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Amanda Siqueira MD

Amanda R. O. Siqueira MD

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Division of Preventive Medicine, Brigham and Women´s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts; Cardiologist, Paulista Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, São Paulo, Brazil

Dr. Amanda R. O. Siqueira is a current Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Division of Preventive Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Born and raised in Goiania, Brazil, Dr. Siqueira later moved to São Paulo, Brazil, where she earned her medical degree and completed both her internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship. She then joined the cardiology and investigator team at the Paulista Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases and the Institute of Clinical Research in São Paulo, Brazil.

Since 2023, she has been a Teaching Assistant for the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research Program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her clinical practice focuses on general and preventive cardiology, as well as sports cardiology. She has diverse research interests that include cardiovascular disease prevention, cardiometabolic health, exercise-induced cardiac remodeling, sex and gender-based cardiology, cardiovascular risk in gender-affirming therapies, and cardiovascular health disparities. Additionally, she practices holistic medicine, studies neuroscience, consciousness, and spirituality, and advocates for improving science research and education in her home country.


Dr. Siqueira has no relevant disclosures.