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Meet the Cardiology Fellowship Faculty

Our Cardiology Faculty

The Cardiology faculty at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center includes highly skilled expert physicians with extensive experience in all cardiovascular subspecialties. Together with our residents, they provide exceptional patient care and work to advance the field of cardiac medicine. Key clinical faculty include:

Frederic Resnic, MD Chairman, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine Specialty Cardiology
Muqtada Chaudhry, MD Vice Chair, Cardiology (Education); Professor of Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine Specialty Cardiology
Sourbha S. Dani, MD, MSc Director, Cardiovascular Fellowship; Associate Professor, UMass Chan Medical School, Tufts University School of Medicine Specialty Cardiology
Sachin Shah, MD Vice Chair, Cardiology (Inpatient Services) Specialty Cardiology
Sidney Alexander, MD Chairman Emeritus; Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Specialty Cardiology
Danya Dinwoodey, MD Associate Director, Echocardiography; Associate Director, Cardiovascular Fellowship
Gautam Gadey, MD Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories Specialty Cardiology
Sarju Ganatra, MD Director, Cardio-Oncology Program Specialty Cardiology
Bruce Hook, MD Director, Arrhythmia Service Specialty Cardiology
Sherif Labib, MD Director, Echocardiography Laboratory Specialty Cardiology
Michael Levy, MD Director, Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program Specialty Cardiology
Paolo Mascari, MD Director, Advanced Practitioners Clinical Cardiology Service Specialty Cardiology
Matthew Reynolds, MD Director, Cardiac Arrhythmia Research Specialty Cardiology
Jonathan Silver, MD Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program Specialty Cardiology
David Venesy, MD Director, Heart Failure Section Specialty Cardiology
Maurizio Diaco, MD Associate Director, Cardiovascular Fellowship
Inbar R. McCarthy, MD Associate Director, Cardiovascular Fellowship

Cardiology Fellowships

Our Cardiology Fellowship prepares individuals for careers in cardiovascular medicine by combining clinical and research training in a 3-year program.