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Dr. Harmony Reynolds is Associate Professor of Medicine at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, where she directs the Sarah Ross Soter Center for Women’s Cardiovascular Research and is associate director of the Cardiovascular Clinical Research Center. Dr. Reynolds’ research career has been focused on mechanisms and outcomes of cardiovascular disease in women and testing of treatment strategies for ischemic heart disease in clinical trials. She is particularly well known for her work in myocardial infarction with non-obstructive coronary arteries (MINOCA) and stable ischemic heart disease with nonobstructive coronary arteries (INOCA). Dr. Reynolds is the associate director of the clinical coordinating center (CCC) for the NHLBI-funded, international, multi-center ISCHEMIA trial. In addition, she is the principal investigator of the CIAO-ISCHEMIA study, an international, multi-center, NHLBI-funded study researching the relationship between changes in symptoms and changes in stress test results over time in patients with INOCA. Dr. Reynolds’ clinical efforts include general cardiology practice, with a focus on cardiovascular disease in women, and supervision of fellows in the Bellevue Hospital cardiology clinic. She received her medical degree from NYU School of Medicine and completed her training in internal medicine and cardiology at NYU and Bellevue Hospital.
Dr. Hausvater is a cardiology fellow at NYU who does clinical research focused on heart disease in women. She completed her internal medicine training at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Prior to starting fellowship she completed a two year American Heart Association sponsored research fellowship studying myocardial infarction in women.
Dr. Samrachana Adhikari is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics in the Department of Population Health, NYU Groossman School of Medicine. Dr. Adhikari joined NYU after a PhD in statistics at Carnegie Mellon University and postdoctoral research fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Her research interests lie in developing and implementing statistical and machine learning tools to solve problems motivated by real-world applications in medicine, global health and education. Dr. Adhikari is the recipient of 2020 Johnson & Johnson Women in Stem award, and has published her interdisciplinary research across statistical, medical and policy journals.
Dr. Eduardo Iturrate is an Internal Medicine trained hospitalist and Board Certified Clinical Informaticist who serves as the Health IT Safety Officer, the Medical Director for Enterprise Data and Analytics and Clinical Director of DataCore at the NYU Langone Health.
As Health IT Safety Officer, Dr. Iturrate works with Clinical leadership, Patient Safety leaderhship, and Risk Management to addresses Health IT issues that are identified as causal or contributory to patient safety events throughout the health system.
As Medical Director for Enterprise Data and Analytics and Clinical Director of DataCore, Dr. Iturrate provides clinical oversight over the processes related to addressing reporting and analytics needs that arise from clinical operations, clinical research and quality improvement communities at NYULH.