David Baran, MD, Director of Heart Failure and Transplant Research at Newark
Beth Israel Medical Center, graduated from the University of South Florida
College of Medicine and completed his internal medicine residency at Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center, New York City. His specialty training includes a congestive
heart failure clinical/research fellowship and transplant cardiology/mechanical
assist device fellowship both at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center,
as well as a clinical cardiology fellowship at Mount Sinai Medical Center,
New York City.
Dr. Baran is board certified in internal medicine and cardiology and is
certified by the United Network for Organ Sharing as a transplant cardiologist.
He is a skilled invasive cardiologist with special competency in endomyocardial
biopsy and diagnostic angiography. Dr. Baran has special interest in heart
failure treatment trials and immunosuppression research. He has authored
more than 30 peer reviewed articles and has lectured on the topic of heart
failure and transplantation at professional conferences in the United
States and abroad.