Speakers


Dr.  Daniela Branzan

 

Currently serves as the head of Division of Vascular Surgery at the University Hospital Leipzig, Germany. Originally from Romania, she completed her training in vascular surgery at the University Heart Center Freiburg-Bad Krozingen, Germany and joined the Leipzig faculty in 2014. Her clinical and research work focuses on the endovascular treatment of complex aortic disease, as well as the hybrid recanalization of multilevel peripheral arterial disease in patients with critical limb ischemia to prevent amputation. She has been serving as a Principal Investigator for multiple national and international clinical research studies, and she has published her work, comprising more than 35 papers, in prestigious scientific journals. Dr. Branzan has been invited to demonstrate her expertise in multiple Live Case Transmissions at national and international vascular meetings, where she has hence been recognized with numerous national and international awards.  Furthermore, she serves as a peer-reviewer for highly ranked journals in the field of vascular disease, and she has presented her own innovative research in multiple national and international conferences.  Dr. Branzan is active in a plethora of scientific organizations including the German Society of Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine and the European Society of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Branzan is the mother of a 7-years-old daughter.


Dr.  Daniela Branzan

 

Currently serves as the head of Division of Vascular Surgery at the University Hospital Leipzig, Germany. Originally from Romania, she completed her training in vascular surgery at the University Heart Center Freiburg-Bad Krozingen, Germany and joined the Leipzig faculty in 2014. Her clinical and research work focuses on the endovascular treatment of complex aortic disease, as well as the hybrid recanalization of multilevel peripheral arterial disease in patients with critical limb ischemia to prevent amputation. She has been serving as a Principal Investigator for multiple national and international clinical research studies, and she has published her work, comprising more than 35 papers, in prestigious scientific journals. Dr. Branzan has been invited to demonstrate her expertise in multiple Live Case Transmissions at national and international vascular meetings, where she has hence been recognized with numerous national and international awards.  Furthermore, she serves as a peer-reviewer for highly ranked journals in the field of vascular disease, and she has presented her own innovative research in multiple national and international conferences.  Dr. Branzan is active in a plethora of scientific organizations including the German Society of Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine and the European Society of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Branzan is the mother of a 7-years-old daughter.


Dr.  Daniela Branzan

 

Currently serves as the head of Division of Vascular Surgery at the University Hospital Leipzig, Germany. Originally from Romania, she completed her training in vascular surgery at the University Heart Center Freiburg-Bad Krozingen, Germany and joined the Leipzig faculty in 2014. Her clinical and research work focuses on the endovascular treatment of complex aortic disease, as well as the hybrid recanalization of multilevel peripheral arterial disease in patients with critical limb ischemia to prevent amputation. She has been serving as a Principal Investigator for multiple national and international clinical research studies, and she has published her work, comprising more than 35 papers, in prestigious scientific journals. Dr. Branzan has been invited to demonstrate her expertise in multiple Live Case Transmissions at national and international vascular meetings, where she has hence been recognized with numerous national and international awards.  Furthermore, she serves as a peer-reviewer for highly ranked journals in the field of vascular disease, and she has presented her own innovative research in multiple national and international conferences.  Dr. Branzan is active in a plethora of scientific organizations including the German Society of Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine and the European Society of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Branzan is the mother of a 7-years-old daughter.

Dr.  Daniela Branzan

 

Currently serves as the head of Division of Vascular Surgery at the University Hospital Leipzig, Germany. Originally from Romania, she completed her training in vascular surgery at the University Heart Center Freiburg-Bad Krozingen, Germany and joined the Leipzig faculty in 2014. Her clinical and research work focuses on the endovascular treatment of complex aortic disease, as well as the hybrid recanalization of multilevel peripheral arterial disease in patients with critical limb ischemia to prevent amputation. She has been serving as a Principal Investigator for multiple national and international clinical research studies, and she has published her work, comprising more than 35 papers, in prestigious scientific journals. Dr. Branzan has been invited to demonstrate her expertise in multiple Live Case Transmissions at national and international vascular meetings, where she has hence been recognized with numerous national and international awards.  Furthermore, she serves as a peer-reviewer for highly ranked journals in the field of vascular disease, and she has presented her own innovative research in multiple national and international conferences.  Dr. Branzan is active in a plethora of scientific organizations including the German Society of Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine and the European Society of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Branzan is the mother of a 7-years-old daughter.