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As a member of the Hungarian Society of Cardiology, you are automatically a member of the European Society of Cardiology and the ESC Community.
President: Prof. Zoltán Csanádi, FESC
Honorary Life President: Prof. Gyula Papp, FESC
Honorary President: Prof. Bela Merkely, FESC
President Elect: Dr David Becker, FESC
Past President: Prof. Kálmán Tóth, FESC
Secretary General: Prof. Zoltán Járai
Vice President: Prof. Zoltán Papp, FESC
Vice President: Prof. Pal Maurovich-Horvat, FESC
Number of Members: 4327
Year of Foundation: 1957
ESC Member since: 1972
Cardiologia Hungarica is the official journal of the Scientific Committee of the Hungarian Society of Cardiology. The first publication was in 1969. Language: Hungarian - four issues per year. An English edition is available simultaneously. Unlimited online full text access and abstracts are available for members on the web. In addition, thematical supplements are issued - 3 to 6 times per year.
Contact the editorial secretariat for more information.
The Hungarian Society of Cardiology shares its initiative on improving public education about cardiovascular disease. Read More
The application of the rapidly evolving field of single-cell technologies like CyTOF and single-cell RNAseq is allowing identification of novel cell communities that are important in CVD. Based on recent and many ongoing studies we will be able to improve patient-at-risk identification and define new therapeutic strategies for treatment of disease.
Join the discussion during the 4th biennial Symposium of the ESC Working Group on Atherosclerosis and Vascular Biology organised just before the Frontiers in CardioVascular Biomedicine (FCVB) Congress.
This course aims to provide you with the most up-to-date academic and practical information on the prevention of sudden cardiac death in elite athletes
Hungarian Society of Cardiology
Chazar Andras utca 19Po Box 24
1406 Budapest, Hungary
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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