Paul A. Gurbel, M.D., serves as the director of the Sinai Center for Thrombosis Research. In addition to being a top interventional cardiologist, Dr. Gurbel and his team are internationally-recognized for their ongoing study of the role that blood platelets play in causing blood clots and coronary events. Dr. Gurbel has made a number of pioneering achievements in the development of personalized anti-platelet therapy that improves patient outcomes and prevents heart attacks and strokes.
In this WBAL-Know Your Health radio clip, Dr. Paul Gurbel discusses common sense steps that anyone can take to improve their heart health.
Cardiovascular Disease (Heart Disease)
Interventional Cardiology (Heart Disease)
Fellowships Duke University Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University
Residency Duke University Medical Center
Internship Duke University Medical Center
Medical School University of Maryland School of Medicine
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