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Kanwal Farooqi

  • ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Pediatrics
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Education

  • M.D., New York Medical College

  • Fellowship, Icahn Shcool of Medicine at Mount Sinai

  • Fellowship, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

  • Residency, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

  • Fellowship, New York Academy of Medicine

  • B.S., The City College of The City University of New York

Biography

    Dr. Farooqi is licensed and board certified in both pediatrics and pediatric cardiology. She completed her pediatrics residency and pediatric cardiology fellowship at The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore. She completed the advanced imaging fellowship at Mount Sinai in July 2014. During her imaging year, she gained expertise in transthoracic, transesophageal and fetal echocardiography and learned how to independently plan and execute cardiac MRI’s. From a research aspect, she gained interest in a new technique of creating 3 dimensional virtual models for patients with congenital heart disease. The computerized models she creates can be transformed into physical replicas using the technology of 3D printing. Given the lack of standardized protocols in the field of creating 3D cardiac models for patient care, she drafted a research proposal focused on this issue and was awarded the Glorney Raisbeck Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease by The New York Academy of Medicine for July 2014-June 2015. In patients with complex intra-cardiac defects, this modeling is invaluable in pre-surgical planning. Dr. Farooqi received a B.S. in Chemistry from The City College of The City University of New York in 2002 and graduated with honors in research in Biochemistry. She was also granted numerous awards upon graduating including The Ward Medal / J. Birnbaum Scholarship in Chemistry and the Stanley and Rita Kaplan Scholarship. She subsequently received her M.D. degree from New York Medical College and was supported in part by a NYMC student scholarship and The Jonas E. Salk Scholarship.

Publications

Farooqi KM, Nielsen JC, Uppu SC, Srivastava S, Parness IA, Sanz J, Nguyen K. Use of 3-dimensional printing to demonstrate complex intracardiac relationships in double-outlet right ventricle for surgical planning. Circulation. Cardiovascular imaging 2015 May; 8(5).

Farooqi KM, Sengupta PP. Echocardiography and Three-Dimensional Printing: Sound Ideas to Touch a Heart. Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography : official publication of the American Society of Echocardiography 2015 Apr; 28(4).

Farooqi KM, Lopez L, Pass RH, Hsu DT, Lamour JM. Reverse ventricular remodeling and improved ventricular compliance after heart transplantation in infants and young children. Pediatric cardiology 2014 Aug; 35(6).

Farooqi KM, Sutton N, Weinstein S, Menegus M, Spindola-Franco H, Pass RH. Neonatal myocardial infarction: case report and review of the literature. Congenital heart disease; 7(6).

Lee S, Sutton N, Lopez L, Farooqi K, Mahgerefteh J, Blancas I, Pass RH. A new . Catheterization and cardiovascular interventions : official journal of the Society for Cardiac Angiography & Interventions 2012 Aug; 80(2).

Canares TL, Wahezi DM, Farooqi KM, Pass RH, Ilowite NT. Giant coronary artery aneurysms in juvenile polyarteritis nodosa: a case report. Pediatric rheumatology online journal 2012; 10(1).

Farooqi KM, Ceresnak SR, Freeman K, Pass RH. Electrocardiograms transmitted via facsimile may not allow accurate interval interpretation. Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE 2011 Oct; 34(10).

Farooqi KM, Kessel R, Brandwein-Gensler M, Granowetter L, Manwani D. Sialoblastoma- long-term follow-up and remission for a rare salivary malignancy. Rare tumors 2011 Apr; 3(2).

Farooqi K, Lopez L, Sutton NJ, Pass RH. Closure of a superior vena cava baffle leak in a patient with D-transposition after Mustard palliation: importance of both angiography and echocardiography for confirmation of closure. Pediatric cardiology 2009 Oct; 30(7).

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