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Swiss Society of Cardiology

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

Switzerland, CH



 

Board 2016-2018

President: Prof. Dr. med. Michael Zellweger, FESC
President-Elect: PD Dr. med. Giovanni Pedrazzini
Pastpresident: Dr. med. Urs Kaufmann, FESC
President of Congress: Prof. Dr. med. François Mach, FESC
Treasurer: Dr. med. Philipp Weiss
Councillors:
PD Dr. med. Richard Kobza, FESC
Dr. med. Jacqueline Landolt
Dr. med. Patrick Monnier
Prof. Dr. med. Jürg Schwitter, FESC
Prof. Dr. med. Thomas Suter
Prof. Dr. med. Felix C. Tanner
Prof. Dr. med. Mario Togni
Prof. Dr. med. Michel Zuber, FESC
Representative of Pediatric Cardiology: PD Dr. med. Christian Balmer
Representative SSCC: Prof. Dr. med. Michele Genoni
Representative SCOT: Dr. med. Simon Stämpfli
Director: Dr. med. Marjam Rüdiger-Stürchler
Permanent staff: Karin Guldenfels

Key information

Number of Members: 828
Year of Foundation: 1948
ESC Member since: 1950


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Upcoming Events

  • European Society of Cardiology

    Saturday 26 - Wednesday 30 August 2017 (5 Days)

    Barcelona - Spain

    In-person
    event

  • Monday 18 - Friday 22 September 2017 (5 Days)

    An international course in collaboration with EAPCI to commemorate the 40-year anniversary of percutaneous cardiovascular interventions at the site of its inception. This will take place in both Stresa, Italy and Zurich, Switzerland.

    In-person
    event

  • European Association of Preventive Cardiology

    Monday 20 - Thursday 23 November 2017 (4 Days)

    Bern - Switzerland

    Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death and disability in most European countries. Secondary prevention has become a cornerstone of treatment, but a majority of coronary patients do not achieve guideline standards, predisposing them to progression of disease, recurrent events, and heart failure.

    In-person
    event

  • European Society of Cardiology

    Saturday 25 - Wednesday 29 August 2018 (5 Days)

    München - Germany