020
Start of the electronic vote

Friday 26 June 2020
Electronic vote closed

Saturday 4 July 2020
Results published on the ESC website

*In case of inconclusive results, a second round will be conducted at the voting bureau at the time of the ESC Congress 2020 in Amsterdam.

ESC Elections

2020-2022 ESC Board, Nominating Committee and Audit Committee

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE 2018-2020 ESC NOMINATING COMMITTEE

As Chairman of the Nominating Committee, 2018-2020, I would like to announce the first
slate of candidates for the 2020 ESC Elections, as approved by the ESC Nominating
Committee 2018-2020.

Prof. J.J. Bax, Chairman of the ESC Nominating Committee


 

Dear Colleagues,

As Chairman of the Nominating Committee, 2018-2020, I would like to announce the first slate of candidates for the 2020 ESC Elections, as approved by the ESC Nominating Committee 2018-2020.

According to the Board-approved Process and the lection Timelines, I would like to
inform you that the four-week period during which alternative candidate proposals can be submitted begins today, 17 January 2020 and will end on 17 February 2020.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any questions you may have regarding the
elections.

Yours sincerely,

Prof. Jeroen J. Bax FESC
Chairman of the ESC Nominating Committee 2018 – 2020
ESC Immediate Past President

Alternative Candidate Proposals


Alternative candidates to those selected by the Nominating Committee can be proposed by ESC National Cardiac Societies, Associations, Councils and Working Groups.

Those alternative candidates must be seconded in writing by the Presidents or Chairperson of ESC Constituent Bodies representing at least 51% of the delegates at the General Assembly. Such proposals are to be to the immediate Past President, who Chairs the Nominating Committee, no later than 17 February 2020.

The nominating Committee may also propose alternative candidates to those proposed by National Cardiac Societies, Associations, Councils and Working Groups.

Candidates ESC Elections 2020 - First Slate

(Names noted in alphabetical order)

President-Elect (1 position)

  • Dan Atar (Norway)
  • Franz Weidinger (Austria)

Secretary/Treasurer (1 position)

  • Thomas Lüscher (United Kingdom)
  • Bela Merkely (Hungary)

Vice Presidents (3 positions)

  • Francesco Cosentino (Sweden)
  • Julia Mascherbauer (Austria)
  • Silvia Priori (Italy)
  • Frank Ruschitzka (Switzerland)
  • Petar Seferovic (Serbia)

Councillors (6 positions)

  • Stefan Agewall (Norway)
  • Lina Badimon (Spain)
  • Victoria Delgado (Netherlands)
  • Stefanie Dimmeler (Germany)
  • Dan Gaita (Romania)
  • Petros Nihoyannopoulos (Greece)
  • Massimo Piepoli (Italy)
  • Susanna Price (United Kingdom)
  • Margus Viigimaa (Estonia)

Nominating Committee (12 positions)

(6 positions representing the National Cardiac Societies and 6 positions representing the ESC Associations, ESC Councils and ESC Working Groups)

National Cardiac Societies
  • Andrzej Budaj (Poland)
  • Alexandr Nedoshivin (Russia)
  • Mikko Pietilä (Finland)
  • Stein Samstad (Norway)
  • Udo Sechtem (Germany)
  • Rafael Vidal Perez (Spain)
  • Robert Xuereb (Malta)
Associations, Councils & Working Groups
  • Raffaele de Caterina (Italy)
  • Jean-Philippe Collet (France)
  • Ian Graham (Ireland)
  • Kristina Haugaa (Norway)
  • Imo Hoefer (The Netherlands)
  • Jozef Kautzner (Czech Republic)
  • Roberto Pedretti (Italy)

Audit Committee (1 position)

  • Antonio Peliccia (Italy)