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Scientific Program

last updated Sept. 8th

Invited Speakers

Eckstein, Hans-Henning

Professor of Vascular Surgery, Head of the Department of Adult and Pediatric Vascular, Endovascular Surgery, University Hospital Rechts der Isar Munich, Germany

Haulon, Stephan

Professor of Vascular Surgery, Aortic Centre, Groupe Hospitalier Paris Saint Joseph, Hôpital Marie Lannelongue, Université Paris Saclay Paris, France

Debus, Sebastian

Professor of Vascular Surgery, University Heart and Vascular Center Hamburg, Department for Vascular Medicine Vascular Surgery - Angiology - Endovascular Therapy, Hamburg, Germany

Avgerinos, Dimitrios

Cardiac and Aortic Surgeon Ass. Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery Weill Cornell Medicine and New York Presbyterian Medical Center, New York

Tsilimparis, Nikolaos

Professor of Vascular Surgery, Head of the Vascular Surgery Department - Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians- University (LMU) Großhadern Marchioninistr, München, Germany

Loftus, Ian

Professor of Vascular Surgery, St. Georges University of London, UK

Bicknell, Collin

Clinical Reader in the Department of Surgery and Cancer, Head of Specialty for Vascular Surgery, Imperial College London, UK

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Special Acknowledgement

The reception will be held to honour Professor (Em.) Christos D. Liapis for being the first Director of the University Vascular Surgery Clinic of "Attikon" hospital as well as to honour SYN-ENOSIS, the Greek Shipowners’ Social Welfare Company for the significant donation that facilitates the work of the University Vascular Surgery Clinic.

SYN-ENOSIS Greek Shipowners' Social Welfare Company is a non-profit entity. SYN-ENOSIS’ task is to contribute to Greek society by supporting social welfare programmes and activities for vulnerable social groups and for projects of public interest, through the provision of humanitarian and charitable aid.