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Romanian Society of Cardiology

The Romanian Society of Cardiology is a member of the European Society of Cardiology

Romania, RO



 

As a member of the Romanian Society of Cardiology, you are automatically a member of the European Society of Cardiology and the ESC Community.

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Board 2023-2026

President: Prof. Ovidiu Chioncel, FESC

Past-President: Prof. Bogdan Alexandru Popescu, FESC

President-Elect: Dr. Dan Dobreanu, FESC

Vice presidents: Prof. Elisabeta Badila, FESC;  Prof. Dana Pop, FESC

Secretary: Dr. Iulia Kulcsar

Treasurer: Prof. Ruxandra Jurcut, FESC

Key Information

Number of members: 2,459

Year of Foundation: 1947

ESC Member since: 1968

Events

The 63rd National congress of Cardiology will be held from 18 to 21 September 2024 in Sinaia, Romania.

Journals

The Romanian Journal of Cardiology was launched in 1991. It publishes original articles in the field of cardiovascular physiology and pathology in the form of clinical trials, laboratory, experimental, epidemiological studies etc. It is published quarterly in English. Authors should follow the principles of ethics and scientific truth in conducting the study, data acquisition and presentation of results.
Editor-in-Chief: Carmen Ginghina.


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Upcoming events

  • Friday 30 August - Monday 02 September 2024 (4 Days)
    30/08/2024 00:00 02/09/2024 00:00 Europe/Paris ESC Congress 2024

    European Society of Cardiology congress@escardio.org true DD/MM/YYYY
    European Society of Cardiology
    London - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland