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Vincenzo Pasceri Edit Profile

Cardiologist , researcher

Vincenzo Pasceri, Italian cardiologist, researcher. Achievements include research in role of C-reactive protein in atherosclerosis and coronary disease. Recipient Agostino Gemelli Graduate of Year award, Catholic University Sacred Heart, 1992, Samuel A. Levine Young Clinical Investigator award, American Heart Association, 1997.

Background

Pasceri, Vincenzo was born on July 14, 1968 in San Nicola da Crissa, Italy. Son of Rocco Pasceri and Giovanna Renda.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Catholic University Sacred Heart, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic University Sacred Heart, 2000.

Career

Resident cardiology Catholic University Sacred Heart, Rome, 1992—1996. Research fellow Texas Heart Institute, Houston, 1998—2000, fellow interventional cardiology, 2000—2001. Attending cardiologist San Filippo Neri Hospital, Rome, since 2002.

Chairman study group Atorvastatin for Reduction of Myocardial Damage During Angioplasty, Rome, since 2003. Consultant San Cosma Medical Association, Rome, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in role of C-reactive protein in atherosclerosis and coronary disease.

Membership

Fellow: Texas Heart Institute Cardiac Society, Italian Society Interventional Cardiology, American College Cardiology. Member: Society for Cardiac Angiography Interventions.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing, travel, history, archaeology.

Connections

father:
Rocco Pasceri

mother:
Giovanna Renda