Current webinars

Webinar of the Charité Berlin with support of the DZHK


Clinical Trials Masterclass

Authors and Principal Investigators report in the Clinical Trials Masterclass on how they conducted their study: What was decisive in the choice of study design and endpoints? What was their most important learning? 

14 October 2021, 5-5:45 pm | Prof. Faiez Zannad, Nancy (France) | live and on demand on YouTube
Maximising scientific knowledge production from clinical trials
heart failure, coronary artery disease, electrophysiology

About Faiez Zannad:
Faiez Zannad is a heart failure specialist. He has also made significant contributions to biomarker research. He currently leads two EU-funded programmes: www.homage-hf.eu and www.fibrotargets.eu. He was Principal Investigator (PI) of the first outcome trial of a Non-VKA-dependant oral anticoagulants (NOACs) in heart failure (COMMANDER-HF trial) and Co-PI of the first outcome trial of glucose-lowering SGLT2 inhibitors (EMPEROR-Reduced trial) in heart failure. Zannad is the founder of the Global CardioVascular Clinical Trialists Forum (CVCT) .


The masterclass is organised by Young DZHK members from Berlin together with colleagues from the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford.

Save the date:

21. October 2021, 5 pm | Prof. John Cleland, UK
04. November 2021, 5 pm | Prof. John McMurray, UK

Each webinar lasts 45 minutes and will be livestreamed on YouTube. Further dates will follow.

ESC guidelines in a nutshell

Four new guidelines were presented at the Congress of the European Society for Cardiology (ESC) at the end of August. We discuss them with experts:

23 September 2021, 5 pm | Valvular Diseases | Dr. Tobias Trippel
06 October 2021, 5 pm | Cardiovascular Prevention | Prof. Frank Edelmann
27 October 2021, 5 pm | Heart Failure | Prof. Frank Heinzel
10 November 2021, 5 pm | Cardiac Pacing | PD Dr. Florian Blaschke

Each webinar lasts 45 minutes and will be livestreamed on YouTube.


With the support of the DZHK, the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin offers online training courses via livestream for cardiology residents.

At irregular intervals, Djawid Hashemi, assistant physician at the Medical Clinic with a focus on cardiology at Charité Berlin and member of the Young-DZHK, invites physicians and scientists to the Livetalk.

It is about exciting topics around the coronavirus and everyday cardiological questions.