My Short Biography:
Dr JiafuOu, Chinese American Heart Association (CnAHA) tenured member. He graduated from Zhongshan Medical University in 1995, and then worked in the Surgical department, Second Affiliated Hospital of Fujian Medical University for two years. In 1997, he went to Fukuoka University, Japan for lipoprotein metabolism research for two years under Kikuo Arakawa, the former president of the International Association of Hypertension. In 1999, he continued his lipid metabolism research as a postdoctor under Nobel Prize winner Brown & Goldstein, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. In 2003, he was a assistant professor of scientific research. In 2005, he served as a resident at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and then he went to St. Louis Washington University to receive cardiology specialist training in 2008. He has acquired the American Medical Council (ABIM) intern and cardiologist certification. Meanwhile, he has also obtained the United States echocardiography practitioners qualification certificate, cardiovascular CT certificate and the Cardiac nuclear Imaging Certificate. After graduating in 2011, he began to work at the heart center of Carondelet in Kansas City as a physician. In 2013, he return to St. Louis University School of Medicine. Currently, he is the director of Noninvasive Cardiology, St. Louis Veterans Hospital and engaged in clinical practice in cardiology, specializing in cardiac imaging.
Non-invasive Method, Echocardiogram, CMR, CT and Nuclear Medicine
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