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Isfahan Cardiovascular Research Institute
Following the approval of the Ministry of Health (MoH) in 1993, Isfahan Cardiovascular Research Center (ICRC) was established with the aim of performing research on cardiovascular diseases (CVD) primary, secondary prevention and health promotion. In 2003, ICRC became a World Health Organization (WHO) collaborating center for research and training in CVD prevention, management and control as well as rehabilitation of cardiac patients in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. In 2011, the center was promoted to an institute (ICRI) by the MoH.
The main fields of research in ICRI are public health, clinical and basic sciences. The institute has performed, and is currently performing, numerous large-scale community-based preventive programs, cohort studies, CVD registry, and randomized clinical trials at local or international levels. The institute offers PhD, fellowship, clinical scientist, and sabbatical research programs. The National Cardiovascular Network Secretariat is located in ICRI since its establishment in 2011.

IMPORTANT NEWS

Prof. Francesco Federico Naccarella's Visit from ICRI


On November 05, 2018, Professor Francesco Federico Naccarella (cardiologist, chairman of the Italian Cardiovascular Society and consultant of the European Health and Research Association) visited the Cardiovascular Research Institute. In this process, ...

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Congratulations to Dr. Noushin Mohammadifard


According to a report by the Iranian Scientific Information Center, two articles of the Isfahan Cardiovascular Research Institute (ICRI) were among the top 100 scientific articles of the Altometric ranking in 2017.

World Hypertension Day 2017


In World Hypertension Day 2017, The HTN Research Centre related to Isfahan Cardiovascular Research Institute of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences Iran, has measured blood pressure of 1001 individuals referring to clinics related to this research Centre.

PROVE in Isfahan Was selected as the country's successful registration record


Persian Registry of Cardiovascular Diseases Program (PROVE) in Isfahan was recognized as a successful registration Model in the Islamic Republic of Iran at the first International Congress on Illnesses and Health Outcomes, ...