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BMC Cardiovascular Disorders traveled to Paris to attend the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) 2019 Congress held together with the World Congress of Cardiology. The overarching theme communicated to nearly 33,000 health professional delegates from 146 different countries was “Global cardiovascular health”. Editor Ciarán Fitzpatrick highlight some of our most impactful moments from Congress.
The editors and staff of BMC Cardiovascular Disorders would like to warmly thank the reviewers whose comments helped to shape the journal, for their invaluable assistance with review of manuscripts in Volume 18 (2018).
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Ciarán Martin Fitzpatrick, BioMed Central, UK
- Fabrizio D'ascenzo, University of Turin, IT
- Michel Noutsias, University Hospital of Jena, DE
- Barry Palmer, University of Otago, NZ
Sarah Gray, BioMed Central, UK
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Dr Palmer is a Senior Research Fellow at the Christchurch Heart Institute of the Department of Medicine, University of Otago Christchurch and a Senior Lecturer at the School of Health Sciences, Massey University Wellington, New Zealand. He completed a PhD in Molecular Microbiology from the University of Otago Dunedin’s Division of Health Sciences and undertook postdoctoral studies at University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester MA. Barry’s research interests include evaluation of genetic and plasma biomarkers of prognosis in cardiovascular disease cohorts. He serves as Section Editor for Epidemiology.
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06 November 2019