Posts by J. Sawalla Guseh, MD
Medical Grand Rounds: Sports Cardiology, Pregnancy and Future Cardiovascular Health
In a Cardiology Medical Grand Rounds presentation, Michael Honigberg, MD, MPP, and James Sawalla Guseh, MD, of the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, presented on the implications of pregnancy history for preventive cardiovascular care and the emerging discipline of sports cardiology.
Plasma Proteins Influence the Impact of Exercise Intensity on Cardiovascular Health
The human plasma proteome is responsive to physical activity in a "dose-dependent" manner and might present novel targets for cardiovascular disease therapies.
What Is Your New Year's Resolution?
Massachusetts General Hospital cardiologists were asked what their 2019 New Year's resolution is regarding their research and care. In this video, they give a variety of answers.
#AHA18: Scientific Sessions in Summary
Mass General physicians answer the question: "What was the most interesting topic presented at this year's Scientific Sessions?"
Dr. J. Sawalla Guseh, II is cardiologist whose primary interests include the treatment of patients, professionals, and athletes with varied forms of heart disease. He directs fellowship training within the Cardiovascular Performance Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Heart Center. Dr. Guseh received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA) and then completed internal medicine training, cardiovascular disease fellowship training, and sports cardiology fellowship training at the Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, MA). He served as Chief Medical Resident of the Mass General Internal Medicine Training Program. His honors and awards include the 2015 Roman W. DeSanctis Clinical Scholar Award, the 2017 American Heart Association’s Laennec Young Clinician Award.