Paul R. Cipriano, M.D.
Dr. Paul R. Cipriano | Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology; Radiology
Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiologist who directs the angiography and non-invasive vascular labs at Sequoia Hospital. His interests include cardiac and vascular diagnostic studies and procedures (doppler/ultrasound, CT and MR angiography, catheter angiography) and interventions (angioplasty, atherectomy, stents, thrombolysis, aortic stent grafts, interventional oncology, fibroid embolization and central venous lines and ports).
Dr. Cipriano received his undergraduate degree from Occidental College and his medical training at Tulane University, Philadelphia General Hospital—University of Pennsylvania, and the New York Hospital— Cornell Medical Center. While on the faculty at Stanford University he was an Andrew Mellon fellow and a James Picker Foundation Scholar in Diagnostic Radiologic Research. He has authored and co-authored 50 scientific articles and book chapters on cardiac and vascular disease and interventions.
Dr. Cipriano is a fellow of the Society of Interventional Radiology, the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology, the North American Society of Cardiac Imaging, the Society of Cardiac Imaging and Interventions, the Western Angiographic and Intervention Society.
Pathology of Congenital Cardiovascular Disease
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
The New York Hospital
Cornel Medical Center
Residency, Diagnostic Radiology
Philadelphia General Hospital
University of Pennsylvania Division
Internship, Internal Medicine
- Tulane University School of Medicine
American Board of Radiology
Specialty: Diagnostic Radiology
Redwood City, CA
San Jose, CA
Regional Medical Center of San Jose
San Jose, CA
Dr. Cipriano is a member of the following professional organizations:
- Society of Interventional Radiology
- American Heart Association
- Council on Cardiovascular Radiology
- North American Society of Cardiac Imaging
- American College of Cardiology
- Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions
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