Our research involves both prospective and retrospective investigation of various medical stabilization and interventional revascularization approaches in the treatment of acute coronary syndromes, with special emphasis on the interaction of diabetes mellitus on outcome.
In addition, along with the Center for Coronary Physiology and Imaging, we are actively involved in the prospective assessment of novel methods of revascularization and symptom control in patients with chronic ischemic coronary disease. Recent initiatives have included mechanistic evaluation of these modalities and their effect on cardiac and vascular physiology in the intact human.
Finally, in association with the Mayo Alliance for Clinical Trials (Mayo ACT), we are involved in clinical trial design and conduct, particularly in relation to patient safety issues and clinical events reporting and adjudication.
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- Cardiovascular Diseases
- Assistant Professor of Medicine
- Fellow - Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology Duke University
- Resident - Department of Medicine Duke University Medical Center, Duke University
- Resident - Assistant Chief Resident VA Medical Center
- Resident - Visiting Resident Muhimbili Medical Center, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
- Internship - Department of Medicine Duke University Medical Center, Duke University
- MD University of Minnesota Medical School
- Externship - Cardiology Duke University Medical Center, Duke University
- BA - Chemistry St. Olaf College