Jeffrey Tran, MD, Sarver Heart Center cardiovascular disease fellow and former Director, Nancy K. Sweitzer, MD, PhD were awarded third place in a data challenge hosted by the American Heart Association® and Association of Black Cardiologists.
Three University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson medical school graduates were selected to receive the 2022 Zenas B. Noon Award for Excellence in Cardiology, an award established by the family of Dr. Noon, a surgeon born in Nogales, AZ who served that community for more than three decades.
Faculty and fellows with the Division of Cardiology selected two University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson internal medicine resident physicians to receive the Charles W. Hall Jr. and Virginia C. Hall Memorial Endowment Award for Outstanding House Officer in the Cardiac Care Unit.
The relationship between Scott Klewer, MD and Jacob Klewer, MD has transformed over the last year. After years of being apart, the father and son are now co-workers at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson.
Karl Kern, MD creates a customized book to commemorate his son's first STEMI during a cardiology rotation while attending the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson.
Six scientists representing the Sarver Heart Center (SHC) presented at the 2022 University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson Research Day. The daylong event targets basic scientists, clinicians, and learners to spur transdisciplinary collaboration in COM-T.
Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Heart Association has published a scientific statement on the low risk for children and young adults to develop heart issues after infection. While more research is needed, the AHA states it’s uncommon for children and young adults to develop severe acute respiratory syndrome and multisystem inflammatory syndrome. When this does happen, it is typically treatable.
Ceremony will honor alumni completing residencies, students receiving medical degrees and students who are preparing to enter medical school in July.
Dr. Williams partners with the sports medicine program at the UArizona and serves as a specialist for high-level amateur athletes. “The paring of the sports medicine program with cardiology is exciting and new for UA,” Williams said.