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Cesar Caraballo-Cordovez, MD

Postdoctoral Associate

Biography

Cesar was born in Medellin, Colombia, where he studied Medicine at the University of Antioquia. During medical school, he was member of the Clinical Epidemiology Academic Group, participating on several sepsis-related observational studies. After obtaining his MD degree in 2017, Cesar worked in a rural emergency department for nearly a year, where he faced diverse clinical and public health challenges that motivated him to investigate on health care access and quality of care. Additionally, in 2018 he graduated from the Harvard Medical School Global Clinical Scholars Research Training Program. As an aspiring cardiologist, Cesar research interests are patient-centered outcomes and quality of care in cardiovascular diseases.

Education & Training

  • Student
    Harvard Medical School (2018)
  • MD
    University of Antioquia (2017)

Activities

  • ASSOCIATION OF AGE AND BLOOD PRESSURE AMONG 3.2 MILLION ADULTS: INSIGHTS FROM MILLION PERSONS PROJECT
    2020 ACC Meeting. 2020
    ASSOCIATION OF AGE AND BLOOD PRESSURE AMONG 3.2 MILLION ADULTS: INSIGHTS FROM MILLION PERSONS PROJECT
  • Clinical Implication of Diabetes Among Patients with Left Ventricular Assist Devices
    2020 ACC Meeting 2020
    Clinical Implication of Diabetes Among Patients with Left Ventricular Assist Devices
  • Non-inferiority Trials With A Primary Surrogate Endpoint: An Increasing Phenotype In Cardiovascular Trials
    Virtual Meeting 2020
    Non-inferiority Trials With A Primary Surrogate Endpoint: An Increasing Phenotype In Cardiovascular Trials
  • Burden and Consequences of Financial Hardship From Medical Bills Among Nonelderly Adults With Diabetes Mellitus in the United States
    Philadelphia, PA, United States 2019
    Burden and Consequences of Financial Hardship From Medical Bills Among Nonelderly Adults With Diabetes Mellitus in the United States

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
JACC: Heart Failure 2019 Young Author Award Honorable MentionThe American College of Cardiology2020