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Adriatics Cardio Days 2021 - Session 1
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Prof. Gerhard Wess
Dr. med. vet., Dr. habil., PhD @Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich
Gerhard Wess completed his studies at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich and did his residency in Internal Medicine at the Clinic of Small Animal Medicine in Zurich (ECVIM). Since 2003, he is the head of the cardiology department at the Clinic of Small Animal Medicine at the LMU University Munich and has built up a cardiology team. His residency program is recognized by both the ECVIM and ACVIM. Clinical and research interests include the diagnosis and medical management of cardiac disease and failure, particularly in cardiomyopathies in dogs and cats. Prof. Wess is the course Director of the ESAVS cardiology modules (I-V) and contributes to the veterinary literature with a vast number of publications.