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Professor Christoph Graeni

Bern University Hospital, Inselspital, Bern (Switzerland)

Member of:

European Society of Cardiology

Dr. Christoph Gräni is Professor in Cardiology at the University of Bern, Switzerland and Director of Cardiac Imaging, covering Echocardiography, Cardiac Magnetic Resonance, Cardiac Computed Tomography and Nuclear Cardiology at the University Hospital Bern, Switzerland. One of his main research focuses is on improving the diagnosis and risk stratification of different cardiomyopathies, myocarditis and cardiac amyloidosis, using multimodality cardiac imaging myocardial function analysis and fibrosis assessment. Additionally, his research includes non-invasive assessment of coronary artery disease, especially coronary artery anomalies.

Routine 4D Cardiac Computed Tomography to Identify Concomitant Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy in TAVI candidates with Severe Aortic Stenosis

Event: EACVI 2023

Topic: Myocardial Disease

Session: Cardiac Amyloidosis 2


Risk assessment in patients with anomalous coronary arteries.

Event: ESC Congress 2022

Topic: Imaging of Coronary Artery Disease

Session: Unusual causes of coronary artery disease: from diagnosis to treatment


Imaging and functional evaluation of aberrant coronary arteries.

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Congenital Heart Disease and Paediatric Cardiology

Session: Aberrant coronary arteries: surgical treatment indications and techniques


Endocarditis: when to choose which imaging technique (or which combination).

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Nuclear Imaging

Session: Multimodality cardiac imaging to solve challenging diagnostic questions


Benefit of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging tissue characterization in risk profiling patients with suspected myocarditis

Event: ESC Congress 2017

Topic: Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR)

Session: CMR in acute coronary syndromes and myocarditis


Middle-aged individuals with anomalous coronary artery from the opposite sinus of valsalva - a retrospective matched cohort outcome study

Event: ESC Congress 2016

Topic: Congenital heart disease imaging

Session: Congenital heart disease imaging


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