Position: Senior Consultant/ Associate Professor
Location: Stockholm, SE
Name: Artur Fedorowski
Born: 9th July, 1965, Wroclaw, Poland
Working place: Senior Consultant and Head of Syncope Unit; Dept. of Cardiology,
Karolinska University Hospital, 176 71 Stockholm (Sweden);
Academic position: Associate Professor, Dept. of Clinical Sciences, Lund University; Clinical Research Center, 214 28 Malmö (Sweden).
• 1984 - 1990 - Wrocław Medical University, Poland (MD, “Cum laude”; first class honors)
• 1995 - 1999 - Wroclaw Medical University, Poland: PhD studies; doctoral thesis (June 22, 1999): "Influence of Low - Frequency Electromagnetic Field on the Growth of Morris Hepatoma in Experimental Model in Rats" / specialist training in internal medicine and cardiology.
• 2001-2006 – Sweden specialist training in general medicine (2001-2003), internal medicine (2004-2005), and cardiology (2005-2006).
• 2007 – 2012 – Dept. of Clinical Sciences, Lund University, Malmö, Sweden; Post-Doc position.
• 2013 - Associate Professor, Lund University; Cardiovascular Medicine
• 2016 – Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
• PhD students: 7 as main supervisor; 7 as co-supervisor
• Post-doc: 2 as main supervisor.
• Specialist in cardiology, internal and general medicine
• Member of the Task Force Group of European Society of Cardiology for Syncope Guidelines (2018)
• Member of National Institute of Health (USA) Expert Group on Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (2019)
• Research areas: syncope, orthostatic hypotension, cardiac arrhythmias, cardiovascular autonomic dysfunction, hypertension, biomarkers, autoimmune cardiovascular diseases, genetics of cardiovascular disease
Peer-reviewed publications (2021-12-31): approx. 150 + 5 books/chapters.
Associate editor: Frontiers in Neuroscience/ Physiology; Emergency and Internal Medicine
Guest editor: Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine
Reviewer: approx. 60 medical journals; Lancet, BMJ, Lancet Neurology, Nature Reviews Nephrology, JACC, Circulation, European Heart Journal, Hypertension, American Journal of Physiology