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Eastern Great Lakes Chapter

Ronald G. Schwartz, MD, MS, FACC, FAHA, ABNM, MASNC

Vice President/Secretary

Dr. Schwartz is Professor of Medicine and Imaging Sciences and an Attending Cardiologist. He serves as Director of Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac PET CT at URMC. Dr. Schwartz is an active clinical cardiologist with special interests in nutrition, lipid management and exercise. Dr. Schwartz takes care of patients with cardiovascular diseases who are admitted to Strong Memorial Hospital, and he sees outpatients with cardiovascular disease at the Clinton Crossings Clinic. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease and Nuclear Medicine.

Dr. Schwartz completed his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Rochester. He earned the MS Degree in Human Nutrition from Columbia University, and performed his Masters thesis research on diet and heart disease at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His residency training in internal medicine was completed at the Hennepin County Medical Center of the University of Minnesota. His cardiology, nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine training were completed at Yale University. He is a Founding Member of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology and is Past President of the Cardiovascular Council of the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. His research interests involve optimizing nutritional, lifestyle and medical treatments of coronary heart disease.

Research

Ronald G. Schwartz MD MS FACC FAHA ABNM FASNC is Professor of Medicine and Imaging Sciences and is attending in Cardiovascular Medicine, Imaging and Disease Prevention. He serves as Director of Nuclear Cardiology at URMC and Clinton Crossings, and of Cardiac PET CT at Science Park. Dr. Schwartz is an active clinical cardiologist with special interests in nutrition, lipid management and exercise. Dr. Schwartz is a native of Fort Worth, Texas, grew up in White Plains, NY and completed his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Rochester. He earned the MS Degree in Human Nutrition from Columbia University, and performed his Masters thesis research on diet and heart disease at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His residency training in internal medicine was completed at the Hennepin County Medical Center of the University of Minnesota. His cardiology, nuclear cardiology and nuclear medicine training were completed at Yale University.

Publications & Press

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LVEF reserve: State of the heart is a matter of time, jeopardy and ischemic memory

Optimizing patient centered care in the cardiac intensive care unit: Harness the safety, effectiveness, and incremental value of radionuclide perfusion, function, and molecular imaging

Buccal caffeine strips for reversal of adverse symptoms of vasodilator stress

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