Biography

Muhammad Chaudhry finished his Internal Medicine residency at Long Island College Hospital/State University of New York. Then completed Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology fellowship training at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center New York. He was actively involved in clinical research and education of medical residents and students. He has published various articles and presented in many clinical meetings and conferences. He won many researcher awards. He was awarded Intern of the Year and Resident of the Year award during his training. He has served as chief medical resident and core faculty member in Internal Medicine residency programs. He is a co-author of the textbook, Practical Manual of Echocardiography in Urgent Setting. He has seven board certifications including Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, Vascular Interpretation, Interventional Cardiology, and Endovascular Intervention. His area of interest is coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, cardiac arrhythmias, heart failure, coronary intervention, peripheral vascular disease, and venous disease.

Education & Training

Internal Medicine Residency at Long Island College Hospital/State University of New York. 2006-2009
Chief Medical Resident 2009-2010
Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center New York, NY. 2010-2013
Clinical Assistant Professor and Core Faculty member at Good Shepherd Medical Center Longview, TX. 2013-2016
Interventional Cardiology Fellowship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center New York, NY. 2016-2017
Clinical Associated Professor at UT Health Science Center at Tyler. 2017-present

Research Interest

Coronary and peripheral vascular intervention

Courses Taught

Internal medicine, cardiovascular disease ​and peripheral vascular disease