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Doctor Edward Miller

Yale School of Medicine, New Haven (United States of America)

My academic background involves basic, translational, and clinical nuclear cardiology investigations, and my clinical practice centers around the evaluation and treatment of patients with infiltrative heart disease (both amyloidosis and sarcoidosis) including developing novel uses for nuclear cardiology imaging in these conditions. My academic endeavors focus on cardiac metabolism, the direction of a nuclear cardiology core laboratory for international multi-center cardiac imaging trials, and investigations in the population health and imaging of cardiac amyloidosis. I received my MD from Loyola University in Chicago, with post-graduate training in internal medicine, cardiology, and cardiovascular research (PhD in Investigative Medicine) at Yale. I am currently an Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale University School of Medicine, where I am the Director of Nuclear Cardiology at Yale-New Haven Hospital and Health System as well as the Direc

PET/CT imaging in cardiac sarcoidosis: diagnosis and therapy monitoring.

Event: ICNC-CT 2021

Topic: Hybrid and Fusion Imaging

Session: PET/CT applications in viability detection, sarcoidosis and vasculitis


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