Day of Italian Research in the World | Fourth Edition Thursday, April 15
The Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto and the Consulate General of Italy
in Toronto celebrate the Day of Italian Research in the World with two events,
a live webinar and a video (see details for each below).
This day is promoted every year by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
and International Cooperation through its network of diplomatic offices
throughout the globe, highlighting the contribution of Italian researchers in
the fields of science, technology and innovation.
New Minimally Invasive Techniques in Cardiac Surgery (Prof. Gianluigi Bisleri Associate Professor Cardiac Surgery University of Toronto
Opening Remarks by the Consul General of Italy in Toronto (Eugenio Sgrò)
April 15 | 4:00PM EDT
PROF. GIANLUIGI BISLERI:
Professor Gianluigi Bisleri is a cardiovascular surgeon at St. Michael’s
Hospital and an Associate Professor in the Division of Cardiac Surgery at the University
of Toronto, as well as an Investigator at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute.
Prof. Bisleri graduated from the University of Brescia Medical School in
Brescia, Italy, summa cum laude in 2001. Following a residency in cardiac
surgery at the University of Padua, he completed a research fellowship in
arrhythmia and minimally invasive/robotic surgery at the Presbyterian Medical
Center, New York, and clinical fellowships in the Silesian Centre for Heart
Diseases in Zabrze, Poland, and at the Essex Cardiothoracic Center, Basildon
University Hospital, Basildon, U.K.
From 2006 to 2016 he was a cardiac surgeon at the University of Brescia
Medical School, where he became first assistant and then Associate Professor of
Surgery as well as Co-Director of the Arrhythmia Program and Director of the
Aortic Surgery Program.
From 2016 to 2020, Prof. Bisleri joined Queen’s University and the Kingston
Health Sciences Centre, where his expertise contributed to the development of
novel approaches for minimally invasive cardiac surgery and the treatment of
Ageing and Longevity, Available Thursday, April 15 On the YouTube channel of the Istituto Italiano di Cultura
In this video presentation available on April 15 on the YouTube Channel of the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto, Barbara Gallavotti, Italian journalist and Scientific Advisor at the Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, presents information on ageing and longevity, with a focus on Mediterranean lifestyles and dietary habits and the effects they and other components have a decisive effect on the ability to live longer, in good health.
Data: Gio 15 Apr 2021
Organizzato da : Istituto Italiano di Cultura Toronto
Ingresso : Libero