2018 CVM News: Medicine without borders: Cornell cardiologists travel the world to improve treatment at home and abroad
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This news item is about: During years of working together to treat conditions from heart failure to congenital heart defects and arrhythmias, a team of cardiologists at Cornell has been perfecting the art of collaboration on campus. Now they're forming meaningful relationships around the globe — to save lives near and far. Board-certified veterinary cardiologists Dr. N. Sydney Moïse, M.S. '85; associate professor Dr. Romain Pariaut; senior extension associate Bruce Kornreich, D.V.M. '92, Ph.D. '05 and adjunct professor Dr. Roberto Santilli, head of cardiology at the Clinica Veterinaria Malpensa in Italy, have brought their expertise to countries such as Russia, China, Portugal, India, Spain, Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, Brazil, Taiwan and others in the form of workshops and conferences on arrhythmia for veterinarians at all stages of their careers.
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