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Recognizing Cardiovascular Risk Early in the Lifecourse: Optimizing Cardiovascular Health Pre-Pregnancy

Department & Center Events

 

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The Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health, and
The Division of Cardiology,  Johns Hopkins School of Medicine present:

Recognizing Cardiovascular Risk Early in the Lifecourse: Optimizing Cardiovascular Health Pre-Pregnancy

Speaker

Sadiya Khan

Sadiya S. Khan, MD, MSc
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Dr. Khan examines the epidemiology of and risk for heart failure. Studies include population-based cohorts, large electronic health record data analysis, and -OMICS (epigenomics, genomics, and proteomics) to perform mechanistic studies to enhance risk prediction and identify novel therapeutic agents for prevention and treatment approaches. As a practicing cardiologist, khan sees patients at-risk for and with cardiovascular disease. She is trained in cardiovascular and molecular epidemiology and cardiovascular genetics. Khan is committed to translating research into clinical practice to improve cardiovascular outcomes and care on an individual-level and population-level.

 

RSVP

 

Contact Info

Carolyn Robinson or Deenah Darom