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Off to the 2nd level Master “Clinical management of cardiomyopathies” – Healthcare

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Off to the 2nd level Master “Clinical management of cardiomyopathies” – Healthcare

The activities of the II level Master in “Clinical Management of Cardiomyopathies” have begun in recent days, coordinated by prof. Gianfranco Sinagra (Director of the Cardiothoracovascular Department) and prof.

Marco Merlo (Head of Clinical Research and Center for Cardiomyopathies and Heart Failure) of the Cardiology of the University Hospital of Cattinara. The master’s degree is aimed at 20 specialists in Cardiology and other disciplines from across the national territory, selected from 40 applications from aspirants.

The high participation follows 40 years of classification, management and research on cardiomyopathies with high attraction rates from all regions of Italy. There are over 2500 patients included in the Cardiomyopathies Registry with over 10 years of average follow up and thousands of family members whose screenings are known. The related scientific activity has been the subject of publications in high impact factor journals, the latest of which in “Circulation”, concerning cardiac amyloidosis. The Master is the first example in Italy of high post-graduate training activities aimed at the management of cardiomyopathies, which includes disciplines such as molecular biology, genetics, clinics with a collegial and multidisciplinary approach, advanced methods in nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance imaging and advanced and molecular histopathology , all also using artificial intelligence techniques. The master’s degree lasts 2 years, including 7 modules; 280 hours of which 20 are professional, updated on case histories of patients with cardiomyopathies and complete care of the patient and his family.

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