At the heart

Portrait Osranek.jpgDr. med. univ. Martin Osranek, MSc (Mayo Clinic)

Married, one daughter.

Professional experience

Kardio Glattal established 2016

2015 - 2016 Consultant in Cardiology, RehaClinic, Bad Zurzach
2014 - 2015 Cardiologist in private practice, Praxis Piccoli, Zwingen
2014 Sabbatical in congenital heart disease with Prof. Jamil Tajik, Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, Wisconsin, USA
2012 - 2013 Consultant in Cardiology, Inselspital Bern
2010 - 2012 Fellow in Cardiology, Universitätsspital Zürich
2007 - 2009 Resident in Internal Medicine, New York University, New York, USA
2007 Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Minnesota, USA
2003 - 2007 Research Associate in Cardiology, Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA
2003 - 2005 Master of Science in Clinical Research (MSc), Mayo Clinic, Minnesota, USA
1995 - 2002 Medical School (Dr. med. univ.), University of Vienna, Austria


Board certification

2014 Cardiology (Switzerland)


German, English, French, Spanish


Swiss Society of Cardiology (SGK)
Zurich Society of Cardiology (ZGK)
Doctor's society Zürich (AGZ)
Swiss Doctor's society (FMH)
Mayo Clinic Alumni Association 

Scientific reviewer for the following journals:

Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Journal of the American College of Cardiology:Imaging, European Heart Journal, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Journal of Clinical Ultrasound, Archives of Medical Research. 

Grants and Awards

2006 Mayo Clinic Institutional Clinical Research Award
2005 American Heart Association Post-doctoral Fellowship (2 years)
2005 Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Research Unit Grant
2005 Mayo Clinic Award for Research in Cardiology
2003 Postdoctoral Schrödinger Stipend of the Austrian Science Fund (2 Jahre)
2003  Postdoctoral fellowship of the Austrian Ministry of Science and Education
2002 Hans and Blanca Moser Foundation International Visit Stipend



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Genetic testing:

Portrait Medeiros.jpgDr. med. Dr. phil. Argelia Medeiros Domingo

Married, one daughter.


Professional experience

since   2018      Medical Director at SwissDNAlysis

2013 - 2018      Attending in Electrophysiology and Cardiac Genetics, Inselspital Bern

2011 - 2012      Research Associate in Cardiology, Universitätsspital Zürich

2010 - 2012      Fellow in Cardiology, Klinik im Park Zürich (Prof. Attenhofer)

2005 - 2010      PhD Fellow, Sudden Cardiac Death Genomic Laboratory, Mayo Clinic, USA (Prof. Ackerman)

2002 - 2004      Consultant in Cardiology, PEMEX Hospital, Mexico

2001 - 2002      Research Fellow in Electrophysiology, Academic Hospital Maastricht, Netherlands

2000 - 2001      Fellow in Electrophysiology, National Institute for Kardiologie, Mexiko


Board Certification

2000 Cardiology (Mexico)



German, English, Spanish, Portugese



Associate Member of the Swiss Society of Medical Genetics

EHRA (European Heart Rhythm Society)

Mayo Clinic Alumni Association

Mexican Society of Cardiology

SIBIC International


Scientific reviewer for the following journals:

Circulation, European Heart Journal, Europace, Biomedical Central Journal, Future Medicine, Heart Journal, Heart Rhythm, International Journal of Cardiology, Journal of Clinical Research.


Grants and Awards

2016     Swiss Heart Foundation: Genetic determinant of non-ischemic aborted sudden cardiac death in                               Switzerland

2011     University Hospital Zürich Matching Funds: Grant to study the genetic mechanisms involved in ARVC.

2010     National System of Researchers, Mexico: Research grant to develop a Molecular Autopsy genetic test

2008     “Alfonso Caso” Medal for the best doctoral thesis at the National University of Mexico (UNAM)

2008     National System of Researchers, Mexiko: International Fellowship Grant

2007     Honors for the doctoral Thesis entitled: “Molecular Characterization of Mexican Families with Long QT                      Syndrome and high risk of sudden death”.

2004     National Counseling of Research and Technology, Mexico: PhD grant

2001     Mexican Society of Cardiology: International Fellowship grant

1995     Medical School. Academic Award for excellence.



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Medical nurse assistant:
Portrait Kalenica.JPG

Emire Kalenica

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