One family’s visionary generosity to create the John M. Shoenberg Chair in Cardiovascular Disease nearly 40 years ago launched the evolution of one of the top-rated heart programs in the country
Taras Lysyy, MD, MCh, is the recipient of the inaugural Matthew Gerdisch Arrhythmia Fellowship. Lysyy will be studying heart arrythmia and cardiac disease at Washington University.
Tsuyoshi Kaneko, MD, recognized at Shoenberg Chair Installation ceremony.
Transcatheter cardiac surgeon leads section with innovation in clinical, research and education programs.
Cardiothoracic trainees present research and visiting professor delivers lecture at annual Kouchoukos Research Day.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital is once again recognized nationally for excellence in mitral valve repair by the Mitral Foundation and the American Heart Association.
Washington University School of Medicine cardiac surgeons review the long-term outcomes and durability of the Cox-Maze IV procedure to treat atrial fibrillation. This research demonstrates the effectiveness of this procedure in patients with life-threatening heart arrhythmia.