MD, PhD, FACC
Dr. Kamdar is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Cardiovascular Division of the Department of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. She received her M.D. from the University of Minnesota Medical School. She completed her training in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease at the University of Minnesota through the Physician-Scientist Training Pathway, in which she pursued a Ph.D. in Integrative Biology and Physiology. She completed her advanced heart failure, heart transplant, and mechanical circulatory support fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. Her clinical and research interests focus on cardiomyopathy associated with neuromuscular disorders, such as muscular dystrophies, and clinical and translational research in mechanical circulatory support.
Cardiac Calcium Regulation Muscular Dystrophy Associated Cardiomyopathy Human induced pluripotent stem cell research Myocardial structural proteins Mechanical circulatory support Kamdar Lab Website
Advanced heart failure, Advanced hemodynamic support, Cardiac transplant/Mechanical Circulatory Support, Heart failureHeart transplantation and regeneration, Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, Mechanical circulatory support, Muscular dystrophy associated cardiomyopathy, Right ventricular dysfunction, Women's heart health