Boulder Heart welcomes
Dr. Srinivas Iyengar, a board-certified cardiologist who is fellowship trained in cardiovascular
medicine and interventional cardiology, including Transcatheter Aortic
Valve Replacement (TAVR) — a new minimally invasive procedure for
treating severe aortic stenosis.
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.