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Women Transforming Leadership Programme - ESC Grants

Supporting the Career of Women in Cardiology

The Women Transforming Leadership Programme is an innovative executive education programme established by the University of Oxford to assist women in achieving their full career and leadership potential.

In view of supporting women in cardiovascular medicine, the ESC is proud to offer its members educational grants covering the programme fee.

About the Course & Grants

The 2017 Women Transforming Leadership Programme will take place on 2 - 6 of October at the Said Business School in Oxford, UK.

Programme participants will be part of a global peer-group working in a wide range of sectors.

About the 2017 Grants

The call for applications for the ESC grants will be open in April 2017.

The course is targeted to women professionals who are ESC Members and already responsible for leading others and making decisions, and who are thinking of taking on a new challenge or have recently done so.

ESC Women Transforming Leadership Alumni

2016 Grant Winners

  • Donna FITZSIMONS, CCNAP (N-Ireland)
  • Kristina HAMBRAEUS (Sweden)
  • Lixin JIANG (China)
  • Josepa MAURI-FERRE, EAPCI (Spain)
  • Avital PORTER (Israel)
  • Carol Ann REMME, WG Cardiac Cellular Electrophysiology (The Netherlands)
  • Raquel YOTTI (Spain)

2015 Grant Winners

  • Marisa Generosa CRESPO-LEIRO (Spain), HFA
  • Sigrun HALVORSEN (Norway)
  • Nina JOHNSTON (Sweden)
  • Susanna PRICE (UK), ACCA