Ravi Ramana, DO, FACC
Ravi Ramana, DO, FACC is the Council Chair of Structural Heart Disease for CorVita Science Foundation (CSF).
Dr. Ramana graduated from the University of Michigan with Class Honors in 1998. He received his medical degree from Midwestern University in 2002, and completed his internal medicine residency, cardiovascular medicine fellowship and interventional cardiology fellowship at Loyola University Medicine Center.
Dr. Ramana specializes in coronary diagnostic and interventional procedures. His special interests include newer percutananeous therapies for valve disease, including Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR). Currently, he serves as the Medical Director of the Multi-disciplinary Valve Program at Advocate Christ Medical Center and is a lead investigator on a number of national research trials evaluating these newer therapies.
He has published in peer-reviewed original manuscripts and two comprehensive book chapters in cardiovascular medicine textbooks. Dr. Ramana has served as faculty and presented at national cardiovascular meetings including TCT, AHA, and SCAI.