I am Dr. Ahmed Saleh, a fellow in cardiovascular Medicine at Beth Israel Lahey Health, Tufys University in the Boston Area. I obtained a bachelor degree in medicine and surgery from University of Alexandria, Egypt. I then worked for a year as a post-doctoral research fellow in the cardiology department at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University. Following that, I completed my residency in internal medicine at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, Tufts University. I am board certified in internal medicine in the United States and I’m currently a second year fellow in cardiovascular medicine. I am an author of several peer reviewed publications, including ones in the European Heart Journal and JACC EP. I am a member of the American College of Cardiology (ACC), American Heart Association (AHA) and American College of Physicians (ACP). I am a member of the Egyptian Syndicate for Physicians. I received several awards in resident teaching.
I am interested in the field of preventative cardiology, coronary artery disease as well as advanced cardiac imaging. My current research focuses on the role of FFRCt in assessment of stable coronary artery disease. I am also working on evaluating the role of echocardiography and cardiac MRI in evaluating hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.