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Luigi Corea

Luigi Corea, Italian cardiologist, educator. Decorated commendatore of St. Gregorio Magno of Vaticano (Rome).

Background

  • Corea, Luigi was born on April 6, 1939 in Taverna, Italy. Son of Ulisse and Antonia (Garcea) Corea.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine University Perugia, 1964. Postgraduate University Pisa, 1969-1971.

    Career

    • Intern, resident University Pisa, 1964-1971. House physician Patologie Medica, University Perugia, Italy, 1964-1969, assistant at semeiotica medica, since 1969, registrar, since 1972, senior registrar, since 1974, associate professor semeiotica medica and cardiology, 1981-1983, professor cardiology School Medicine, since 1983. Faculty cardiology National Heart Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital, London, 1967.

    Works

    • Author: The Pheocromocytoma, 1980. L'ipertrofia cardiaca. Contributing author: Trattato di Patologia Medica, Trattato Italiano di Cardiologia.

      Contributor articles on cardiovascular pathology to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Fellow International College Angiology, European Society Cardiology, American College Cardiology. Member Italian Society Cardiology (council 1970-1980, 86—), Italian Society Hypertension, Italian Society Vascular Pathology, Italian Federation Medicine of Sport, International Society Hypertension, Italian Society Internal Medicine, European Society Clinical Investigation.

    Connections

    • Children– Francesco, Pierluigi.
    • father: Ulisse Corea
    • mother: Antonia (Garcea) Corea
    • children: Francesco Corea
    • Pierluigi Corea
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    Born April 6, 1939
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