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Sydney Moise

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Dr. Moise is involved in teaching, clinical practice, and research. Her research has centered on arrhythmias in dogs. Currently, her research is directed toward the normal and abnormal patterning of cardiac rhythms during long-term Holter analysis. She also has orchestrated collaborative studies to understand the mechanisms of degeneration of the mitral valve in dogs. She was awarded the AVMA research award for arrhythmia studies in German shepherds and the Bourgelat Award for international contribution to the clinical practice of veterinary medicine. Dr. Moïse was Editor-in Chief (5 years) and Associate Editor (2 years) of the international Journal of Veterinary Cardiology. Previously, she co-edited and authored with Dr. Philip Fox and David Sisson the textbook Canine and Feline Cardiology. In 2018 the textbook Electrocardiography of the Dog and Cat authored by Drs. Roberto Santilli, N. Sydney Moise, Romain Pariaut and Manuela Perego. She is currently working on her book Heartbeats…Over Time (Long-term Electrocardiographic Monitoring in the Dog and Cat) him him. She is extensively involved in the international aspects of academic veterinary cardiology including speaking and training.


Evento valorizzato SPC* This 5-day course will provide comprehensive coverage of canine and feline arrhythmias, from electrophysiological mechanisms to advanced ECG interpretation and treatment. It includes didactic lectures, interactive sessions and more than 5 hours of hands-on ECG interpretation with additional time for questions and individual attention. The main topics covered: • Correlation between cardiac…