Salah Altarabsheh


Dr Salah Altarabsheh is a Jordanian born, board certified in cardiac surgery, who is currently working as a consultant cardiac surgeon in Queen Alia Heart Institute, Jordan .Salah had his advanced cardiac surgery training for two years in full time at the Mayo Clinic Foundation, Rochester, MN as well as one full year time at Texas Heart Institute, Houston, TX.Scientifically he is being interested in new advances in mitral valve repair as well as coronary arterial revascularization.Salah has outstanding records of scientific and academic accomplishments that include numerous publications in highly prestigious journals and various presentations in both national and international conferences and had been awarded for his research achievements.

Research Interests:

  • Ischemic Heart Disease and surgical revascularization
  • Valvular heart disease and dysfunctions
  • Heart failure and transplant therapy
  • Cardiac pharmacology
  • Basic sciences in cardiovascular medicine

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