• Dr. Morten Bøttcher Head of the Cardiac Imaging center

    Morten Bøttcher is head of the Cardiac Imaging center at the Hospital Unit West in Denmark and associate professor at Aarhus University. He is also a member of the board of representatives for the west of Denmark Heart database and has worked as secretary of the Danish society of Cardiology and secretary of the European working group on nuclear cardiology and CT. Dr. Bøttcher is the principal investigator of the DAN-NICAD trial and has a long-term interest and research activity in non-invasive and invasive diagnosis of ischemic heart disease.

  • Prof. Dr. John Cleland Prof. Dr. John Cleland

    Professor John Cleland is a cardiology consultant at the Royal Brompton Hospital and a professor of cardiology at the Imperial College London as well as Director of the Robertson centre for Biostatistics and Clinical Trials and he is also Honorary Consultant Cardiologist for the Greater Glasgow & Clyde Health Board.

  • Peter Clemmensen MD, DMSc, FESC, FSCAI

    Peter Clemmensen graduated as BS and MD at the University of Copenhagen, and currently holds joints positions as Professor of Cardiology, Associate Professor of Medicine and Chief Physician working mainly in Interventional Cardiology at Department of General and Interventional Cardiology, University Heart Center, Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg Germany and Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, Nykoebing F Hospital, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark. Previous President the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association. Past President of the Danish Heart Foundation. Professor Clemmensen has published over 300 scientific papers and chapters in international textbooks (N Engl J Med, Lancet, Circulation, Eur Heart J, J Am Coll Cardiol, Am Heart J, Am J Cardiol, Heart). The research has mainly been on assessment of reperfusion therapies in patients with ST segment elevation myocardial infarction, invasive cardiology, and antithrombotic therapies. Risk stratification in patients with ACS, including cardiac markers and electrocardiology.

  • Prof. Dr. David Erlinge Prof. Dr. David Erlinge, Sweden

    Prof. Dr. Erlinge graduated in medicine from the University of Lund, in 1990, where he also earned his PhD. He has been a visiting research fellow at Cornell University Medical College in New York. In 2006 he received the Lars Werkö distinguished research fellowship and was appointed Professor in Cardiology at Lund University in 2008. He is the Head of the Cardiology Department at the Skåne University Hospital in Lund.