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Andi Shahu, MD, MHS

Clinical Fellow

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Andi Shahu, MD, MHS


Andi Shahu is a clinical fellow in Cardiovascular Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine/Yale New Haven Hospital. He was born in Tirana, Albania and grew up in Washington, DC, USA. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University, his medical degree from the Yale School of Medicine and he completed his Internal Medicine residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is due to return to Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2022-2023 to serve as an Assistant Chief of Service (Chief Resident) for the Osler Medical Residency, and will thereafter return to New Haven in 2023 to complete his Cardiology fellowship. His primary research interest is the intersection between cardiovascular outcomes, health equity and health policy. He also loves traveling, writing, music and running.

Education & Training

  • Resident Physician
    Johns Hopkins Hospital (2021)
  • MD
    Yale School of Medicine (2018)
  • MHS
    Yale School of Medicine (2018)
  • BS
    Johns Hopkins University, Molecular & Cellular Biology, French (2013)

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Senior Resident Teaching AwardJohns Hopkins University Department of Medicine2021
Early Career Investigator Award Semi-FinalistQuality of Care and Outcomes Research2020
ACC.20/WCC Travel AwardPrevention of Cardiovascular Disease Section, American College of Cardiology/World Congress of Cardiology2020
David Levine Award for research achievement in behavioral medicine and health disparitiesJohns Hopkins University Division of General Internal Medicine2018
Miriam Kathleen Dasey AwardYale School of Medicine2018
AFHRE Travel Award for Patient-Oriented or Clinical Research in HypertensionAHA Council on Hypertension / AHA Council on Kidney in Cardiovascular Disease / American Society of Hypertension2017

Professional Service

American Heart AssociationMember2020 - Present