Giuseppe Mancia outlines the work of the Centre of Clinical Physiology and Hypertension in Milan, Italy.
The Centre of Clinical Physiology and Hypertension in Milan (founded in 1981) originally consisted almost entirely of
physicians from Milan University and Ospedale Maggiore interested in cardiovascular research, who were allowed to
work part-time at the Centre, with the addition of some directly employed staff.
Since then, the centre has expanded to many other universities and hospitals in Northern Italy, including the University of Milano-Bicocca. Giuseppe Mancia provides an overview of research and education, past and present.
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