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The Mission of the ESC Working Group on Cardiovascular Regenerative and Reparative Medicine is to improve our knowledge and to develop therapies in this field through the synergy of basic discoveries and translational clinical efforts from dedicated centres all around the world, by:
Francisco Fernández-Aviles (Spain)Chairperson 2017-2019
To promote the progress in regenerating injured human organs, by leveraging collective efforts in basic discoveries, in the creation of better regenerative products and technologies, in better preclinical models, and in large clinical trials that will lead to rapid advances in the search for effective therapies in humans. To promote a network of professionals, clinicians and scientists involved in the development and validation of advanced therapies for cardiovascular regeneration.
Prof. Stefan Janssens, MD, PhDUniversity Hospital Gasthuisberg of LeuvenCardiovascular Diseases49 HerestraatLeuven 3000, Belgiumemail address
Assoc. Prof. Giulio Pompilio, FESCCentro Cardiologico Monzino IRCCS Scientific Direction CV SurgeryVia Parea 4, 20138 MilanoItalyemail address
Prof. Francisco Fernández-Avilés, MD, PhD, FESCServicio de CardiologíaH.G.U.Gregorio MarañónUniversidad Complutense de MadridC/ Dr. Esquerdo nº 46 Pabellón de Gobierno28007 Madrid, Spainemail address
Dr. Ricardo Sanz-Ruiz, MD, PhDSpainemail address
Prof. Joost Sluijter, FESCNetherlands (The)email address
Prof. Phillippe Menasché, MD, PhDFranceemail address
Prof. Jens Kastrup, MD, PhD, FESCDenmarkemail address
Prof. Jonathan Leor, FESCIsraelemail address
Dr. Marie-Noelle GiraudSwitzerlandemail address
Dr. Antje EbertGermanyemail address
Prof. Nicola Smart, MD, PhDMedical Sciences Division. Oxford UniversityUnited Kingdomemail address
Prof. Lina Badimon, FESCSpain
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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