Cardiac surgeon fellow University la Sapienza Rome Italy
Marzia Cottini has completed her residency in Cardiac Surgery last May 2015 (32 yo) at the Insubria University of Varese. During the five years of residency, she had interested in clinical research and had performed several operation as first and second assistant. She had attended the last months of her residency in Canada, at the Toronto General Hospital and Sick Children Hospital to increase her experience in adult and children cardiovascular surgery. She is attending research and surgical fellow at Cardiac Surgery and Heart Transplantation Center San Camillo Forlanini Rome. She has published about 20 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of some scientific journal, as a fellow in Cardiac Surgery field for ANMCO (Italian Hospital Cardiologist Society), as a member of Heart Failure Association of the ESC (since May 2016), and she has already been peer-reviewer of many anesthetic, cardiologic and surgical journals.
Since my medical school training I was interested in research. During the preparation of my thesis I had my experience in research laboratory using specific cardiovascular assessment instruments and working with advanced analysis system. My current interests are: atrial fibrillation and cardiac surgery, neurological disease after cardiac surgery, development of transcatheter aortic valve repair (TAVI) and new generation of LVAD. I have been started to collect and analyze data about minimally invasive surgery versus conventional surgery. I was recently involved in heart transplants, and discovered a scientific environment to grow and develop my research interests in particularly in intensive care unit.
Research Interests Cardiac Surgery:
Transapical valve implantation and anesthesiologist management, Heart transplantation, lung transplantation (basic science and applied science), Adult cardiac surgery, Cardiovascular intensive care management, Bleeding management in cardiac surgery, Postoperative complications and management of cardiac surgery patients.