1989-1995 Vilnius University, the Faculty of Medicine, medicine.
1995-1997 Vilnius University, the Faculty of Medicine, pediatrics.
1998-1999 Vilnius University, Internal Medicine residency.
1999-2001 Vilnius University, Cardiology residency.
2001-2001 Vilnius University, Interventional Cardiology.
2001-2002 Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, Master of Medical Imaging.
2003 Vilnius University, Biomedicine, Doctor of Medical Science.
1999-2000 doctor therapist at Vilnius University Hospital, Emergency department.
1999-2001 physician’s assistant at Vilnius University Hospital, Intensive Cardiology Department.
2001-2005 interventional cardiologist at Vilnius University Hospital, Department of Arrhythmia and X-ray surgery.
2002-2003 cardiologist at Vilnius University Hospital.
2005-2007 cardiologist – consultant at Altnagelvin Area Hospital (Londonderry, United Kingdom)
Since 2011 interventional cardiologist at JSC “Kardiolita”.
2016-2018 cardiologist – consultant at Glan Clwyd Hospital (Bodelwyddan, United Kingdom)
Now cardiologist, head at Department of Arrhythmia and X-ray surgery in Vilnius University Hospital Santaros Klinikos.
Now cardiologist at Molėtai Hospital.
2003-2004 Internship at Cardiovascular Center, Aalst City Hospital, Belgium.
2010-2011 Master in Interventional Cardiology 2nd degree, internship at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy, under the guidance of doctor A. Colombo.
Prof. M.D. Ph. D. Giedrius Davidavičius. Cardiologist – interventional cardiologist at Invasive Cardiology and X-ray Surgery department. Proffesor at Vilnius University Cardiovascular Department. He had internship in Belgium.
List of published scientific publications:
- Fusion of real-time 30 transesophageal echocardiography and cardiac fluoroscopy imaging in transapital cather-based mitral paravalvurar leak closure. Zorinas A, Janusauskas V, Davidavicius G, Puodziukaite L, Zakarkaite D, Kranena R, Cypiene R, Bilkis V, Rucinskas K, Aidietis A, Onorato EM. Postepy Kardiol Inteiwencyjnej. 2017;13(3):263-268. doj: 10.5114/aic.2017.70200. Epub 20 17-09-25.
- FFR result post PCI is suboptimal in long diffuse coronary artery disease. Baranauskas A, Kibarskis A, Shannon J, Abraitis V, Bajoras V, Bilkis V, Aidietis A, Laucevicius A, Davidavicius G. EuroIntervention. 2016-12-20; 12(12): 1473-1480. doi: 10.4244/EIJ-D-15-00514. PMID:27998839.