Every September, the AMA honors physicians who have offered their time, wisdom, and support to advance women in medicine
New research found by Dr. Neal Chatterjee and his team suggests that having a cardiac arrest at an airport or on an airplane may be relatively safer than other locations.
The Department of Global Health and Division of Cardiology announced a new joint Global Cardiovascular Health Program dedicated to global cardiovascular disease prevention and care. Dr. Chris Longenecker will serve as the inaugural program director, beginning November 1, 2021.
Introducing the American Heart Association - Puget Sound's newest Board President, our very own Dr. Ruchi Kapoor!
Congratulations to Dr. Jeanne Poole on being awarded the Wilton Wells Webster Lectureship Award at the Heart Rhythm Society 2021 conference.
Simulations shed light on heart-scarring similarities among patients with atrial fibrillation and those who had embolic stroke but no atrial fibrillation.
Using smart speakers, cardiologist Dan Nguyen and a team of researchers develop first AI system for contactless monitoring of heart rhythms.
Join us in congratulating Drs. Catherine Otto and Karen Stout on their recognition as Queen of Hearts by MediFind.
Any virus can infect heart-muscle cells, but the novel coronavirus appears to have a particularly detrimental effect, which cardiologists are trying to understand.
Through a collaboration across UW campus, the CCVI are using their 3D printers to provide crucial equipment to healthcare workers on the COVID-19 front lines.
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