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Paolo Pagnotta

Name: Paolo Pagnotta
Nationality:
Italian

Current Position:

Interventional Cardiologist
Head of Cardiac Catetherization Laboratory
Department of Cardiovascular  Medicine
Chief. Prof G.L. Condorelli
Humanitas, Resarch Hospital – RCCS
Division of Cardiology
Chief. Dr Bernhard Reimers

Previous Position:

Senior Interventional Cardiologist
Cardiac Catetherization Laboratory
Chief: dr. Antonio Colombo
Department of Cardiology
San Raffaele University Hospital

Education

December 1989:​Graduated in Medicine, M.D.: full Honors at the “La Sapienza” University School of Medicine in Rome, under the guidance of Prof A. Reale.

Board Certification

June 1990​Italian Medical Licence, valid for the European Community

November 1994:​National Board Certification in Cardiology with full Honors at the “La Sapienza” University School of Medicine, in Rome, under the guidance of Prof. B. Marino.

Employment History and Medical Appointments

1989-1992:​ Fellow in Cardiology at the Institute of Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery, Ospedale Policlinico Umberto I, “La Sapienza” University School of Medicine, Rome, directed by prof. Attilio Reale.

1993-1996: ​Assistant Cardiologist at the Division of Cardiology at the San Raffaele Hospital, Milan, Italy, directed by prof. S.L. Chierchia.

1997-2002:​ Full-time Interventional Cardiologist at the Cardiac Catheterization and Coronary Interventions Laboratories, San Raffaele Hospital, Milan, Italy – Chief dr. A. Colombo.

1999-2002:​ Par-time Consulting Physician of Haemodynamic and Interventional Cardiology at “S. Ambrogio Clinic Institute” in Milan.

2004-2015:​ Coordinator full time of Interventional Cardiologist of Cardiac Catheterization and ​Coronary Interventions Laboratories, Humanitas Clinical Institute, Rozzano – Milan, Italy – Chief dr. P. Presbitero.

2015- to day: ​Head of Cardiac Catheterization and Coronary Interventions Laboratories, Humanitas Research Hospital, Rozzano – Milan, Italy – Department of Cardiovascular Medicine – Division of Cardiology – Chief dr. B. Reimers.