Corrigan Minehan Heart Center
Interventional Cardiology Research
Our Research Focus
Our research program focuses on delivering innovative and current approaches in all areas of Interventional Cardiology to provide our patients with the best diagnosis and treatments available.
Our interventional coronary artery disease research program focuses on finding innovative and minimally invasive ways to better diagnose and treat patients with coronary artery blockages.
Our interventional vascular heart disease research finds innovative ways to detect and treat abnormalities and atherosclerosis by improving imaging and minimally invasive interventional techniques.
Our interventional research procedures allow us to address conditions associated with structural abnormalities or diseases in a minimally invasive way.
Our interventional valvular heart disease research program focuses on the treatment of aortic, mitral and tricuspid valve disease by replacing or repairing valves in a variety of ways.
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Optimizing Clinical Outcomes for Patients with Valvular Stenosis
Sammy Elmariah, MD, MPH, director of Interventional Cardiology Research at Mass General, discusses his research on finding biomarkers to identify patients who would benefit from valve replacement therapies.
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