CNAHA- Li Zhou
I graduated from the Zhejiang Medical University in 1998 and earned a PhD degree from the Peking Union Medical College in 2003. I had postdoctoral training in the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and won the American Heart Association Postdoctoral Award in 2008. I did my Internal Medicine Residency training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York and completed Cardiology Fellowship training at the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2016. I was granted the FIT ACC 2015 Legislative Conference Travel Award in 2015 and am elected as the Fellow of American College of Cardiology in Feb of 2017. Currently, I am an Assistant Professor of Medicine and a Non-invasive Cardiologist from the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. My interests are Multi-modality Imaging and Cardiovascular Disease in Women. As a member of the Valve and Structural Heart Team, I use Cardiac CT to accurately size TAVR and create LA model to assist atrial fibrillation ablation. I also perform TEEs to guide MitraClip, LAA closure and transcatheter ASD closure. In addition, I am the Interim Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation Center at the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and Davie Medical Center. We focus on secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease by optimizing cardiovascular risks, fostering healthy behaviors, reducing disability, improving life quality and promoting an active lifestyle. I am also the Site Principle Investigator of the ADATPTABLE trial. We are testing the optimal dose of aspirin for secondary prevention of coronary artery disease.
Non-invasive Method, Echocardiogram, CMR, CT and Nuclear Medicine
Prevention, Risk Control, Rehabilitation and Disease Management
Pregnancy and Cardiac Disease
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