Shady Abohashem , MD, M.B.,B.Ch.
|Harvard Medical School- Massachusetts General Hospital , Boston, MA||10/2021||Nuclear Cardiology-Research Fellowship |
|American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, Boston, MA||07/2023||ASNC's Leadership Development Training Program |
|Mass General Brigham Hospital , Boston, MA||03/2021||Clinical Process Improvement Leadership Program (CPIP) for GME, Certificate Course|
|Harvard Medical School- Massachusetts General Hospital , Boston, MA||06/2018||Cardiovacular Research Fellowship |
|University of Texas- MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas.||09/2016||Research Internship|
|Baylor College of Medicine- St. Luke's Medical Center/Cardiovacular Stem Cell Research, Houston, Texas||09/2016||Cardiovascualr Stem Cell Research Training |
|University of Alabama- Birmingham , Birmingham, Alabama||02/2016||Cardiology- Student Elective Training|
|Baylor College of Medicine-Texas Heart Institute , Houston, TX.||12/2015||Cardiothoracic Surgery- Student Elective Training |
|Zagazig University, Egypt||MBBCH||02/2015||Bachelor of Surgery and Medicine|
MBBCH degree with honors (Suma Cum Laude)
Leadership Development Program - American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
Breakout Rising Star Award - American Society of Nuclear Cardiology Annual Scientific Meeting
Leadership Development Program - Center for Faculty Development of MGH
Young Investigator Award Winner - American College of Cardiology
Young Investigator Award Winner- European Association of Preventive Cardiology
Best Rapid Fire Abstract Presentation Winner - European Association of Preventive Cardiology
Research Project Competition Winner (2nd Place) -American College of Cardiology/MassachusettsChapter
Young Investigator Award- First Place Winner
Future Leaders in Nuclear Cardiology
Honorary Mentorship Award
Research Interests & Current Projects: is focused on studying a Neuro-Immuno-Arterial biological axis, via employing Advanced non-invasive multimodality molecular imaging approaches (i.e., PET/CT, MRI), to understand the underlying link between socio-environmental stressors and cardiovascular disease risk in different populations including those with RA and HIV. My current projects aim to investigate the interaction between genetic risk, environmental pathogens, lifestyle factors, imaging indices and their contributions to aortic valve disease risk and other cardiovascular disorders.
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