This is my personal tribute to an institution at the forefront in bringing about new developments
in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. As these pathological entities become
better understood in terms of molecular and cellular biology, diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventative
cardiology approaches will change dramatically in coming years. I anticipate that the Emory Division
of Cardiology will remain at the cutting edge by recruiting and retaining internationally recognized
experts. Of particular note is their track record in clinical cardiology established by Drs. R. Bruce
Logue and J. Willis Hurst; in interventional cardiology established by Dr. Andreas Gruentzig and as
led by Dr. John Douglas; and in vascular biology and medicine by the research group established by
Dr. R. Wayne Alexander in 1988.
Notably, Emory investigators completed the landmark
under the leadership of Dr. Bill Weintraub that has changed the practice of
cardiology in America. Laus Deo :-)
Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Emory's IMVC.org Cardiologist
Author of Be Hungry (now in its second printing!)
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- General Information
- Overview of Emory Cardiology and its various components. Here you will find links to a personal welcome, campus map, directions, transportation guides from within Atlanta and around the country and a calendar of scheduled events.
- Clinical Sections
- Overview of the clinical sections within Emory Cardiology.
- Research Areas
- Overview of the research areas currently under investigation by Emory Cardiology faculty .
- Emory Center for Outcomes Research
- Information about Cardiovascular Epidemiology.
- Emory Heart and Vascular Center
- Information about the Emory Heart and Vascular Center with links to Emory's popular HeartWise Risk Reduction Program (preventative cardiology).
- Emory Center for Heart Failure Therapy
- Information about the Center for Heart Failure Therapy.
Note: This is the unofficial web tribute to Emory Cardiology that has been put together as a token of gratitude for the
exceptional training that Dr. Chung had received as a cardiology fellow (1997-2001).
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Andrew B. Chung, M.D., Ph.D. All rights reserved.
Date of last update: 8/20/2019