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October 7th - 11st, 2017
31st EACTS Annual Meeting

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Euromacs is supported by the European Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery.

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Medtronic Inc (formerly HeartWare) and Berlin Heart GmbH, support Euromacs with a grant

Executive Board

The main task of the Executive Board is to implement and maintain the scientific conceptual design and further development of the register by safeguarding the rights of the patients. Further, the Executive Board is responsible for formalizing agreements between Euromacs and clinical centers as well as with research institutions.

Initially, the board has been composed by clinicians with the expected highest number of data records that are transmitted to the registry of the association. According to the statute of Euromacs, future elections and recalls of members of the board of directors shall take place at the general members meeting.

As of April 2017, the EUROMACS Committee consists of the following members:

Prof. Dr. med. Jan Gummert (Bad Oeynhausen)Executive Chairman
Prof. Dr. Paul Mohacsi, MBA (Bern)Deputy Chairman
Dr. Ivan Netuka (Prague)Treasurer
Prof. Dr. Bart Meyns (Leuven)Member
Dr. Felix Schönrath (Berlin)Member
Prof. Dr. André Vincentelli (Lille)Member
Dr. Evaristo Castedo (Madrid)Member
Prof. Dr. Finn Gustafsson (Copenhagen)Member
Prof. Dr. Pascal Leprince (Paris)Member
Dr. Kadir Caliskan (Rotterdam)Member
Prof. Dr. Francesco Musumeci (Rome)Member
Prof. Dr. Thomas Krabatsch (Berlin)Member

Management

The management of the regular business of the Euromacs organisation is carried out by the Managing Director. The board has delegated several executive tasks to the managing director.

Theo M.M.H. de By MBA (The Hague) Managing Director

Scientific Advisory Council

The task of the Scientific Advisory Council shall promote and support the interests of the association with their scientific capabilities. In particular, the Scientific Advisory Council shall examine proposals for new research projects which are rejected by the board, as well as to assess the annual report which the board of directors prepares. The Scientific Advisory Council shall inform third party investors, as required by the regulations on grants, about the course of the sponsored projects.

The Scientific Advisory Council consists of:

Dr. Fiane Arndt (Oslo)
Prof. Dr. Bart Meyns (Leuven)
Dr. Finn Gustafsson (Copenhagen)
Prof. Dr. Jaap Lahpor (Utrecht)
Prof. Dr. Luigi Martinelli (Pavia)
Dr. Julia Stein (Berlin)
Prof. Dr. Armin Zittermann (Bad Oeynhausen)
Prof. Dr. Steven Tsui (Cambridge)
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