Members of the FIMS Bureau

 

The FIMS Bureau is composed of the FIMS President, the FIMS Secretary General and the FIMS Treasurer. Depending on where the meeting takes place, the Vice-President of the respective Continental Sports Medicine Association joins this team.


President 

Prof. Fabio Pigozzi, MD, ITALY
Office: University of Rome "Foro Italico", Piazza Lauro de Bosis, 15, 00135, Rome, ITALY
Tel.: +39 06 36733 569/296
Fax: +39 06 3613065
Email: president@fims.org

Secretary General

Prof. Norbert Bachl, MD, AUSTRIA
Office: Institute of Sports Science, Department of Sports and Exercise Physiology, University of Vienna, Auf der Schmelz 6A, 1150 Vienna, AUSTRIA
Tel.: +431 4277 48870
Fax: +431 4277 48879
Email: norbert.bachl@univie.ac.at

Treasurer

Prof. Jose Kawazoe Lazzoli, MD, BRAZIL
Office: Clinica Cor Diagnose, Rua Dr. Alencar Lima, 20, 225620-050, Petropolis, RJ, BRAZIL. Cardiology Division, Hospital Santa Teresa, Rua Paulino AAfonso, 477, 225620-050, Petropolis, RJ, BRAZIL.
Tel.: +55 24 2231 8958 Fax: +55 24 2246 5134
Email: jkl@uninet.com.br

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