Cardiovascular Medicine News

ASE 2024 CAVUS Luminary Award Recipient

Hats off to to Dr. Eberhardt for being selected as ASE’s 2024 CAVUS Luminary Award recipient. The announcement will be made at the 35th Annual Scientific Sessions on June 15th, 2024, at the Oregon Convention Center.

Boston Magazine 2024 Top Doctors List

Congratulations to the all the Cardiologists of the section who made Boston Magazine's 2024 Top Doctors List! EP:                                                                   ... More

Round of Applause for Omar Siddiqi, MD.

Omar Siddiqi, MD. is the recipient of the 2023 BMC Graduate Medical Education Program Leadership Award.  "This award is intended to acknowledge a residency or fellowship Program Director whose leadership, creativity, and innovation has enhanced graduate medical education at Boston Medical Center.”  

Cardiology Grand Rounds Return: January 3rd, 2024

Time: Noon Location: Hybrid Topic: "Tricuspid Regurgitation" Speaker: Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Chief Scientific Officer of the Echo Core Lab at the Cardiovascular Research Foundation and Director of Interventional Echocardiography at the Columbia Structural Heart & Valve Center. New York, NY  

Congratulations Matthew Nayor, MD.

Matthew Nayor, MD was promoted to Associate Professor of Medicine. Dr. Nayor is a clinical-translational investigator, and heart failure cardiologist. Dr. Nayor is dedicated to Cardiovascular research, and mentorship.  The section is proud to announce his well-deserved promotion.

Congratulations Frederick Ruberg, MD.

The section of Cardiology is happy to announce the promotion of Frederick Ruberg, MD. to Professor of Medicine. Dr. Ruberg serves as the Associate Chief for Academic Affairs, as well as Director, Advanced Cardiac Imaging. Dr. Ruberg's research expertise is well-respected amongst the Cardiovascular community, and throughout the BMC/BU campus. He's... More

Congratulations Monica Ahluwalia, MD for receiving the CTSI Pilot Award

Details:  Understanding Racial Disparities, Genetic Risk and Phenotypes in Patients with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy using Machine Learning Algorithms The current research interests include studying the interplay between genetics, race, social determinants of health and outcomes in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy followed at Boston Medical Center, the largest safety net hospital in New England. More

April 2023 STARDoM Award Winner: Kelsey Norman, PharmD, BPPC, BCPS

Congratulations, and a round of applause to Kelsey Norman, PharmD, BPPC, BCPS winner of the April 2023  STARDoM Award!! The “STARDoM” program, sponsored by the Boston University Department of Medicine, seeks to recognize outstanding non-physician employees who work in all areas, including administration, clinical care and research.