CSANZ 2021

Anneline te Riele

Netherlands Heart Institute and University Medical Center (UMC), The Netherlands

Anneline te Riele, MD, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Netherlands Heart Institute and University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht, the Netherlands. She completed her MD training at the UMC Utrecht and subsequently obtained her PhD with honours at UMC Utrecht and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Her research group focuses on risk stratification in inherited cardiomyopathies in general, with a particular interest in arrhythmogenic (right ventricular) cardiomyopathy. She co-leads the Netherlands ARVC registry (www.acmregistry.nl) which is one of the largest ARVC registries worldwide. Among other things, she recently led a multicenter international research effort which resulted in the “ARVC risk calculator” and is part of several consensus and guideline committees on diagnosis and risk stratification of this disease. In addition, she is knowledgeable about imaging techniques (CMR, echocardiography) in cardiomyopathies. Dr Te Riele is a keen advocate for young scientists in cardiovascular medicine, and serves as a member of the JAHA early career editorial board and is a board member of the Dutch Young@Heart organization.

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