Maya Barghash, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Medicine, Cardiology
Specialties:Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease
Dr. Maya Barghash attended New York University where she received her undergraduate degree in chemistry and psychology and her medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Barghash completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Mount Sinai Hospital, after which she served as Chief Medical Resident. She completed her Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at New York University School of Medicine and her Advanced Heart Disease and Cardiac Transplantation Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. Dr. Barghash returned to Mount Sinai Hospital and joined the faculty as Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine and is part of the faculty in the Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology group within the Cardiovascular Institute.
Dr. Barghash’s clinical interests encompass all aspects of the diagnosis and management of heart failure and cardiomyopathy, including the diagnosis and management of special forms of cardiomyopathy, such as cardiac amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, genetic cardiomyopathy, pericardial disease, valvular heart disease, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, peripartum cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, and cardiomyopathy related to cancer treatment. She is involved in the selection and care of patients with heart failure who are in need of or have received advanced heart failure therapeutics, including invasive hemodynamic monitoring, mechanical circulatory support and cardiac transplantation. She believes in tailoring her treatment approach to the individual patient and practices evidence-based medicine.
In addition to caring for patients with heart failure, she is passionate about teaching with previous awards received for her dedication to teaching medical house staff. Her research interests have focused on the clinical assessment of heart failure and transitions of care in heart failure management.
Dr. Barghash is accepting patients at the Lauder Family Cardiovascular Ambulatory Center on 1190 Fifth Avenue, First floor, New York, NY 10029. For appointments and general inquiries, she can be reached at 212-241-7300, Option 1.
American Board of Internal Medicine
MD, New York University School of Medicine
Residency, Internal Medicine, Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Cardiovascular Dis, New York University School of Medicine
Fellowship, Cardiac Transplant, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Ira M. Goldstein Award for Resident Teaching, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Silver Apple Resident Teaching Award, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Joshua Gibson Advancing Idealism in Medicine Award, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Carreras ET, Barghash M, Givertz MM, Bhatt DL. A heart within a heart. Catheterization and cardiovascular interventions : official journal of the Society for Cardiac Angiography & Interventions 2017 Jun; 89(7).
Barghash MH, Desai AS. First-in-Class Composite Angiotensin Receptor-Neprilysin Inhibitors (ARNI) in Practice. Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics 2017 Aug; 102(2).
Reyentovich A, Barghash MH, Hochman JS. Management of refractory cardiogenic shock. Nature reviews. Cardiology 2016 Aug; 13(8).
Lakoff DJ, Barghash MH, Lorin S, Ungaro R, Nguyen VT, Baumgardner J, Nelson BP, Narula J. Point-of-Care Ultrasound and the Rapid Response System. Global heart 2013 Dec; 8(4).
Bright K, Barghash M, Donach M, de la Barrera MG, Schneider RJ, Formenti SC. The role of health system factors in delaying final diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer in Mexico City, Mexico. Breast (Edinburgh, Scotland) 2011 Apr; 20 Suppl 2.
Duvall WL, Sweeny JM, Croft LB, Barghash MH, Kulkarni NK, Guma KA, Henzlova MJ. Comparison of high efficiency CZT SPECT MPI to coronary angiography. Journal of nuclear cardiology : official publication of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology 2011 Aug; 18(4).
Chang K, Barghash M, Donnino R, Freedberg RS, Hagiwara M, Bennett G, Benenstein R, Saric M. Extrinsic Esophageal Compression by Cervical Osteophytes in Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis: A Contraindication to Transesophageal Echocardiography?. Echocardiography (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 2016 Feb; 33(2).
Barghash M, Lala A, Malha L, Goldfarb D, Shoucri S, Guo Y, Katz S. Inferior Vena Cava Size and Collapsibility, Bioimpedance, and Diuretic Efficiency in Chronic Heart Failure. NYU School of Medicine Research Day 2016 May;.
Castro R, Motiwala S, Lewis E, Barghash M, Nohria A, Stewart G, Joyce E, Desai A, Stevenson L, Lakdawala N. Variable contribution of heart failure to patient-reported limitation of daily activities. European Society of Cardiology 2017;.
Barghash M, Rodrigues Teixeira De Castro R, Motiwala S, Nayor M, Gopal D, Luk A, Brinkley D, Joyce E, Chaudhry S, Groarke J, Lakdawala N, Givertz M, Desai A, Nohria A, Stevenson L. Most admissions to HF service are preceded by a provider interaction that did not prevent hospitalization. Heart Failure Society of America 2017;.
Motiwala S, Castro R, Barghash M, Nayor M, Joyce E, Stewart G, Lewis E, Mehra M, Stevenson L, Lakdawala N. Orthopnea is Frequently Under-Reported In Routine Visits Despite Its Impact on Quality of Life. Heart Failure Society of America 2017;.
Motiwala S, Castro R, Barghash M, Nayor M, Stevenson L, Desa A, Joyce E, Nohria A, Stewart G, Givertz M, Lakdawala N, Lewis E. Patient-Reported Orthopnea is Associated with Worse Quality of Life Across NYHA Classes. Accepted to American Heart Association Meeting 2017;.