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Johannes Mair

Johannes Mair MD

Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine III – Cardiology and Angiology, Innsbruck Medical University, Innsbruck, Austria

Johannes Mair is a specialist Cardiology, Intensive Care Medicine, Internal Medicine as well as Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine. He is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine at the Innsbruck Medical University, Austria. His main research interests were in the fields of the development, evaluation, and introduction of new markers for the diagnosis of myocardial injury and heart failure, and the adaptation of skeletal muscle to exercise. This led to more than 200 publications in leading international journals and publication of one book and several book chapters. He was awarded scientific prizes of the Austrian Society of Sports Medicine in 1992 and of the Austrian Society of Clinical Chemistry in 1997.

Currently he is chair of the working group "Congenital and Valvular Heart Disease in Adults" of the Austrian Society of Cardiology. Johannes Mair was a founding member of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) Committee on the Standardization of Markers of Cardiac Damage (C-SMCD). He is also founding member of the Study Group on Cardiac Biomarkers of the European Society of Cardiology Association of  Acute Cardiovascular Care.