Speakers: Suzanne Arnold, MD, MHA
Suzanne Arnold, MD, MHA
Clinical Scholar and Noninvasive Cardiologist, Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute
Associate Professor, School of Medicine, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Suzanne Arnold, MD, MHA , is a clinical scholar and noninvasive cardiologist at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and Associate Professor in the School of Medicine at University of Missouri-Kansas City. Her work involves a broad range of research questions within the field of cardiovascular outcomes, with a focus on the health status of patients with valvular heart disease, chronic coronary disease, and diabetes.
Dr. Arnold graduated with degrees in molecular genetics, mathematics, and economics and continued training in medicine at The Ohio State University. She graduated from Ohio State in 2004 with a joint degree in medicine (MD) with a specialization in aging and a masters of health administration. After completing internal medicine and cardiology training at Washington University in St. Louis, she completed a research fellowship in cardiovascular outcomes funded by the American Heart Association. Dr. Arnold joined the cardiovascular outcomes research group at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Association as faculty in 2012 and has continued her research on the health status outcomes of patients with cardiovascular disease and is supported by a Career Development K23 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.