Michael T. Osborne, MD

Michael T. Osborne, MD

T32 Clinical and Research Fellow,
Cardiology and Radiology, MGH, HMS

Email:   mosborne@mgh.harvard.edu


  • BE (summa cum laude), 2006, Vanderbilt University
  • MD (Honors), 2010, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine


Dr. Osborne is a clinical and research fellow in cardiology and radiology at MGH and Harvard Medical School and is currently participating in the MGH T32 Training Program in Cardiovascular Imaging. He is a physician scientist and a board-certified internist. He completed his undergraduate training at Vanderbilt University in biomedical engineering, his medical school training at University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, and his clinical training in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) in Boston, MA before arriving at MGH for his cardiology training. He has completed advanced training in nuclear cardiology at BWH and is currently training in cardiac computed tomography. His research since medical school has been focused on the use of advanced imaging to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. So far in his brief career, he has authored or co-authored several original manuscripts and review articles, presented abstracts at national meetings, and contributed to online educational materials and written textbooks. Dr. Osborne has been awarded with membership into several honor societies and received recognition for the Best Clinical Paper in 2013-14 in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology for one of his original manuscripts.


  • 2006 Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, Vanderbilt University
  • 2006 Dean’s Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Vanderbilt University
  • 2006 Founder’s Medal, Vanderbilt University
  • 2010 Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
  • 2010 Gold Humanism Honor Society, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
  • 2013 Resident Mentor Award, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University
  • 2014 Journal of Nuclear Cardiology Best Clinical Research Paper 2013-14



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