Tarun Mathur, M.D. | Cardiology

Location

Bryn Mawr Medical Arts Pavilion
825 Old Lancaster Road
Suite 400
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Fax: (610) 527-0643

Education & Training

Fellowship
2007-2010
Lankenau Hospital – Wynnewood, PA
Cardiology

Residency
2002-2005
Brown Medical School – Rhode Island Hospital/Miriam Hospital Providence, RI
Internal Medicine

Medical Education
1998-2002
Thomas Jefferson University Medical College – Philadelphia, PA
M.D., May 2002

Graduate Education
1997-1998
Columbia University – New York, NY
M.S. in Nutrition, August 1998

Undergraduate Education
1993-1997
Columbia University – School of Engineering and Applied Sciences New York, NY
B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, May 1997

Areas of Clinical Interest

Cardio Oncology

Sports Cardiology

Echocardiography

Nuclear Cardiology

Cardiac Stress Testing and Lipid Management

Community/Team Clinical Affiliations

Fellow of the ACC (FACC – Fellow of the American College of Cardiology) and AMA (American Medical Association).  Board Certified in Internal Medicine.

Simon’s Heart, Local Medical Board (https://simonsheart.org/)

Gerhard Society Committee Member

Honors

  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2019 – #1 Cardiologist
  • Philadelphia Magazine – Top Doctors 2019
  • Philadelphia Magazine – Top Doctors 2018
  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2018
  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2017 – #1 Cardiologist
  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2016
  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2015 – #1 Cardiologist
  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2014
  • Main Line Today – Top Docs 2013
  • Internal Medicine Residents’ Award to the Best Teacher – Lankenau Hospital Attending Staff (2006)

Research

Lankenau Hospital 2008-Present
“Brugada Syndrome Unmasked by Fever – Is There Always a Need For Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator Placement?” Research Advisor: Li Zhang, MD.

Rhode Island Hospital 2004-2005
Correlation of cardiac output with vascular attenuation values on computed tomography pulmonary embolism examination using cardiac MRI to assess cardiac output. Research Advisor: Michael Atalay, MD.

Rhode Island Hospital 2003-2005
EVEREST – A multicenter trial of a vasopressin antagonist in an inpatient population with acute congestive heart failure exacerbations. Research Advisor: Daniel Levine, MD.

Rhode Island Hospital 2003-2005
Patent Foramen Ovale – Parameters of patent foramen ovale in enabling percutaneous closure. Secondary analysis of patent foramen ovale in relation to embolic phenomenon. Research Advisor: Athena Poppas, MD.

Columbia University 1997-1998
Master’s thesis
“In vitro mechanisms of xenobiotic-induced Parkinsonism: Interaction with cellular iron uptake.” Research Advisor: Dr. Graziano.

Abstracts

Jihong Guo, MD, Yaxun Sun, MD, PhD, Bortolo Martini, MD, Tarun Mathur, MD, Gan-Xin Yan, MD, PhD, Peter R. Kowey, MD and Li Zhang, MD “Brugada Syndrome Unmasked by Fever – Is There Always a Need For Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator Placement?”.
Poster presentation, Heart Rhythm Society. National Meeting. 2009.

Mathur T, MD, Ellison K, MD “Palpitations In A 20 Year-Old Athlete”.
Submitted to American College of Physicians – American Society of Internal Medicine. National Chapter. 2005.

Mathur T, MD, Koff J, MD, Stein M, MD “Do Not Do This At Home – A Presentation of Chemical Colitis”.
Poster presentation, American College of Physicians – American Society of Internal Medicine, RI Chapter. 2003.

Koff J, MD, Mathur T, MD, Barrow V, MD, Stein M, MD “A Deceiving Presentation of HSV Encephalitis?”.
Poster presentation, American College of Physicians – American Society of Internal Medicine, RI Chapter. 2003.

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