Pisa, Italy

Cardiovascular Summer School: Clinical and Experimental

when 1 July 2024 - 5 July 2024
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 500

Cardiovascular health and disease strictly depend on a dynamic interplay between genes, ageing, lifestyle and risk factors. In the last few years this field has registered important advances in research and revision of clinical paradigms translated in new practical guidelines. Furthermore, a new research deal including genotype-phenotype relations, development of advanced investigational and diagnostic tools, artificial intelligence application towards an improved personalized and precision cardiovascular medicine, represent exciting perspectives at the horizon for scientists and clinicians interested in cardiovascular pathophysiology and medicine.

Course leader

Prof. Raffaele De Caterina

Target group

Undergraduate and postgraduate students of Medicine and Life Sciences, PhD students and students of medical specialization schools

Course aim

To provide state-of-the-art and cutting-edge developments in knowledge of major cardiovascular problems, from basic sciences to pathophysiological perspective to clinical approaches. Special attention will be paid to promote scientific thinking through interactive discussions.
The course will be strongly characterized by multidisciplinarity, presenting basic pathophysiologic principles of cardiovascular function, estabilshed knowledge on cardiovascular diseases, and innovative perspectives in cardiovascular treatment and management. Emerging views on cardiometabolic issues, cardiomyopathies, pathophysiologically-guided approaches to interventional cardiology, and functional and structural aspects of atherothrombotic disease will represent key topics.

Fee info

EUR 500: tuition fees

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