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Inside the Studio features interviews with special guests visiting The Texas Heart Institute’s TV studio. From international leaders in the fields of cardiovascular medicine to pioneering scientists to community leaders near and far, the Inside the Studio interviews amplify current trends in research and education related to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart and vascular disease.
Inside the Studio w/ Dr. Joseph Rogers | Dr. Joseph Galati
On episode 32 of Inside the Studio, Dr. Joseph Rogers sits down with Joseph S. Galati, MD to delve into the connection between MASLD/MASH (formerly fatty liver disease) and heart disease. They also discuss the non-pharmacologic approaches to treatment like diet and exercise.
Inside the Studio w/ Dr. Nikolaos Diakos | Dr. Matthew W. Martinez
On episode 23 of Inside the Studio, Dr. Nikolaos Diakos sits down with Matthew W. Martinez, MD to discuss "Shared Decision Making in Athletes – Has the Data Changed the Sudden Cardiac Death Landscape?"
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Inside the Studio w/ Dr. Joseph G. Rogers | Dr. Adrian F. Hernandez
Join us Inside the Studio as Dr. Joseph G. Rogers interviews special guests visiting The Texas Heart Institute to explore new developments in cardiovascular care. This week, we had the honor of hosting Adrian F. Hernandez, MD after his Cardiology Grand Rounds "Bending the Curve: Having the Trial ...