Department of Pathology Diagnostic Services

Cardiac Pathology

The department has extensive experience in cardiac and cardiac transplant pathology. The laboratory reviews more than 2200 cardiovascular specimens each year, including cardiomyopathy and post-transplant heart biopsies, hearts and cardiac valve explants, aneurysms, and biopsies of blood vessels. There is also extensive experience in the pathology of congenital heart diseases.

The faculty includes Charles Marboe, M.D. and Matthias Szabolcs, M.D.

In addition to diagnostic cardiac pathology, the faculty is actively involved in research projects. Major areas of interest include cardiac transplant pathology, non-invasive monitoring of post-transplant status, evaluation of experimental drug and stem cell therapies for cardiac allograft rejection, myocardial infarcts and arrhythmias in animal models, and the molecular biology of cardiovascular development and heart failure.

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Columbia University
Department of Pathology
630 W. 168th Street
Box #23
New York, NY 10032
Phone 212-305-6719
Fax 212-305-2301

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Columbia University
Department of Pathology
630 W. 168th Street
VC14-215
New York, NY 10032

The New York Presbyterian Hospital
at Columbia University
Medical Center
622 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032
(212) 305-2500
Web Site: www.nyp.org

Physician Referral
1-877-NYP-WELL

Pediatric Cardiology

New York-Presbyterian Transplant Institute

The Division of Cardiology in the Dept of Medicine

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