Founding Nucleus of ISHNE.
This is a huge loss for our community and all the relatives who knew Shlomo. A brilliant scholar, editor, lecturer and a man with a great sense of humor. He was wise and simple. For many years he was co-editor of ANE and I think it would be wise to remember himestablish a prize or scholarship associated with the journal (for the best article of the year or something like that). My deepest condolences to all the relatives and Nurit. We also lost a loved one. Leonid
prof. dr. Leonid Makarov M.D., Ph.D.
Please accept my deepest condolences
What a man, what a life! He will be missed
Dear Professor Ryszard Piotrowicz
In this morning, I waked up after a bad dream, but I couldn't imagine that I will receive such a sad news.
In this sad moments for our iSHNE family, we need to not forget his words, his ideas and mostly his optimisms regarding friendship and ISHNE.
Below are my words that I have write in this morning....
The sad news of the passing away of Professor Shlomo Stern, overwhelmed me deeply.
I have to express my deep sadness and pain, now in times of separation from this great man.
His words, his projects and not least his vision will always remain in my heart.
My colleagues and I have lost a dear teacher, but will always remain with us.
Sincere condolences to the family.
God rest his soul.
I express my deep sobaleznovanie.
Thank you for sharing this sad news. Shlomo did a tremendous amount for the field and for our Society.
Please include my name when you extend sympathies to his family.
Dr. Richard L. Verrier, F.A.C.C.
Professor Shlomo Stern indeed was a wise man, a teacher and mentor to many of us at ISHNE.
He will be greatly missed.
It is feel sad, when take leave with such
Individual and Scientist....
Twenty years ago, when I was just a starter in Cardiology training, Prof. John Gialafos introduced me to the pioneer of Holter monitoring, his good friend Prof. Shlomo Stern. All these twenty years, I have realized myself how valuable Prof. Stern was for the medical community, his patients and the ISHNE family. As a last memory of this warm and sincere teacher, I will keep his willingness to share his thoughts and scientific observations with all of us, even during our wait for departure from Timisoara airport to our countries, last June.
Please accept my deepest condolences.
Polychronis Dilaveris, MD, FESC
I am deeply saddened by the loss of our dear friend and leader, Shlomo. He lived a full life, and hopefully this will ease his family’s pain.
Many of us have been through this with our beloved father or mothers, and I want to let his family knows that the loss of Shlomo’s family is shared. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.
From a personal point of view, I remember very well the first time I met Shlomo in 1977, he offered me his book Ambulatory ECG Monitoring dedicated to his wife Nurit and his daughter Yael. I enjoyed so much her daughter’s name that my oldest daughter received her name.
Find below a brief summary of his career, that I presented at the time I offered him the Senior Investigator Award in Yokohama, Japan, in 2009
ISHNE – Del Mar
Senior Investigator Award
Shlomo Stern, MD
Tel Aviv, Israel
Was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1928 and immigrated to Israel in 1949.
Associate Professor, 1978; Professor Emeritus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem 1996.
Founder and first President – International Society for Holter and Noninvasive Electrocardiology (ISHNE) 1988-92, Vice-President, Asian-Pacific Society of Cardiology 1995/96 and President of the Israel Heart Society 1995-97. Dr. Stern was Fellow of American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, New York Academy of Sciences, European Society of Cardiology.
He published 250 publications in Circulation, Circulation Research, American Journal of Physiology, American Heart Journal, Journal of Physiology, and European Heart Journal
Board Member of the European Journal of Clinical Investigation, Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, American Journal of Cardiology, British Heart Journal. Published 3 books: Ambulatory ECG Monitoring, Noninvasive Electrocardiology and Silent Myocardial Ischemi.
Editor-in Chief – Journal of Ambulatory Monitoring ; Co-Editor-in-Chief Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology and Section Editor Cardiology Journal