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Faculty, Fellows & Staff

UVA Cardiovascular Division 2021


UVA Division of Cardiovascular Medicine faculty and fellows are committed to excellence in patient care, teaching, and clinical and basic research.

Cardiovascular Medicine Faculty

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Faculty who conduct research also have a link to their research profile in the School of Medicine Research Faculty Directory.


Mohammad Abuannadi, MBBS
Mohammad Abuannadi, MBBS
Associate Professor of Medicine
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
Research Profile
Michael Parker Ayers, MD
Michael Parker Ayers, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
General Cardiology

James D. Bergin, MD
James D. Bergin, MD
Professor of Medicine
Medical Director, Advanced Heart Failure
and Transplant Cardiology
Director, Heart Failure & Transplant
Cardiology Fellowship Program
Edward W. And Betty Knight
Scripps Professor in Internal Medicine
Advanced Heart Failure
and Transplant Cardiology
Research Profile
Kenneth C. Bilchick, MD
Kenneth C. Bilchick, MD
Professor of Medicine
Electrophysiology
Research Profile

Jamieson M. Bourque, MD
Jamieson M. Bourque, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Nuclear Cardiology
Medical Director of the Stress Laboratory
Cardiovascular Imaging
Research Profile
Andrew J. Buda, MD
Andrew J. Buda, MD
Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology/Heart Failure
Research Profile

Andrew E. Darby, MD
Andrew E. Darby, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
EP Fellowship Program Director
Electrophysiology
Research Profile
Jaime Escanellas, MD
Jaime Escanellas, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology

Lawrence W. Gimple, MD
Lawrence W. Gimple, MD
Donald C. Barnes Professor of Cardiology in Internal Medicine
Quality Liaison
Interventional Cardiology
Research Profile
J. Cullen Hardy, MD
J. Cullen Hardy, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology

Andrew Keller, MD
Andrew Keller, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Alexander Klibanov, PhD
Alexander Klibanov, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Research Profile

Christopher M. Kramer, MD
Christopher M. Kramer, MD
George A. Beller, MD/Lantheus Medical Imaging
Distinguished Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Chief, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Professor of Radiology
Research Profile
Hema Kothari
Hema Kothari, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine

Doug Lake
Doug Lake, PhD
Professor of Medicine
Research Profile
D. Scott Lim, MD
D. Scott Lim, MD
Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine
Director, Cardiac Valve Fellowship Program
Structural and Interventional Cardiology

Lewis C. Lipson, MD
Lewis C. Lipson, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Research Profile
Max A. Luna, MD
Max A. Luna, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Research Profile

Rohit Malhotra, MD
Rohit Malhotra, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Electrophysiology
Director of Ambulatory Clinics
Research Profile
James Michael Mangrum, MD
James Michael Mangrum, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Electrophysiology
Research Profile

Pamela K. Mason, MD
Pamela K. Mason, MD
Professor of Medicine
Electrophysiology
Director, Electrophysiology Programs
Research Profile
Sula Mazimba, MD, MPH
Sula Mazimba, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Medicine
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
Research Profile

George M. McDaniel, MD, MS
George M. McDaniel, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Pediatric Electrophysiology
Research Profile
Coleen McNamara, MD
Coleen McNamara, MD
Professor of Medicine
Director of the Beirne B. Carter Center for Immunology
Research Profile

Oliver Monfredi, MD, PhD
Oliver Monfredi, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Electrophysiology
J. Randall Moorman, MD
J. Randall Moorman, MD
Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Research Profile

Mohamed Morsy, MD
Mohamed Morsy, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Medical Director, ACS
Steven Philips, MD
Steven Philips, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology

Randy Ramcharitar, MD
Randy Ramcharitar, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Vascular Medicine
Michael Ragosta, III, MD
Michael Ragosta, III, MD
Albert M., Kate L., and Peter R. Kaplan Professor of Cardiology
Medical Director of Cath Lab, Interventional Fellowship Program Director
Interventional Cardiology
Research Profile

Christopher M. Rembold, MD
Christopher M. Rembold, MD
Professor of Medicine and Physiology
General Cardiology
Research Profile
Aditya M. Sharma, MBBS
Aditya M. Sharma, MBBS
Associate Professor of Vascular Medicine
Vascular Fellowship Program Director
Research Profile

David Shisler, MD
David Shisler, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology
Kanwar P. Singh, MD
Kanwar P. Singh, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Interventional Cardiology
EKG Medical Director

Nishtha Sodhi, MD
Nishtha Sodhi, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Structural and Interventional Cardiology
Valve Medical Director
Victor Soukoulis, MD, PhD
Victor Soukoulis, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Cardiology Fellowship Director

Angela M. Taylor, MD
Angela M. Taylor, MD
Professor of Medicine
Medical Director, CCU
Interventional Cardiology
Research Profile
C. Michael Valentine, MD
C. Michael Valentine, MD
Professor of Medicine,
General Cardiology

Todd Villines, MD
Todd C. Villines, MD
Julian Ruffin Beckwith Chair in Cardiovascular Medicine
ECHO Medical Director
Professor of Medicine
Cardiovascular Imaging/General Cardiology
Ken Walsh, MD, PhD
Ken Walsh, MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine

Matthew J. Wolf, MD, PhD
Matthew J. Wolf, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Research Profile
Zhen Yan, PhD
Zhen Yan, PhD
Professor of Medicine
Research Profile

Yoshimitsu Yura, MD, PhD
Yoshimitsu Yura, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
John H. Zadrozny, MD
John H. Zadrozny, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
General Cardiology
Research Profile

2021-22 Fellows in Basic Cardiovascular Disease

Chiefs: Paras Patel, MD and Michael Zimmerman, MD

Click here for information about the Basic Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease

General Fellows

Nicholas Ashur, MD
Nicholas Ashur, MD
PIC#: 5862
Service: Clinical 1/3
Residency: Duke University
Cherisse Baldeo, MD
Cherisse Baldeo, MD
PIC#: 3642
Service: Clinical 2/3
Residency: University of Florida at Jacksonville
Andrew Brown, MD
Andrew Brown, MD
PIC#: 3679
Service: Clinical 3/3
Residency: Baylor College of Medicine

David Cook, MD
David Cook, MD
PIC#: 8025
Service: Clinical 2/3
Residency: University of Virginia Medical Center
Sneha Gadi, MD
Sneha Gadi, MD
PIC#: 8804
Service: Clinical 1/3
Residency: Emory University
Nisha Hosadurg, MBBS
Nisha Hosadurg, MBBS
PIC#: 5342
Service: Clinical 2/3
Residency: Tufts Medical Center

Sami Ibrahim, MD
Sami Ibrahim, MD
PIC#: 7457
Service: Clinical 1/3
Residency: University of Virginia
Juliette Logan, MD
Juliette Logan, MD
PIC#:5380
Service: Clinical 2/3
Residency: Duke University
George Mawardi, MD
George Mawardi, MD
PIC#: 4120
Service: Clinical 3/3
Residency: Medical University of South Carolina

Matthew Miller, MD
Matthew Miller, MD
PIC#: 7404
Service: Clinical 1/3
Residency: University of Virginia
Jonathan Pan, MD
Jonathan Pan, MD
PIC#: 7494
Service: Clinical 1/3
Residency: University of Virginia
Paras Patel, MD
Paras Patel, MD (Chief)
PIC#: 7547
Service: Clinical 3/3
Residency: University of Virginia

Edward Rojas Pena, MD
Edward Rojas-Pena, MD
PIC#: 6128
Service: Clinical 3/3
Residency: Rutgers Uniniversity
Patrick Stafford, MD
Patrick Stafford, MD
PIC#: 8122
Service: Clinical 2/3
Residency: University of Virginia Medical Center
Michael Zimmerman, MD
Michael Zimmerman, MD (Chief)
PIC#: 7161
Service: Clinical 3/3
Residency: Tulane University


2021-22 Advanced Fellows in:

Cardiovascular Imaging • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCEP) • Heart Failure and Transplant • Interventional Cardiology • Vascular Medicine


Vascular Medicine

Merry Ellen Barnett, MD
Merry Ellen Barnett, MD
PIC#: 8303
Service: Clinical 1/1
Residency: University of Virginia


Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant

Position Open


Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCEP)

rittney Heard, MD
Brittney Heard, MD
PIC#: 8191
Service: Clinical 2/2
Residency: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Chinmaya Mareddy, MBBS
Chinmaya Mareddy, MBBS
PIC#: 8984
Service: Clinical 1/2
Fellowship: Medical College of Georgia/Augusta University
Shivam Saxena, MD
Shivam Saxena, MD
PIC#: 2502
Service: Clinical 1/2
Fellowship: Cooper University Hospital


Advanced Imaging

Patricia Rodriguez Lozano, MD
Patricia Rodriguez Lozano, MD
PIC#: 3920
Service: Clinical 2/2
Fellowship: University of Texas Medical Branch
Toral Patel, MD
Toral Patel, MD
PIC#: 8338
Service: Clinical 2/2
Residency: Case Western


Interventional Fellowship

Brian McNichols, MD
Brian McNichols, MD
#PIC:8986
Service: Clinical 1/1
Fellowship: University of Florida

Mercedes Armstrong
Kimberly S Bednar, FNP, MSN, RN
Kimberly S Bednar, FNP, MSN, RN

Carolyn A Brady, MSN, RN, ACNP, CHFN
Jessica Darcy, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP

Theresa O Guyton, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP
Theresa O Guyton, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP
Jenny Hamby, BSN, MSN, AG-ACNP

Kate HIgginson
Kate Higginson, PA
Elizabeth W Hooper, RN, BSN, MSN, ACNP
Elizabeth W Hooper, RN, BSN, MSN, ACNP

Zachary Hruska, RN, MSN, FNP
Zachary Hruska, RN, MSN, FNP
Min-Hee Kang, ACNP, MSN, RN
Min-Hee Kang, ACNP, MSN, RN

Emily Koch, MSN, RN, ACNP
Emily Koch, MSN, RN, ACNP
Christa M. Lauffenburger, FNP
Christa M. Lauffenburger, FNP

Mandee May, FNP
Mandee May, FNP
Kelly B Manor, PA-C
Kelly B Manor, PA-C

Shirley Meyer-Speth, RN, MSN FNP
Shirley Meyer-Speth, RN, MSN FNP
Maheswari Murugesan, MSN, RN, ACNP
Maheswari Murugesan, MSN, RN, ACNP

Allison M Patrizio, BSN, MSN, ACNP
Allison M Patrizio, BSN, MSN, ACNP
Melissa R Peluso, MSN, RN, ACNP
Melissa R Peluso, MSN, RN, ACNP

Sarah Spriggs, RN, MSN, FNP
Sarah Spriggs, RN, MSN, FNP
Haley Taylor, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP
Haley Taylor, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP

S. Craig Thomas, MSN, RN, ACNP, CHFN
S. Craig Thomas, MSN, RN, ACNP, CHFN
Darla Topley, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP
Darla Topley, RN, MSN, AG-ACNP

Ashley Viars
Ashley Viars, AG-ACNP
Christie Vivian
Christie Vivian, MSN, AGACNP-BC, CCRN

Rita F Von Seggern, BSN, MSN, ACNP
Rita F Von Seggern, BSN, MSN, ACNP
Suzanne Waters, MSN, RN, FNP, APRN B-C
Suzanne Waters, MSN, RN, FNP, APRN B-C

Katharine Wick, AG-ACNP
Katharine Wick, AG-ACNP
Kelly Wozneak, MSN, RN, ACNP
Kelly Wozneak, MSN, RN, ACNP

Sours: https://med.virginia.edu/cardiovascular-medicine/faculty-and-fellows/

Basic Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease

Welcome

Photo of Victor Soukoulis

Victor Soukoulis, MD, PhD
Associate Professor
Program Director

Basic Clinical Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease
Program Director: Victor Soukoulis, MD, PhD

The goal of the Basic Clinical Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease is to instruct fellows in evidence-based prevention, diagnosis, and management of patients with a wide variety of acute and chronic cardiovascular conditions. Our training reflects the standards of the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American College of Cardiology, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) program requirements for residency education in cardiovascular disease.

We offer two pathways for completing an ACGME-accredited cardiovascular disease fellowship. The standard three-year clinical training program is geared towards those who want careers as cardiologists in private practice or non-research academics; fellows are encouraged to undertake shortened research projects in their areas of interest. The four-year research/clinical program is designed for fellows who want to pursue a career in academic medicine as physician-scientists.

Matthew J. Wolf, MD, PhD
Associate Professor
Associate Program Director

All fellows participate in a world-class outpatient clinic during their fellowship where they see a wide range of cardiac pathology. Fellows are matched with a team of attendings, nurses, and administrative support personnel with whom they remain throughout their training.

Cardiovascular disease fellows may continue their training at UVA with advanced fellowships in six different subspecialties. More
information on these programs can be found here.

All training programs are conducted at a single hospital location with state-of-the-art facilities and educational opportunities, among a collegial group of faculty who are committed to the teaching mission.

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Sours: https://med.virginia.edu/cardiovascular-medicine/fellowship-education/basic-fellowship-in-cardiovascular-disease/
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Project Team: Original Founders

CardioVillage Course Co-Directors:

Lawrence W. Gimple, MD is Professor of Medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He is Director of Clinical Cardiology and Co-Director of the Heart and Vascular Center of the University of Virginia Health System. Dr. Gimple graduated in 1983 from Harvard Medical School. He completed internship and residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Gimple has a clinical practice in Interventional Cardiology, basic research interests in atherosclerosis and restenosis after angioplasty, clinical research interests in acute coronary syndromes and outcomes after coronary interventions, and educational interests in the use of emerging technologies for teaching about cardiovascular disease and health.

Ralph S. Buckley, MD was formerly Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Cardiovascular Division. He has an interest in noninvasive cardiology, including care of patients with CAD, vascular heart disease, and arrhythmias. Dr. Buckley now practices with Cardiology Associates of Mobile, Alabama as a noninvasive cardiologist. He completed his medical training and residency at the University of Virginia where he became chief resident and, subsequently, a fellow in the cardiovascular division. Dr. Buckley helped develop the database that delivers the lessons in CardioVillage to the Internet. He began programming computers in the 1970s. When he and Dr. Gimple became interested in multimedia education, they used the Internet to bring interactive medical education to the web, creating CardioVillage: a web-based interactive initiative written by physicians for health care providers.
Drs. Buckley and Gimple were co-authors of Cases in Cardiology, an educational CD-ROM dedicated to teaching primary care physicians about cardiovascular medicine. Cases in Cardiology won the prestigious People’s Choice Award from Macromedia, an international competition for Outstanding Educational Software for adults.

CME Director:

Jann Torrence Balmer,PhD, RN, FACEHP is Director for Continuing Medical Education at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and Co-LNP for SONCE in the School of Nursing. Dr. Balmer is a nationally-recognized authority on continuing education in the health professions. She is actively engaged in national medical education research and collaborative projects via print, Internet, and CD-ROM formats and has numerous publications in the field. Dr. Balmer has participated, and has held leadership positions within the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, including Chair, Accreditation Review Committee, and is currently serving as the Chair of the ANCC Commission on Accreditation. Her other leadership positions include Past President and Board member for the Alliance for CME (now ACEHP) and Program Committee Chair and Board Member for the Global Alliance for Medical Education (GAME). Under Dr. Balmer’s leadership, the University of Virginia Office of Continuing Medical Education has maintained Accreditation with Commendation from the ACCME. Dr. Balmer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the University of Pittsburgh, Master of Science in child health nursing from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a Ph.D. in higher education administration from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Balmer’s vision is for an engaging, educational site for healthcare professionals to maintain competence and foster collaborative quality care to patients and families through multiple educational and performance improvement activities.

CardioVillage Project Owner:

Debra McMahon, PhD is a Principal of Scitent, Inc., formerly CardioConcepts, Inc. Scitent, based in Charlottesville, VA, which helps organizations bring their educational content to the internet in a compelling, efficient, and cost-effective manner. Dr. McMahon received her degree in Pathology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her postdoctoral training in Thrombosis and Hemostasis at UNC Chapel Hill. She worked for several years in medical writing, editing, and instructional design before joining Scitent; she has been with the company since its inception.

Additional Project Team Members

CME Project Manager:

Andrea Zimmerman, EdD is a Learning Engineer for Continuing Medical Education at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Since 2007, she has worked with cardiovascular researchers and clinicians to provide engaging learning opportunities to graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and clinicians. She specializes in jointly accredited activities and online education. Dr. Zimmerman holds a BS from East Carolina University, MA from the University of Virginia, and an EdD from Northeastern University.

Lead Nursing Content Specialist:

Drew Walton, AG-ACNP is a clinical instructor in nursing at the University of Virginia. He has worked with BSN and MSN students since 2009. He worked as a bedside nurse in the Coronary Care Unit for 6 years and for the past 3 years he has worked as an NP in Heart Transplant as a pre-transplant coordinator / LVAD coordinator.

We are grateful to the University of Virginia Nursing Content Specialists who review all modules:
Kimberly Bednar, DNP, FNP
Angela Crummett, BSN
Samantha Hobbs, MSN, RN
Sue Waters, NP

Lead Nurse Planner:

Kathryn Reid, PhD, MSN, RN, FNP-C, CNL earned a BSN, MSN, and Family Nurse Practitioner certificate from the University of Virginia, and she earned a PhD from Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Reid has received awards for excellence in teaching, innovative teaching strategies, and professional service, and was a 2005 Fellow in the AACN Leadership in Academic Nursing Program. With many years of experience in nursing education and a passion for second-degree students, Dr. Reid led the transformation of UVA’s second-degree program into an innovative master’s-entry Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Program. She serves as a consultant for second-degree entry CNL programs across the country, and in 2007, Dr. Reid was appointed to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) national CNL Steering Committee. Dr. Reid now serves as the Assistant Director for the MSN and DNP programs at the University of Virginia.

Pharmacy Education Specialist:

Steven Dunn, PharmD, FAHA, BCPS (AQ Cardiology) is the Lead Pharmacist for Heart & Vascular at UVA Health. Dr. Dunn received his PharmD degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and did postgraduate residency training at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. He is active in the American College of Cardiology and a Fellow of the American Heart Association and American College of Clinical Pharmacy​​.

Diagnostic Catheterization and Interventional Curricula Faculty

Course Director:

Michael Ragosta, MD is Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Division at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories and Interventional Cardiology UVa Health System. He graduated from Brown University in 1985. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and his fellowship in Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology at the University of Virginia. Dr. Ragosta’s clinical and research interests include complex coronary artery disease, interventional cardiology, high risk coronary intervention, chronic total occlusion intervention, valvular heart disease, and hemodynamics.

Sours: https://cardiovillage.com/about/
ABMS Certification:
Internal Medicine;Cardiovascular Disease
Research Interests:

Medical education; online learning

Clinical Practice:
Heart Attack, Echocardiography
Appointment:

Cardiology Fellowship Director

Title:
Associate Professor
Biography

Victor Soukoulis graduated with an MD/PhD from the Medical Scientist Training Program at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. He completed his internal medicine residency at Northwestern McGaw Medical Center in Chicago. He then underwent cardiovascular fellowship training at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston where he also completed a medical education research fellowship at the Harvard Academy for Medical Education.

Primary:
Vanderbilt University 2007
Residency:
Northwestern University
Fellowships:
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Sours: https://uvahealth.com/findadoctor/profile/victor-soukoulis

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ABMS Certification:
Internal Medicine; Cardiovascular Diseases
Research Interests:

Cardiac MRI, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, peripheral arterial disease, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies.

Clinical Practice:
Heart Attack, Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD), Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Echocardiography, Cardiac Imaging
Appointment:

Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine

Title:
Professor
Biography

After receiving his AB from Harvard and his MD from the University of California, San Francisco, Dr. Kramer completed his residency and chief residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in cardiology at the University of Pennsylvania. His first faculty appointment was at Allegheny General Hospital, MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine, where he directed the cardiology fellowship program. In 1999, he moved to the University of Virginia where he became the Ruth C. Heede professor of cardiology, a professor of radiology and the director of the cardiovascular imaging center.  Dr. Kramer’s area of clinical expertise includes clinical cardiology, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and cardiovascular imaging using MRI, CT and ultrasound.

Dr. Kramer’s principal research interest has been in the application of cardiovascular magnetic resonance to the cardiovascular system. He has published nearly 200 peer-reviewed publications, three books and over 100 book chapters, editorials and reviews in the area of left ventricular remodeling and myocardial viability, atherosclerotic plaque imaging, peripheral arterial disease and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. His research is supported by the NIH.

Dr. Kramer directs a NIBIB-funded cardiovascular imaging T32 fellowship training program. He is presently a member of the board of trustees of the American College of Cardiology (ACC). He has served as president of the Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR), chair of the imaging council of the ACC and a member and chair of the clinical and integrative cardiovascular sciences NIH study section. He is presently the deputy editor of JACC cardiovascular imaging, the associate editor of JACC and a member of the editorial boards of Circulation Cardiovascular Imaging, Journal of the American Heart Association, Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance and Vascular Medicine. He is also a member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation and the Association of University Cardiologists. In 2015, he won the gold medal of the SCMR.

Outside of his academic practice, Dr. Kramer enjoys a wide variety of sports including tennis, golf, swimming, skiing and biking. He also enjoys music and spending time with his family in the great outdoors.

Awards
  • 2015-2020 Best Doctors in America® List 
  • 2015 Academy of Radiology Research Distinguished Investigator Award    
  • 2015 Gold Medal, Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance 
  • 2014 UVA Dean’s Award for Excellence in Team Science Research
  • 2013 UVA Department of Medicine Award for Outstanding Mentorship
  • 2012 UVA Department of Medicine Award for Outstanding Research      
  • 2010 Association of University Cardiologists
  • 2010 Simon Dack Award, Journal of the American College of Cardiology
  • 2006 American Society of Clinical Investigation
  • 2004 Elite Reviewer, Journal of the American College of Cardiology
  • 2004 J. Edwin Wood Jr. Teaching Award, University of Virginia Cardiovascular Division
  • 1999 Merck Angiotensin II Young Investigator's Award
  • 1996 Claude R. Joyner Cardiovascular Scholar, Allegheny General Hospital
  • 1982 Magna Cum Laude 1985 Alpha Omega Alpha, elected as a junior
  • 1981 Rhodes and Marshall Scholarship Finalist
  • 1981 Phi Beta Kappa, elected as a junior
Primary:
University of California, San Francisco, 1986
Residency:
Internal Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Fellowships:
Cardiology, University of Pennsylvania
Sours: https://uvahealth.com/findadoctor/profile/christopher-m-kramer
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