Dr. Srinivas Iyengar was born and raised in New Jersey. He completed his
undergraduate degree at Rutgers University. He attended medical school
at Ross University, with subsequent internal medicine training (including
a year as Chief Resident) at the Jewish Hospital/University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Iyengar completed a heart failure/transplantation fellowship and a
general cardiology fellowship under the tutelage of Dr. William Abraham
at the Ohio State University. He then completed a two-year advanced interventional
cardiology/peripheral vascular fellowship at Columbia University.
Dr. Iyengar was in practice for eight years in Florida where he created/directed
two separate TAVR programs, as well as spearheading the mitraclip and
Watchman LAA occlusion programs in his respective hospitals. Dr. Iyengar
has authored numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters. He
has performed hundreds of TAVR, mitraclip, and Watchman/LAA occlusion
device procedures over the last five years and is currently very active
in structural cardiology device research.