Njeri Thande, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Cardiology); Director Cardiac Diagnostic Unit and Echocardiography Lab, SRC Campus, Cardiovascular Medicine

Departments & Organizations

Internal Medicine: Cardiovascular Medicine

Yale Medicine

Biography

Dr. Njeri Thande received her Internal Medicine training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University in New York City and her Cardiovascular Medicine training at the University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Before coming to Yale, she was an Assistant Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at Albert Einstein Medical School/Montefiore Hospital. She practices general cardiology, with a focus on prevention, and has a special interest in cardiovascular disease in patients with HIV. Her practice focuses on addressing social and economic determinants of cardiac health. She is the Director of the Cardiac Diagnostic Unit and Echocardiography Lab at the Yale New Haven Health St. Raphael's campus. She is the co-director of the Homeostasis (cardiovascular, renal and pulmonary physiology and pathophysiology) integrated course for first year medical students at Yale Medical School. Her educational mission is to integrate sex and gender medicine into the traditional medical school curriculum.

Education & Training

MD University of Michigan Medical School (2004)
BA Columbia University, Neuroscience (1998)
Fellowship University of Michigan Health System
Residency New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University
Board Certification AB of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease (2011)

Activities

  • Lecture New Haven, United States (2018)

  • Lecture New York, United States (2014)

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