Smart Patient - what about your heart?

Panel discussion followed by Q&A by the Audience.

17th-18th June, Stavanger


Daniëlle Keulards

MD, PhD-candidate, fellow cardiology Department of Cardiology

Research Profile

Daniëlle Keulards is a cardiologist in training at the Catharina Hospital in Eindhoven. She is currently working a PhD at the TU/e department of Biomedical Engineering, research group Cardiovascular Biomechanics. The research is focused on invasive absolute flow and resistance measurements and intracoronary physiology. Together with Prof Dr Nico Pijls, Catharina Hospital Eindhoven, and Dr Marcel van ‘t Veer we apply this relative new research method in several different pathologies; patients with myocardial infarction, microvascular dysfunction and occluded vessels.

Academic Background

Daniëlle Keulards studied at the Maastricht University, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences where she obtained a MSc in science and medical degree in 2013. In 2014 she started working as a cardiologist in training in the Catharina Hospital. In 2018 she paused this fellowship to work on a PhD at the Eindhoven University of Technology, department of Biomedical Engineering

Catharina Hospital Eindhoven

Espen Holte

MD, PhD Senior Cardiology Consultant

St. Olavs hospital

Ole Geir Solberg


Ole Geir Solberg, MD, PhD
Ole Geir Solberg is an interventional cardiologist at Oslo University Hospital Rikshospitalet.
He graduated medical school in Oslo in 1984 and is a former specialist in Family Medicine.
After training in general internal medicine and general cardiology, he has served as
interventional cardiologist since 2009. His research has focused on coronary physiology in
the catheterization laboratories, primary microvascular function and dysfunction in different
clinical scenarios.

Oslo University Hospital – Rikshospitalet

Vibeke Juliebø

MD,PhD, Interventional Cardiologist

Akershus University Hospital

Alf Inge Larsen

MD, PhD, Professor

Head of interventional cardiology Stavanger University Hospital and University of Bergen

Johan Svanerud

CEO and Founder


Charlotte Sæland


Stavanger University Hospital

Relevant issues/questions:

What is Microvascular Angina and Microvascular Coronary Dysfunction

Patient history - example(s)

Contributions from big pharma and medical industry

Innovative technologies for measurement

Novel methodologies for measurement

Opportunities for international cooperation

Gaps between diagnostics and treatment

Mathematical algorithms

Opportunities for the future

Summing up, conclusions and next steps

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The event is from monday 17th June to tuesday 18th of June

This allows for anyone that want’s to request and join hikes the weekend 15th-16th June to any of the nearby sights and mountains.

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