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Prof. Kenneth Dickstein

Full Professor of Medicine

University of Bergen

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University of Bergen

Postboks 7800

Bergen, 5020

Norway

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairperson

ESC Task Force for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute and Chronic Heart Failure

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
InCirculation

Active Member of Numerous Editorial Boards and Steering Committees and An Associate Editor
European Journal of Heart Failure

Research Fellow
Harvard Medical School

Education

Univ. of Pennsylvania

PhD

University of Bergen

medical degrees

Royal College of Surgeons

medical degrees

University of London

Web References (75 Total References)


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Kenneth Dickstein Professor Kenneth Dickstein
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Professor Kenneth Dickstein was born in Philadelphia and completed undergraduate education at the University of Pennsylvania. He has medical degrees from the University of London and the Royal College of Surgeons (1977). He was a research fellow at Harvard Medical School from 1988 until 1990 and completed his PhD in Exercise Physiology at the University of Bergen in 1992. Professor Dickstein is in charge of the Coronary Care Unit at Stavanger University Hospital, is a full Professor of Medicine at the University of Bergen and is a coordinator for the medical student teaching programme at Stavanger University Hospital.
His primary focus is clinical research in heart failure, and he is Director of a research programme at Stavanger Health Research Foundation. Professor Dickstein is Past-President of the Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). He was Chairman of the Task Forces for both the ESC 2008 Guidelines on Heart Failure and the 2010 Update of ESC guidelines on device therapy and has been a councillor of the ESC Board and was the founder of the ESC website heartfailurematters.org. He is an active member of numerous editorial boards and steering committees and an Associate Editor of the European Journal of Heart Failure. Professor Dickstein has published over 300 scientific papers and held over 300 invited lectures at international venues. He resides with his wife and two sons on the west coast of Norway and spends his summers fly fishing.
Disclosures
Prof. Dickstein has received honoraria and/or research support from the following device companies: Medtronic, Boston Scientific St. Jude, Biotronik, and Sorin; and the following pharmaceutical companies: Merck, Novartis, Amgen, Boehringer Ingelheim, Astra Zeneca, Pfizer, Bayer, GSK, Roche, Sanofi, Abbott, Otsuka, Leo, Servier, and Bristol Myers Squibb.


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Kenneth Dickstein

Professor Kenneth Dickstein
University of Bergen, Stavanger University Hospital


In a related commentary, Kenneth ...

www.incirculation.net [cached]

In a related commentary, Kenneth Dickstein (University of Bergen, Norway) said: "Cardiac myosin activation should first be assessed in the large population with chronic systolic dysfunction, signs of heart failure, and New York Heart Association function class III and IV symptoms."

"Subsequently, the potential role in patients managed in critical care, especially after cardiovascular surgery, should be explored," he concluded.


In a related commentary, Kenneth ...

www.incirculation.net [cached]

In a related commentary, Kenneth Dickstein (University of Bergen, Norway) said: "Cardiac myosin activation should first be assessed in the large population with chronic systolic dysfunction, signs of heart failure, and New York Heart Association function class III and IV symptoms."

"Subsequently, the potential role in patients managed in critical care, especially after cardiovascular surgery, should be explored," he concluded.


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Professor Kenneth Dickstein, University of Bergen, Stavanger, Norway

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