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Marina Cerrone

Marina Cerrone MD

Research Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiology and Co-Director of the Inherited Arrhythmias Clinic, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY

Dr. Marina Cerrone is a Research Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiology and Co-Director of the Inherited Arrhythmias Clinic at the New York University School of Medicine.

Dr. Cerrone is a graduate of the University of Pavia Medical School, where she also completed her Fellowship in Cardiology and Clinical Electrophysiology and a research fellowship under the mentorship of Dr. Silvia Priori. She came to the United States in 2005 for postdoctoral training under the direction of Dr. Jose Jalife first at SUNY Syracuse and then at the University of Michigan. In 2008, Dr. Cerrone joined NYU School of Medicine to participate in the establishment of the newly founded Cardiovascular Genetics Program. Dr. Cerrone’s clinical interest is in the evaluation of patients affected by genetically mediated arrhythmias. Her research focuses on animal models of inherited arrhythmias, new candidate genes and novel risk stratification approaches for channelopathies and cardiomyopathies. She is the recipient of a Scientist Development Grant from the American Heart Association to pursue her studies on genotype-phenotype correlations in patients with Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy.

Disclosures

Dr. Cerrone reports no disclosures.