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Summer 2017


Roham Zamanian, MD

Vera Moulton Wall Center Faculty Member Marlene Rabinovitch, MD has been named the AHA Distinguished Scientist Lecturer for the 2017 Annual AHA Meeting to be held this November in Anaheim.

This award reflects the high regard in which Dr. Rabinovitch and her outstanding body of work is held by academic physicians and physician-scientists in the US and abroad.

Dr. Rabinovitch will be recognized at the Annual AHA Scientific Sessions - Opening Session on November 12, 2017.

The Wall Center congratulates Dr. Rabinovitch on the well deserved honor.

 

Roham Zamanian, MD

Dr. Zamanian discusses breakthrough interventions in clinical trials and the process of enrolling in a 2-part podcast 

Dr. Zamanian is the Director of the Adult Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) Program at Stanford University Medical Center. Dr. Zamanian discusses breakthrough interventions in clinical trials and the process of enrolling in a 2-part podcast. He currently directs the Vera Moulton Wall Center clinical database and biobank and focuses his research on clinical characterization and impact of novel risk factors such as methamphetamine use, and biomarkers, such as insulin resistance, in pulmonary arterial hypertension.  Beyond industry clinical trials and registries, Dr. Zamanian has re-focused the research mission of the Stanford PH program by collaborating with basic science faculty and implementing several proof-of-concept and phase II clinical trials of novel therapeutics developed at Stanford University.  Dr. Zamanian also serves on phaware’s Medical Advisory Board.

Part 1:  Audio | Transcript
Part 2:  Audio | Transcript


Lorinda Chung, MD, Cyrus Kholdani, MD and Kristina Kudelko, MD

Wall Center Faculty participated in Pulmonary Hypertension Association’s Preceptorship Program for Bay Area clinicians

Wall Center faculty Lorinda Chung (Immunology and Rheumatology), Kristina Kudelko (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine), and Cyrus Kholdani (Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine) served as co-moderators and faculty for the PHA Preceptorship Program:  A Collaborative Approach for Clinicians on the Front Line.

Presented by the Pulmonary Hypertension Association, the program provided the latest information on PAH diagnosis and management and how to help build links among community PAH specialists, non-specialists, and staff, by creating new avenues for communication and supporting comprehensive, state-of-the-art care for our patients with PAH.

This free CME program took place on Friday, July 21 at the Garden Court Hotel, in Palo Alto.

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