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Columbia Set to Lead TCT 2023

Columbia Interventional Cardiologists will once again lead this year’s Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) Conference, held October 23–26 in San Francisco, CA. Now in its 35th year, the conference is the Cardiovascular Research Foundation's (CRF) annual scientific symposium and the world's leading forum for advancing the field of interventional cardiovascular medicine.

Columbia Lecturers and Moderators

Vratika Agarwal, MD

Russell A. Brandwein, PA

David Brogno, MD

Khady Fall, MD

Isaac George, MD

Rebecca T. Hahn, MD

Babak Hassid, MD

Christopher Irobunda, MD

Ajay J. Kirtane, MD

Susheel K. Kodali, MD

Lauren LaMura, PA

Mark Lebehn, MD

Martin B. Leon, MD

Mahesh V. Madhavan, MD

Akiko Maehara, MD

Margaret B. McEntegart, MD

Ari Mintz, DO

Jeffery W. Moses, MD

Tamim N. Nazif, MD

Vivian G. Ng, MD

Sahil A. Parikh, MD

Luigi Pirelli, MD, FACC

Megha Prasad, MD

Sonal Pruthi, MBBS

Allan Schwartz, MD

Sanjum S. Sethi, MD

Robert J. Sommer, MD

Torsten P. Vahl, MD

Giora Weisz, MD

About TCT

Founded by Martin B. Leon, MD, TCT attracts thousands of attendees seeking to engage with thought-leaders from the cardiology and medical communities and learn about the latest innovations and developments in interventional cardiovascular medicine. TCT highlights major research breakthroughs in cardiovascular medicine and brings together researchers and clinicians from around the nation and the world to explore the latest evidence-based research and encourage collaboration and the exchange of ideas.

About CRF

For over 30 years, the Cardiovascular Research Foundation has focused on identifying, developing, and promoting the latest advancements in the treatment of heart and vascular disease. Research at CRF is driven by three goals: innovation, investigation, and education. By refining and accelerating the process that brings breakthrough therapies to patients, CRF aims to improve survival and quality of life for people suffering from heart and vascular disease.