Dr. Ramesh Daggubati serves as the Associate Chief of Cardiology and Director of Structural Heart Disease at West Virginia University School of Medicine. Prior to joining WVU he was the Associate Chief of Cardiology at NYU Winthrop Hospital, interim Chief of Cardiology and Clinical Professor at Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University.
Dr. Daggubati is board certified in Interventional Cardiology, Cardiovascular Medicine and Internal Medicine. He is skilled in all aspects of interventional cardiology including atrial septal defect and patent foramen ovale closure, percutaneous aortic and mitral valve replacement or repair, percutaneous ventricular assist devices such as Impella, Tandem Heart, ECMO, pulmonary embolectomy, peripheral and complex coronary interventions. He performs transradial interventions and has proctored many physicians across the country and world. He has developed algorithms for management of cardiogenic shock that is used at multiple institutions around the country.
He earned his medical degree from Kasturba Medical College in India at a very young age of 21. His post-graduate training continued in Internal Medicine at Kasturba Medical College, India, senior residency in Neurology at Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences, India, research fellowship in Echocardiography at Loma Linda University VA medical center, Jamaica Hospital Medical Center as an Internal Medicine Resident, Winthrop University Hospital as a Cardiology Fellow, and Yale University-Bridgeport Hospital as an Interventional Cardiology Fellow.
Dr. Daggubati serves as a Trustee for The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI). He also is the Chair, International Committee for SCAI.