Partho Sengupta, MD
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Medicine, Cardiology
Specialties:Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine
Partho P. Sengupta is the Director of Cardiac Ultrasound Research and Core Lab and an Associate Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at Mount Sinai’s Zena and Michael A. Wiener Cardiovascular Institute and the Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Center for Cardiovascular Health.
Dr Sengupta graduated as a cardiology fellow from All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi and then completed his clinical residency and cardiology fellowship from Mayo Clinic Rochester and Arizona respectively. He has over 100 peer-reviewed publications that have focused on the analysis of structure, function, and flow patterns in the cardiovascular system. The primary goal of his research is to detect early stages of cardiovascular disease using state-of-the-art cardiac ultrasound technologies.
Prior to his move to Mount Sinai New York, he served as the Director of Noninvasive Cardiology and Cardiac Imaging at University of California, Irvine. He is an Associate Editor for the Journal of American College of cardiology: Imaging and currently serves as a Board of Director for the American Society of Echocardiography and as the Chair of the 2013 ASE World Summit on Echocardiography.
He has won several excellence awards including ASE's Young Investigator Award in 2004, Mayo Clinic Research Award in 2007, Mayo Brother's Distinguished Fellowship Award in 2009 and AACIO Young Investigator Award in 2010. He was awarded ASE's 14th Feigenbaum Lecturership for recognizing his significant contributions to research in the field of echocardiography and his potential to continue at a high level of achievement. He delivered ASE’s first-ever presentation using hologram technology at The American Society of Echocardiography's 2013 24th Annual Scientific Sessions on July 1 inMinneapolis, Minnesota. His futuristic ideas, investigative skills and international work have been widely acclaimed by major media outlets including heart.org and Forbes.
American Board of Internal Medicine