Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Krishna aims to harness human genetic variation for the study of coronary artery disease and related cardiovascular risk factors. His particular interest lies in the clinical translation of human genetic data to improve risk stratification for primary and secondary cardiovascular prevention. He has been involved with basic science investigations in atherosclerosis as an undergraduate at Harvard College, clinical outcomes research of acute coronary syndrome patients during medical school at the University of Michigan, and cardiovascular genetic epidemiology as an internal medicine resident at the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently a cardiology fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital.