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Doctor Annette Maznyczka

Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)

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Annette is an intervention fellow at Leeds General Infirmary (UK). She also had high volume, complex coronary intervention training at Portsmouth University Hospitals NHS Trust. She completed her general cardiology training in London, as an NIHR funded Academic Clinical Fellow, before being awarded her PhD from the University of Glasgow in 2020. Her PhD was funded by a competitive BHF fellowship, and involved invasive physiology for risk-stratification in STEMI and intracoronary thrombolysis for no-reflow. Annette’s research has been published in leading journals. She was a finalist for the BCIS young investigator award and continues her enthusiasm for research during her intervention fellowships. Annette also has an MSc degree in Medical Education from University College London. Outside of work she is a keen musician and is bilingual in Polish and English.

Invasive coronary physiology during primary percutaneous coronary intervention in patients treated with intracoronary alteplase or placebo: the double-blind T-TIME physiology substudy

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2019

Topic: Coronary Microcirculation and Collaterals

Session: Coronary microcirculation

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