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Stendahl selected for ASNC leadership development program

April 19, 2021
by Elisabeth Reitman

John Stendahl, MD, PhD, an instructor at the Yale School of Medicine’s Section of Cardiovascular Medicine, has been selected for the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) Leadership Development Program.

The ASNC’s two-year mentorship program prepares future leaders of the society and the field of nuclear cardiology. Former Yale participants include Cesia Gallegos Kattan, MD.

Stendahl’s research and clinical interests focus on non-invasive imaging approaches for early-stage disease detection and guided therapy. In addition, he treats patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy at the Cardiomyopathy Inherited Cardiovascular Disease Program by utilizing aspects of cardiovascular physiology, cardiac imaging, and bioengineering.

Stendahl completed advanced fellowships in clinical and translational cardiovascular imaging at Yale and has been mentored by Albert Sinusas, MD and Edward J Miller, MD, PhD. He received his PhD in engineering from Northwestern University in 2005 and graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School in 2011.

Submitted by Elisabeth Reitman on April 19, 2021