Cardiovascular Fellows

PGY-4

Chana RajdeepRajdeep Chana, DO

Hometown: Manassas, Virginia
Undergrad School: Pitzer College
Medical School: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Cleveland Clinic
What drew me to Cardiology: The science of cardiology has always felt very intuitive to me since medical school. I had the great privilege to do my Internal Medicine training at the Cleveland Clinic where, under the mentorship and guidance of renowned cardiologists, I took care of patients with complex and sometimes critical cardiac diseases. It was truly amazing to see how physiology of the disease process informs medical decision making. I am equally impressed by the abundance of clinical trials that support most of the decisions made in cardiology, which continues to be an evolving field on the cutting edge.
What do I like to do in my free time: Going for a walk, reading, watching movies, eating out at different restaurants.
 

Murphy RyanRyan Murphy, DO

Hometown: North Wales, PA
Undergrad School: Villanova University
Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Lehigh Valley Health Network
What drew me to Cardiology: I enjoy Cardiology as it is as challenging as it is rewarding. It is a constantly evolving specialty that requires excellent procedural and clinical skillsets with many interesting subspecialties to pursue. I am particularly interested in Cardiac Critical Care and enjoy observing real-time improvements in a patient's hemodynamics because of my interventions.
What do I like to do in my free time: Going to the gym, reading Sci-fi/Fantasy novels, cooking, exploring the outdoors and finding new restaurants to enjoy.


PGY-5

Amit Shah, DOAmit Shah, DO

Hometown: Edison, NJ
Undergrad School: Rutgers University
Medical School: Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: Morristown Medical Center
What drew me to Cardiology: I had an interest in Cardiac Critical Care and a background in Public Health.
What do I like to do in my free time: Gym, spending time with friends and family, travel.
 

Hao Yang, MDHao Yang, MD

Hometown: Carmel, IN
Undergrad School: Washington University in St. Louis
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
Residency: St. Vincent Health
What drew me to Cardiology: What drew me to Cardiology is its balance between academic rigor and hands-on learning. I thoroughly enjoy the intellectual challenges that the field of Cardiology demands and learning about all aspects of cardiovascular diseases.
What do I like to do in my free time: Playing my cello, going hiking, camping, playing/watching basketball, football. I also like to find and dine in hole-in-the-wall restaurants around town. I recently picked up skiing!


PGY-6

Michael Bianco, MDMichael Bianco, MD

Hometown: East Williston, NY
Undergrad School: Johns Hopkins University
Medical School: Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Residency: Greenwich Hospital Yale New Haven Health
What drew me to Cardiology: My younger brother was born with congenital heart defects associated with Down Syndrome and from a very early age I enjoyed learning about both the normal and abnormal cardiovascular system. I took a fairly circuitous route to Cardiology but still enjoy learning about all things cardiac as I did when I was younger.
What do I like to do in my free time: Spending time with my wife and children. I love all things outdoors and any sort of DIY home project. I'm a big fan of anything with an engine or mechanical, especially all things automotive, and love working on my own cars.


 Aadil Lodhi, MDAadil Lodhi, MD

Hometown: Fayetteville, NC
Undergrad School: East Carolina University
Medical School: Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Residency: UAB-Huntsville
What drew me to Cardiology: I was drawn to Cardiology early on due to its strong connection with physics. I was a physics major during undergrad, and I soon became to realize Cardiology, in many ways, was applied physics. From cardiac physiology to echocardiography, nuclear stress testing, and even EKGs - it is basically all physics. Cardiology brought together my passion for medicine and helping others, with my love of physics.
What do I like to do in my free time: Spending time with my family, reading, running, basketball, mountain biking, cooking.