Dr. Briongos was born in 1982 in Aranda de Duero, Spain. Medicine Degree was obtained with the best qualification of his promotion and then he started his training in Cardiology in Ramón y Cajal Hospital (Madrid), which is one of the top centres all over the country. His interest was focused on the management of severe ill patients in the Acute Coronary Unit and then he also acquired skills on cardiac devices such Pacemaker, Defibrillation and Resynchronization therapy. He also received a 2-month fellowship at the Atherothrombosis Research Unit in Mount Sinai Hospital, NY. Nowadays working as a member of the Pace Unit at Infanta Leonor Hospital in Madrid. Highly interested in investigation, he is the author of more than 20 scientific papers in peer review journals in the field of pulmonary embolism, mortality after acute coronary syndrome, predictors of pulmonary hypertension after mitral replacement; and nowadays he is focused on sudden death, defibrillation and resynchronization therapy. Dr. Briongos has participated in a series of national and international congresses in the field of Cardiology. He also serves as a Reviewer and as an Editorial Board Member in several medical journals.