Madonna Salib holds a PhD from the University of Lorraine, focusing on biomarkers of myocardial fibrosis and arterial stiffness in patients with end-stage renal disease.
She is currently project manager for the CKD-REIN Cohort at the Centre de Recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations in Villejuif. She has worked as a student and visiting scientist in several countries, including Spain, Portugal and the United States.
She also holds a master's degree in data quality and analysis. As a researcher, she is interested in identifying biological phenotypes based on biomarkers and using AI to establish personalized treatment strategies.
Joao Pedro Ferreira obtained his MD from the University of Porto in Portugal, where he studied from 2009 to 2014 and specialized in cardiology.He then worked as a cardiology physician at CIC-P from 2015 to 2021. During this period, he was actively involved in clinical and cohort studies in the cardiovascular field, including the Stanislas Cohort, as well as the HOMAGE, VICTORIA-HF and EMPEROR-HF studies.
Since 2021, Joao Pedro Ferreira has returned to Portugal to pursue his career as a research physician. However, he continues to work closely with the CIC-P, where he is a consultant and co-author of major publications.
In addition, Joao Pedro Ferreira holds a master's degree in biostatistics, which enables him to analyze clinical study data rigorously and accurately. This combination of expertise in cardiology and biostatistics makes him a leading researcher in his field.
"Stefano COIRO has been an Italian physician specializing in Cardiology since 2014. In Italy, he works at Perugia Hospital in the Cardiology Department headed by Pr Guiseppe AMBROSIO. He joined Nancy's Centre d'Investigation Cliniques Plurithématique in November 2014 for a one-year research period.
"I chose to come to Nancy because the Nancy CIC-P is a major investigative center with world-renowned, qualified people. The CIC-P is an ideal structure for a doctor like me, who has many interests in the field of cardiovascular research. The staff are highly qualified and well prepared to welcome researchers from abroad. I was working on a clinical trial, HF-COM, whose objective was to evaluate the degree of residual pulmonary congestion at the end of hospitalization for heart failure by pulmonary ultrasound and its impact on the prognosis of these patients. I also took advantage of this stay to develop skills in medical statistics and to participate in randomized clinical trials."
Today, Stefano has returned to Italy to continue his research projects and continues to collaborate with CIC-P.