Florian Wenzl completed his medical degree with highest honours at the Medical University of Graz, Austria. Subsequently, he trained at the Heart and Vascular Center, University of Pennsylvania and continued his cardiology fellowship at the German Heart Centre Munich. Since 2021, he pursues his PhD at the University of Zurich/Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich. He received multiple research and educational grants from public and private sources. Florian and his team aim at enhancing risk prediction in cardiovascular disease. As a fellow of the SPUM-ACS, AMIS Plus, and MINAP studies, he focuses on large-scale investigations and conducted research stays at the University College London and the Cardiovascular Research Institute Basel. For his efforts in research and education, he received numerous prizes and awards, including the Ars Docendi national prize awarded by the Austrian Minister of Education. In his free time, he plays Tennis and enjoys cycling with friends.