As one of the leading resources for cardiovascular research, our work and our faculty have been recognized with numerous awards and accolades. More importantly, the dissemination of our work through publications, at conferences and through our global connections has a continuous global impact on how patients are treated. Together with The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and our vast web of resources, we hope to make a positive, lasting imprint on the treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease.
Since our Center’s inception in 2010, we have created in-house databases for multicenter international registries and randomized controlled trials and have produced over 700 clinically-relevant manuscripts and publications. As investigators, fellows and exchange research scholars go through study experiences with us, the volume of our high impact publications grows ever larger, creating opportunities for far reaching education.
Publications are tracked from initial concept proposals, through development, drafting and editing phases. We provide central coordination of manuscript submissions and revisions, including all aspects of manuscript formatting and completion of online paperwork requirements. We maintain active libraries of references, slides and figures as well as a current database of author contacts, DOI documents and resolution.
Our work has been published in the highest-impact journals including;
- New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
- The Lancet
- Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
- Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)
Education and Implementation
Our faculty, fellows and research scholars not only present regularly at major cardiovascular conferences around the world, but our center also develops novel educational programs which help to shape the landscape of global cardiovascular care. Examples include online and live programs for practicing physicians and allied health professionals, as well as think tank programs which bring key stakeholders together for shared learning and innovative decision making.
Therapeutic-specific preceptorships on site at Mount Sinai provide our industry colleagues with an opportunity to engage with our world-renowned faculty, participate in meaningful dialogue and gather a real world understanding of practice environments.
In order to capture the attention of today's healthcare providers, we understand that short, impactful, and often digital education is an effective means of widely disseminating new information. Projects like our upcoming Lancet Women and Cardiovascular Disease Commission will be distributed both in print and digitally.
Mount Sinai is a Jointly Accredited Provider of ACCME, ANCC and ACPE continuing education credits.
For more information on our Educational Services contact:
Rebecca Ortega, Director of Strategic Development
Awards and Honors
Our faculty at the Center for Interventional Cardiovascular Research and Clinical Trials are world renowned clinicians, researchers and teachers. Of the many awards and honors received over the years, the most recent recognitions include:
Roxana Mehran, MD
- 2019 Most Cited Researchers - Top 1%, Clarivate Analytics
- ESC Silver Medal and ESC Andreas Grüntzig Lecture plaque
- Award Recipient, Ellis Island Medal of Honors, May 2019
- Wenger Award for Excellence in Medical Leadership, May 2018
- Named one of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds”–Thomas Reuters, 2014
- Bernadine Healy Leadership in Women’s CV Disease Award – American College of Cardiology, 2017
George Dangas, MD, PhD
- Senior Faculty Council Award, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, 2020
- Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award - Marquis Who's Who, 2018
- Distinguished Teacher Award - American College of Cardiology, 2017
"At Mount Sinai, we have the unique ability to execute global research studies within an academic framework. This provides a one-two punch for our partners who know that we deliver the highest quality academic output while maintaining high touch with our sites around the world."
– Rebecca Ortega