Marcelo di Carli, MD

Co-Director, Cardiovascular Imaging; Section Chief, Nuclear Medicine; Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School

in Who We Are

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Dr. Marcelo di Carli is dedicated to optimizing the use of cardiovascular imaging. He has created a collaboration among radiologists and cardiologists to better determine how different types of imaging will best serve individual patients. His innovative approach earned him the 2007 Hermann Blumgart Award, which is presented by the Society of Nuclear Medicine. Dr. di Carli is national principal investigator for a large, multi-center observational study designed to determine the optimal use of SPECT, PET, PET/CT and CT angiography in evaluating coronary artery disease.

Dr. di Carli received his medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires and post-doctoral training in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease at Sanatorio Guemes/Favaloro Foundation in Buenos Aires. He completed fellowships in nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine at UCLA School of Medicine.

Date Last Modified: January 21, 2011

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