Friday, 22 October 2010

George Badham at IVEC and ISVS Milan

George Badham sitting as discussant on panel of IVEC and European Congress of the ISVS leading discussion on the treatment of Carotid Stenoses - Milan Oct 2010 This morning, George Badham - Whiteley Clinic Venous Research Fellow Summer 2010 and Cardiff Medical Student - lead the discussion into the treatment of Carotid Stenoses at the IVEC (International Vascular and Endovascular Course) and European Congress of the ISVS (International Society for Vascular Surgery) in Milan.

The picture shows George posing his question that lead the discussion following a series of presentations by world experts in Carotid disease - including Carlos H Timaran (Dalla, Tx, USA), Michel Henry (Nancy, France), Sumaira MacDonald (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK), Alison Halliday (London and Oxford), Gaetano Deleo (Milan, Italy) and Klaus D. Mathias (Dortmund, Germany).

The panel for the session was made up of President: Giancarlo Bracale (Naples, Italy) with Chairpersons: Ali Abu Rahma (Charleston, WV, USA) and Maria Grazia Bordoni (Milan, Italy) with Discussant: George Badham (Guildford, UK).

Mark Whiteley is a member of the faculty and wil be giving his invited lecture on Foam Sclerotherapy for the treatment of varicose veins tomorrow. George Badham will be presenting his research into radiofrequency treatment of varicose veins in the free paper session, also tomorrow morning.

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