Ranked seventh in the nation for heart and heart surgery programs by U.S. News & World Report, the Division of Cardiac Surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine's Department of Surgery is widely respected throughout the nation as an innovator and leader. The division's success is built upon three main areas: education, research and clinical care through Feinberg-affiliated hospitals.
What We Do
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The Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute - Clinical Trials Unit is a centralized research unit dedicated to supporting our investigators performing high-quality cardiovascular clinical research. Our investigators are practicing physicians who see the firsthand results of innovate treatments. Northwestern Medicine physicians address the prevention and treatment of heart and vascular disease through the investigation of new technologies, drugs and devices that ultimately translate into the best patient care. The unit staff provide the infrastructure to support these initiatives while ensuring compliance with federal, state and institutional regulations, policies and procedures to project the safety of our research participants.
Our faculty provide comprehensive surgical solutions for a wide range of cardiac diseases across the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute and Northwestern Medicine. In the most recently released U.S. News & World Report rankings, we are ranked the seventh Cardiology and Heart Surgery program in the nation and have been among the top 10 nation’s most elite programs for five straight years. We are the highest ranked cardiology and heart surgery program in Illinois for 12 straight years.
Meet Our Team
Professor of Surgery (Cardiac Surgery) and McCormick School of Engineering
Professor of Surgery (Cardiac Surgery)