Professionals

IHSA is proud to have the following clinicians working with and supporting us.

“The International Heart Spasm Alliance has an important role in the management of coronary vasospasms and microvascular angina by providing helpful information to affected patients. Moreover, their activities increase community awareness of these disabling disorders, since they are more common than currently realized.”

- Prof. John Beltrame

“I support education and research to improve the wellbeing of patients with ischaemic heart disease. Coronary spasm is under-recognised and an important cause of angina and sometimes heart attack. The International Heart Spasms Alliance is a welcome development.”

- Prof. Colin Berry

Prof. John Beltrame

  Australia

Prof. Angela Maas

  Netherlands

Prof. Roxana Mehran

  United States of America

Prof. Noel Bairey Merz

  United States of America

Prof. Martha Gulati

  United States of America

Prof. Filippo Crea

  Italy

Prof. Colin Berry

  United Kingdom

Prof. Udo P. Sechtem

  Germany

Dr. Peter Ong

  Germany

Prof. Amir Lerman

  United States of America

Prof. Javier Escaned

  Spain

Prof. Carl Pepine

  United States of America

Prof. Hiroaki Shimokawa

  Japan

Prof. Divaka Perera

  United Kingdom

Prof. Paolo Camici

  Italy

Prof. Mamas Mamas

  United Kingdom

Prof. Anthony Mathur

  United Kingdom

Prof. Roby Rakhit

  United Kingdom

Assoc. Prof. Jennifer Tremmel

  United States of America

Dr. Vijay Kunadian

  United Kingdom

Dr. Habib Samady

  United States of America

Assist. Prof. Purvi Parwani

  United States of America

Dr. Tom Ford

  Australia

Assoc. Prof. Kuljit Singh

  Australia

Dr. Tharshy Pasupathy

  Australia

Dr. Rosanna Tavella

  Australia

Dr. Aish Sinha

  United Kingdom

A complete list of all the healthcare professionals which are working with and supporting IHSA is available by visiting this link.

Resources and Research

This section contains research articles and links to further relevant information about Non-Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease (NOCAD) and heart disease. All articles are published with the permission of the authors and are free access articles.

If you are a researcher and would like to have your research published on the IHSA website, get in touch with us today to find out how.

Ongoing Research

Find out more information about clinical research trials taking place in different parts of the world by visiting the following research registers.

Have you written or published information regarding your clinical study about NOCAD and would like to share your work with us to possibly have it featured on our website someday, in the near future? Contact us today to find out how!

Webinars

New webinars series regarding myocardial ischaemia without obstructive coronary disease are now available on the IHSA website. These webinars are presented by healthcare professionals while discussing together many complex issues to teach and educate others on INOCA.

Many of these webinars are presented by some of the IHSA supporters. Watch these webinars to learn more about INOCA.

Get Informed

Learn all about the symptoms, causes and triggers of these heart conditions.

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