Deputy Director, Cardiology Clinic
Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center
MAVROGENI SOPHIE, MD PhD FESC
Deputy Director, Cardiology Clinic, Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center, Athens, Greece
Born in Greece. Diploma in Medicine (Greece, 1985). Specialist in Cardiology (Greek Board, 1991). CMR training at Royal Brompton Hospital (London, 1991-1993). CMR sabbatical at University of Alabama at Birmingham (1993). Married with an endocrinologist and mother of a 18yrs old boy, who started his studies in Medical School of Groeningen University, the Netherlands
Member of AHA Cardiovascular Radiology council (1996), SCMR (1998, founding member number 7)) and ESC CMR WG (1999). European Diploma in Cardiology (2000). Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology (FESC, 2000). CMR Credentialing (Level 3) by SCMR (2003). CMR Credentialing (European exams) by EUROCMR (2003).
Reviewer for several journals, including JCMR (2001), Stroke (2003), CAIM (2005), Eur Heart J (2007), JMRI (2008), JACC (2007), Circulation (2007), Arthritis Care and Research (2008), Annals of Internal Medicine (2008).
Founder and 1st President of the Greek CMR WG (1999-2002) and of the Greek College of CMR Clinical applications (2013). Nucleus member of the European Society of Cardiology CMR WG, responisible for CMR education topics (2004-2008). Current position: Cardiologist at Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center (Athens), in charge for CMR teaching, routine scans and research activities. Organizer of the annual international CMR Workshop in Athens (from 2000 until now), accredited by EBAC and SCMR and currently in charge for the international CMR Registry in Rheumatic Diseases.
Research interests include non-ischemic cardiomyopathy and specifically CMR in Internal Medicine (Thalassemia, Dystrophinopathies, myocarditis and rheumatic diseases). Published over 160 original articles and authored chapters in several books related to cardiovascular imaging and CMR.
My moto is “High tech is important; however, people behind the machines make the difference”
Friday, February 8
11:10 AM – 11:55 AM
Saturday, February 9
10:45 AM – 10:55 AM