Angiology Award

The Swiss Society of Angiology presents the Angiology Award. Every year, this award recognizes outstanding scientific work by young Swiss angiologists. The President of the SGA Committee is Prof. Dr. Marc Righini, Chief Physician of Vascular Medicine at Geneva University Hospital. The Angiology Award, which is endowed with CHF 10,000, is financially supported by Sanofi.

Congratulations to the award winners!

 

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Angiology Award Winner 2023: Helia Robert-Ebadi

The scientific prize of the Swiss Society of Angiology was awarded at the 2023 Union Meeting in Lasanne to Dr med. Helia Robert-Ebadi for her paper «External validation of the PEGeD diagnostic algorithm for suspected pulmonary embolism in an independent cohort».

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Angiology Award Winner 2022: Stefano Barco

The scientific prize of the Swiss Society of Angiology was awarded at the 2022 Union Meeting in Zurich to Dr med. habil. (I), Ph. D. Stefano Barco for the paper «Enoxaparin for primary thromboprophylaxis in symptomatic outpatients with COVID-19 (OVID): a randomized, open-label, parallel-group, multicentre, phase 3 trial».

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Angiology Award Winner 2021: Jörn F. Dopheide

The scientific prize of the Swiss Society of Angiology was awarded to PD Dr med. Jörn F. Dopheide for the paper «Adherence to statin therapy favours survival of patients with symptomatic peripheral artery disease».

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Angiology Award Winner 2019: Can Gökgöl

The scientific prize of the Swiss Society of Angiology was awarded at the 2019 Union Meeting in Lucerne to Dr med. Can Gökgöl for the paper «Prediction of restenosis based on hemodynamical markers in revascularized femoro-popliteal arteries during leg flexion» verliehen.

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Angiology Award Winner 2018: Marc Schindewolf

The scientific prize of the Swiss Society of Angiology was awarded to PD Dr. med. Marc Schindewolf for the paper «Use of Fondaparinux Off-label or Approved Anticoagulants for Management of Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia» at the 2018 Union Meeting in Lugano.

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