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Beth L. Abramson, MD, MSc, FPRCP, FACC

Beth Abramson is associate professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto. She is director of the Cardiac Prevention and Rehabilitation Centre and Women’s Cardiovascular Health in the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital.  Read more.

Dr. Abramson graduated from the University of Toronto medical school.  She trained in internal medicial in Toronto and completed a clinical cardiology fellowship at the Ottawa Heart Institute.  She also completed a research fellowhip, during which  she focused on evaluating issues related to women and heart disease and the role of the female sex hormones on the cardiovascular system. She has training in clinical epidemiology and a Masters of Health Administration from the University of Toronto. She holds fellowships in Internal Medicine from the American College of Physicians and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in both Internal Medicine and Cardiology and is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.

She is actively involved in writing guidelines to educate physicians on preventive cardiology issues.  She was a primary member of the 2000 CCS Consensus Conference on Women and Ischemic Heart Disease. In 2005 she co-chaired Canadian Cardiovascular Consensus Conference on Peripheral Arterial Disease.  She is involved in writing national guidelines on menopause and cardiovascular disease in collaboration with the SGOC, published in 2009, and has written an update for 2013.

She has been a member of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada’s Health Policy and Promotion Committee (HPPAC).  She was a founding member of the Heart Truth Leadership Council, which led an awareness campaign for women and heart disease at the national level. She has an interest in gender equity.  In 2010, she took a leadership role in the POWER Study addressing quality care in women.  Dr. Abramson’s activities also include membership on the Admissions Committee for the University of Toronto School of Medicine. 

She spends much time educating the public on heart health and is a national spokesperson for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. 

Her book, Heart Health for Canadians, was published in Feb. 2013 to help people prevent and understand the issues related to heart disease.

Key research interests:

  • Prevention of coronary disease in both sexes – both primary and secondary
  • Evaluation of women’s cardiac health needs
  • The role of female sex hormones in the cardiovascular system
  • Gender Equity in Health Care
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Kamran Ahmad, MD, FRCPC

Dr. Ahmad obtained his medical degree from the University of Toronto. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton and his cardiology residency at Queen’s University in Kingston. Read more.

His training in cardiac electrophysiology was at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto and Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, BC.

Clinical focus is care of patients with heart rhythm disorders as well as general cardiology. Dr. Ahmad’s current interests also include Continuous Quality Improvement to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes as well as postgraduate medical education.

Abdul Al-Hesayen, MD, FRCPC

Dr. Al-Hesayen was recruited to St. Michael’s Hospital in July 2005 as a clinician-investigator in Heart Failure and is an assistant professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto.  Read more.

He has expertise in complex hemodynamic assessment for valvular heart disease and cardiomyopathy. Beyond coronary angiography, the main focus of his catheterization laboratory activities are renal denervation for resistant hypertension, and assessment for candidacy to MitraClip therapy for severe mitral regurgitation.   

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Paul Angaran, MD, FRCPC

Dr. Paul Angaran is a member of the Cardiac Arrhythmia Service at St. Michael’s Hospital. He completed medical school, Internal Medicine and Cardiology residency at the University of Toronto. Read more

He then completed an Electrophysiology Fellowship at the University of Western Ontario. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in Clinical Epidemiology at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. He joined the Arrhythmia Service at St. Michael’s Hospital in 2012 with a clinical and research interest in complex ablation, including atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia, and cardiac resynchronization therapy.

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Akshay Bagai MD, MHS, FRCPC

Dr. Akshay Bagai is a practicing interventional cardiologist at St. Michael's Hospital and an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Toronto. Read more

Dr. Bagai received his MD and trained in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the University of Toronto. He completed his training in Interventional Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital and graduated from the Clinical Research Training Program obtaining a master's degree in Health Sciences from Duke University. He returned to Toronto and joined the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital in Aug. 2013. His clinical and research interests are closely aligned and include systems of care for acute coronary syndrome and out-of hospital cardiac arrest, adjunctive therapy in coronary syndromes and percutaneous coronary intervention, and revascularization strategies in acute and stable coronary disease.

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Christopher Buller MD, FRCPC

Dr. Christopher Buller is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music Performance Program, and of the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Medicine (cum laude). Read more.

He trained in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at both the University of Toronto and University of British Columbia. In 1987 he was awarded both Heart & Stroke Foundation and BC Health Research scholarships to train in interventional cardiology and clinical research at Duke University. In 1991 he joined the faculty of the University of British Columbia as a member of the Division of Cardiology at Vancouver General Hospital. In 2004 Dr. Buller was awarded the Sauder Family Heart & Stroke Foundation Chair in Cardiology and was appointed Head of the UBC Division of Cardiology at both Vancouver General and St. Paul’s hospitals.

His research and clinical interests are closely aligned and include chronic occlusive coronary disease, acute myocardial infarction, and fibromuscular dysplasia. Amongst several national and international roles, he has served as a member of the task force overseeing American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association Practice Guidelines and chaired the steering committee for the CCS cardiovascular data definitions project, a Canada-wide initiative to standardize cardiovascular registry data. He remains engaged as a leader in contemporary clinical trials.

In 2011, Dr. Buller returned to his roots in Toronto, accepting the position of Director of Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention at St. Michael’s Hospital and appointment as Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto.

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Asim Cheema, MD, FRCP(C)

Asim N. Cheema is an interventional cardiologist at St. Michael's Hospital. He graduated from Nishtar Medical College in Pakistan, received a PhD in Medical Sciences from the University of Toronto and a Master in Health Care Management from the Harvard School of Public Health. Read more.

He is a diplomat of the American Board in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Interventional Cardiology, and holds specialty certifications in Internal Medicine and Cardiology from the Royal College of Physicians of Canada. His clinical practice is concentrated on interventions for complex coronary, valvular and structural heart disease including mitral and aortic valvuloplasty, atrial septal defect/PFO closure and percutaneous valve implantations. He is an associate professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, adjunct professor of Mechanical and Robotic Engineering at Ryerson University and is the director of the Interventional Cardiology fellowship program at St. Michael’s Hospital. His main focus of research is adjunctive pharmacology, transradial PCI, transcatheter aortic valve replacement and development of robotic systems for cardiac intervention. He is not accepting Keenan Research summer students.

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Robert Chisholm, MD, FRCPC

Appointments:
University of Toronto Associate Professor
St. Michael's Hospital
Medical Director Cardiology Clinical Teaching Unit Read more.

1970 - Medical Degree: University of Toronto
1970-1974 - Internal Medicine Training: University of Toronto
1974-1975 - Cardiology Fellowship: St. Michael's Hospital
1975-1976 - Cardiology Fellowship: Harvard Medical School

Languages spoken: English

Special interests: Complex coronary interventions, mitral valvuloplasty, new percutaneous interventional approaches to valvular heart disease

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Chi-Ming Chow MD, CM, MSc, FRPCP, FACC, FASE

Dr. Chi-Ming Chow is an attending staff cardiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital. He is an associate professor in the Department of Medicine, University of Toronto. Read more.

He has an undergraduate degree in computer science from Brown University, USA. He completed his Doctor of Medicine (1990) at McGill University (Montréal, Québec) and a Masters of Science in Epidemiology at McGill University (1997). He completed his training in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Cardiology at McGill University. He then pursued his clinical and research echocardiography fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University before joining the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital in 2001.

Clinically, he specializes in non-invasive cardiac imaging, in particular echocardiography and stress echocardiography. He is the director of the Echocardiography Laboratory at St. Michael's Hospital. Currently, he is the president of the Canadian Society of Echo (CSE) and the president of the Chinese Canadian Medical Society (CCMS). He also speaks Cantonese and Mandarin fluently. He currently takes care of many GTA Chinese speaking patients in his practice.

His academic interests include medical informatics and he has authored many popular medical education software programs (e.g. CardioMath, ECG Made Simple, iCCS for the Canadian Cardiovascular Society, iASE Guidelines App for the American Society of Echocardiography, CDA Clinical Practice Guidelines, iSVU Guidelines for the Society for Vascular Ultrasound, and Choosing Wisely Canada). These medical software programs are being used by health care professionals and students worldwide. His other current areas of research include ethnic differences in cardiovascular disease, investigating new technologies in non-invasive imaging and using medical informatics to improve patient care.

He had won multiple local and national teaching awards to recognize his teaching and innovation in medical education. Some of his awards include the CCS Distinguished Teacher Award in 2015, the Ruedy Award for Innovation in Medical Education presented by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada and the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine and the 2009 William Goldie Prize for Innovation by the Department of Medicine, University of Toronto.

He has authored multiple peer-reviewed journals and presented in local, national and international scientific meetings.

He is a media spokesperson for the Heart and Stroke Foundation; and the vice-president of the Chinese Canadian Council, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. He participates actively in health promotion and research among ethnic Chinese. To recognize his service to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario, he won the Award for Volunteer Excellence in 2007 and the Rick Gallop Award for Pioneering Leadership in 2008.

In 2010, he was awarded the ACCE Best Community Service Award, and in 2012 he was awarded the Chinese Canadian Legend Award by the Asian Business Network Association in recognition of his service to the community.

Languages: English, Cantonese and Mandarin

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Kim Connelly, MBBS, PhD, FRCPC

Dr. Kim Connelly is a cardiologist and scientist at St. Michael's Hospital and Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre at the University of Toronto. Read more.

He has an interest in diabetes, heart failure and general cardiology. He is a non-invasive cardiologist who studies how the heart contracts using ultrasound (echocardiography) and MRI (cardiac MRI). Dr Connelly was trained at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where he did both cardiology training and a PhD.

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Paul Dorian MD, FRCPC, FHRS

Dr. Paul Dorian is the department director, Division of Cardiology, University of Toronto and staff cardiac electrophysiologist at St. Michael's Hospital. Read more.

He is professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology and in the Division of Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Toronto, and a staff scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute.

Dr. Dorian received his medical degree from McGill University in Montreal in 1976. He continued training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the University of Toronto, and received certification by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Internal Medicine in 1983 and certification in Cardiology in 1984. He completed training in Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Toronto in 1982, and received an MSc in Pharmacology from the University of Toronto in 1982. From 1983 to 1985, he completed a fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology at Stanford University Medical Centre in California.

His research interests include basic science research in advanced cardiac life support, and atrial fibrillation, the clinical pharmacology of antiarrhythmic drugs, and clinical research on implanted devices, antiarrhythmic drugs, and quality of life in patients with arrhythmias.

He is a co-principal investigator on the NIH funded Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium, and chair of the arrhythmia section of the CaNNECTIN Canadian cardiovascular clinical trials collaborative , and serves on the steering committee of several multicenter clinical trials in arrhythmia care.

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Jeremy Edwards BASc, MD,FRCPC

Dr. Jeremy Edwards joined the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto in 2011 as an echocardiographer and clinician-teacher. Read more

He completed undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering and medicine at the University of Toronto. His post-graduate training in internal medicine, cardiology and echocardiography were completed at the University of Toronto. He is currently a master's of health professions candidate at the University of Illinois, Chicago.

Dr. Edwards’ clinical interests include valvular heart disease, echocardiography guided procedural guidance and general cardiology.

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Neil P. Fam, MD MSc FRCPC

Neil Fam joined St. Michael's Hospital as an interventional cardiologist in 2007. He is director of the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. Read more

He is a clinician-teacher in the Division of Cardiology and is the Director of the University of Toronto Interventional Cardiology Fellows Course. Dr. Fam obtained his medical degree from the University of Toronto in 2000 and completed residency training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at University of Toronto in 2006. He subsequently completed a clinical fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at St. Michael's Hospital.

Dr. Fam’s clinical interests include primary PCI for STEMI, and he is a member of the University of Toronto Heart Attack Collaborative, which is focused on the city-wide delivery of 24-7 primary PCI. He is also interested in the role of simulation in medical education, with an emphasis on coronary angiography and intervention.

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David Fitchett MD, FRCPC

Dr. David Fitchett graduated from Cambridge University in the UK in 1970, and continued his clinical training at The Middlesex Hospital Medical School, London. Read more

His cardiology training was at The Brompton and Hammersmith Hospitals where he completed his MD thesis in Clinical and Experimental Studies of Heart Muscle Disorders. In 1978 he came to The Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal where he was director of the CCU for more than 10 years, and medical director of the cardiac transplant program.
                            
He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology and of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada.

In 1997 he came to St Michael’s Hospital as director of the Cardiac ICU.

Dr. Fitchett has over 190 reviewed publications, abstracts, and book chapters His research interests are clinical trials in acute coronary syndromes, and the impact of diabetes and metabolic syndrome on heart disease.

Currently, Dr. Fitchett is an associate professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto and a staff cardiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital.

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Shaun Goodman MD, MSc, FRCPC, FACC, FESC, FAHA

Dr. Shaun Goodman is a staff cardiologist and associate head in the Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, at St. Michael’s Hospital. Read more

He is a consultant to the Canadian Heart Research Centre.  He is a professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto.  He is an adjunct professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Alberta and a Faculty Member of the Canadian VIGOUR Centre (CVC).  He completed his doctor of medicine (1987) at McMaster University and a master's of science in Clinical Epidemiology in the Faculty of Medicine and Graduate Department of Community Health at the University of Toronto (1998).  He completed his training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the University of Toronto.  He pursued a three-year Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada-funded research fellowship before joining the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital in 1995.

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Anthony Graham CM, MD, FACC, FRCPC

Dr. Graham graduated in medicine from Queen’s University and did post-graduate training in Internal Medicine at McGill University and in Cardiology at Stanford University in California. Read more

He was chief of the Cardiology Division at the Wellesley Central Hospital prior to coming to St. Michael’s Hospital in 1998. He is currently the medical director of the Robert McRae Heart Health Unit at St. Michael’s and is a clinical cardiologist with interest in cardiac rehabilitation and quality improvement. He has a particular interest in developing systems to ensure highest value patient-centred and team-based ambulatory care. Dr. Graham is also a professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

He also is the medical director of Philanthropy for the St. Michael’s Hospital Foundation. He has been a longstanding leadership volunteer with the Heart and Stroke Foundation. He received the Order of Canada for his work with the Heart and Stroke Foundation and particularly for developing pre-hospital cardiac care services including CPR training for the public in Canada.

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John J. Graham MBChB MRCP(UK)

Dr. John Graham joined St. Michael's Hospital as an Interventional Cardiologist in 2008. He is a clinician investigator in the Division of Cardiology. Read more

Dr. Graham obtained his medical degree (graduating with Commendation) from the University Of Glasgow, Scotland in 1995 and completed postgraduate training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at Royal Brompton, St. Bartholomew’s and London Chest Hospitals in London, England. In 2005, he undertook a combined research/clinical fellowship in coronary intervention and cardiac MRI at the University of Toronto/Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.

Dr. Graham’s clinical interests include radial access PCI, primary PCI for STEMI and novel anti-platelet treatment strategies.  His research interests are in the field of cardiac MRI particularly in the assessment of outcome following acute coronary syndromes and percutaneous coronary intervention.

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Victoria Korley, MD, CM

Dr. Victoria Korley graduated from McGill Medical School and completed her three year internal medicine residency at the Royal Victoria Hospital at McGill University. Read more

She then pursued her cardiology and electrophysiology clinical and research fellowships at Harvard University in Boston. Upon completion, she joined the staff of St. Michael’s Hospital, University of Toronto, as an electrophysiologist in 2001.

Over the years, her academic focus has been teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She has developed and continues to administer the cardiology medical curriculum for the second year medical students at the University of Toronto. In addition, she is the director of the cardiology residency program at St. Michael’s Hospital and has been an examiner at the local and national levels. She previously held the role of director of the Electrophysiology Fellowship Program for several years.

Her clinical interests include all aspects of patient care related to arrhythmias including ablation. Clinically, she has a particular expertise in complex implantations of resynchronizations devices for congestive heart failure.

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Michael Kutryk, MD, PhD, FRCPC

Appointments:
St. Michael's Hospital staff cardiologist
University of Toronto clinician scientist Read more

1981 bachelor of science, First Class Honors (Chemistry and Microbiology): University of Manitoba
1990 master's ofsScience (Cardiovascular Physiology): University of Manitoba
1991 PhD (Cardiovascular Physiology): University of Manitoba
1990-1993 Internal Medicine training: McGill University
1995-1999 Post-doctoral fellowship, Department of Cell Biology: Erasmus University, Netherlands
1993-1995 Cardiology Training: McGill University
1995-1999 Interventional Training: University Hospital, Dijkzigt, Netherlands

Languages spoken: English, French, Ukranian and Dutch

Special interests: myocardial angiogenesis, prevention of restenosis, intracoronary stent design, clinical gene therapy

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Howard Leong-Poi MD, FRCPC, FASE

Dr. Howard Leong-Poi is an attending staff cardiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital. He is an associate professor in the Department of Medicine, University of Toronto. Read more

He completed his doctor of medicine (1992) and specialty training in Internal Medicine and Cardiology at The University of Toronto. He then undertook a research fellowship in Echocardiography at The University of Virginia, Virginia, U.S.A., funded by The Canadian Institutes of Health Research and The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

Clinically he specializes in non-invasive cardiac imaging, in particular echocardiography, stress and contrast echocardiography. His clinical and echocardiographic interests include ischemic and valvular heart disease. He holds the Brazilian Ball Research Chair in Cardiology, and is a clinician scientist in the Keenan Research Centre at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute. His research, funded by The Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Ministry of Research and Innovation and the Canadian Foundation for Innovation, focuses on molecular imaging using contrast ultrasound and ultrasound-targeted gene- and cell-based regenerative therapies for cardiovascular disease and cancer.
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Iqwal Mangat, MD, FRCPC

Dr. Iqwal Mangat is assistant professor of medicine at the University of Toronto, and is a practicing cardiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital. Read more

He is currently the director of the Arrhythmia program at St. Michael’s Hospital. Dr. Mangat received his MD from the University of Toronto in 1993, and completed his Cardiology training also at the University of Toronto in 1999. He completed training in Adult Cardiac Electrophysiology at the University of California, San Francisco in 2001, and was appointed Lecturer at UCSF from July 2001 to June 2002. Dr. Mangat returned to Toronto and joined the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital in October 2002. Dr. Mangat’s clinical and research interests include the following:

  • Evaluation and management of patients with syncope, palpitations, risk factors for sudden cardiac death.
  • Arrhythmia management including supraventricular and ventricular tachycardias, inherited arrhythmic syndromes including RV dysplasia, long QT syndrome and Brugada syndrome.
  • Special interest in atrial fibrillation, including novel therapeutic strategies and catheter ablation.
  • Spearheaded the development of an Atrial Fibrillation Centre at St. Michael’s Hospital (July 2009) which is a rapid access centre for management of patients with atrial fibrillation, with a focus on patient education.
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Gordon Moe MSc, MD, FRCPC, Dip, ABIM, FACC

  • Obtained MD from University of Toronto
  • Received internal medicine training in University of Toronto and cardiology training in Queen’s University
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  • Fellow of the Royal College of Physician of Canada, Fellow of the Hong Kong College of Cardiology, Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Completed research training at the University of Toronto and Harvard Medical School
  • Currently director of Heart Failure Program at St. Michael’s Hospital
  • professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto
  • co-chair/chair of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society Consensus Conference Guidelines of Heart Failure 2010-2014
  • president, Chinese Canadian Council, Heart and Stroke Foundation
  • research interest – translational research; cardiac remodeling and biomarkers in heart failure; ethnicity and cardiovascular disease

Languages: English, Cantonese, and Mandarin

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Juan Carlos Monge MD, FRCPC, FACC

Dr. Juan Carlos Monge is currently a staff cardiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto and an associate professor at the University of Toronto. Read more

Dr. Monge graduated from the University of Costa Rica School of Medicine and did his internship and Internal Medicine training at the Ochsner Foundation Hospital and Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans, Louisiana. He then completed a four year post-doctoral research fellowship at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland specializing in lipid disorders and atherosclerosis. Subsequently he pursued his clinical training in Cardiology at the Barnes Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri.

Dr. Monge assumed his first faculty position at the Royal Victoria Hospital and McGill University in Montreal in 1990 and moved to St. Michael’s Hospital and the University of Toronto in 1995.

His research interests included Endothelial Dysfunction, atherosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, hypertension and the effects of sex hormones on the cardiovascular system. He has been the recipient of numerous Heart and Stroke Foundation and CIHR grants. Dr. Monge is the author of numerous research publications as well as clinical reviews and has been invited to present in multiple national and international scientific meetings.

His clinical interests include resistant hypertension, assessment of cardiovascular risk, primary and secondary prevention of coronary disease, cardiac intensive care and diagnostic cardiac catheterization (coronary angiography, cardiac hemodynamics and assessment of valvular heart disease).

Languages: English and Spanish                                     

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Arnold Pinter MD

Dr. Arnold Pinter graduated from the Semmelweis Medical School in Hungary. Read more

He received his medicine and cardiology training in Hungary before completing an Electrophysiology Fellowship at St. Michael’s Hospital. Currently, he is a staff cardiologist and electrophysiologist at St. Michael’s Hospital and holds an assistant professor position at the University of Toronto.

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Andrew T Yan, MD, FRCPC, FACC

Dr. Andrew Yan received his medical degree and his postgraduate training in internal medicine and cardiology at the University of Toronto. Read more

As the recipient of a Canadian Institute of Health Research fellowship award, he completed a two-year clinical research fellowship in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston.  He is a member of the Division of Cardiology at St. Michael’s Hospital and is an associate professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto.  His research interests include clinical registries and clinical trials, risk stratification and treatment patterns in acute coronary syndromes, and novel applications of cardiac MRI in clinical practice and research.

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