Myocardial bridging in patients with ischaemia: imaging and physiological interrogation
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Dr Enrico Cerrato is Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at San Luigi Gonzaga University Hospital and Rivoli...
Dr Enrico Cerrato is Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at San Luigi Gonzaga University Hospital and Rivoli Hospital, in Turin, Italy. He completed his training as cardiologist in the Molinette University Hospital (Turin, Italy) and, subsequently, a fellowship in interventional Cardiology at Hospital Clinico San Carlos, Madrid. He is actually completing his PhD program at Universidad Complutense, Madrid. Dr Cerrato has an important track record in the use of meta-analysis as a research tool, an statistical approach he trained under the supervision of Prof. Biondi-Zoccai. Dr Cerrato is one of the founder of CardioGroup (www.cardiogroup.org), a research network that has generated multiple studies on left main PCI, intracoronary physiology, imaging techniques and spontaneous coronary dissection, among many other topics. Dr Cerrato was involved in studies encompassing the use of physiology in complex PCI setting as in left main disease, multiple vessel disease and in the setting of acute coronary syndrome and he is currently co-principal investigator in the PREDICT study which investigates the protective effect of ticagrelor against periprocedural microvascular damage in patients with diabetes.