Dipan Shah, MD
Dr. Shah began his academic career in 2002 as an Associate in Medicine at the Duke Cardiovascular MRI Center in Durham, North Carolina. He joined the St. Thomas Heart Institute in Nashville a year later where he was the Director of the Lipid and Vascular Medicine Clinic. While at the heart institute, he developed and directed a program for cardiovascular MRI imaging. Dr. Shah joined Methodist in 2008.
Description of Research
Dr. Shah has been active in clinical research with a particular interest in the evaluation of ischemic heart disease and peripheral arterial disease using MRI.
Areas Of Expertise
MRI Ischemic heart disease Peripheral arterial disease
Education & Training
Clinical Fellowship, Duke University Medical Center
Residency, Medical College of Wisconsin
Internship, Medical College of Wisconsin
MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
Active Clinical Trials
MACROVASCULAR AND MICROVASCULAR PERFUSION ASSESSMENT OF ISCHEMIC DIABETIC ULCERS USING MRI
PLGA Particle-Based System For Intrapericardial Delivery of Prostaglandin Through HeartPAS™
Di Marzio, N, Vighetto, V, Filgueira, CS, Igo, SR, Bruckner, BA, Ferraro, F, Shah, DJ, Estep, JD & Grattoni, A 2018, 2018 Department of Nanomedicine Symposium, Houston, United States, 2/28/18, .
PLGA Particles Based Delivery System for Intrapericardial Delivery of Prostaglandin through HeartPAS™
Di Marzio, N, Vighetto, V, Filgueira, CS, Igo, S, Bruckner, BA, Ferraro, F, Shah, DJ, Estep, JD & Grattoni, A 2018, MAPTA Winter Science Symposium, Houston, United States, 12/1/16, .
Early studies of a transmission mechanism for MR-guided interventions
Zhao, H, Liu, X, Zaid, HM, Shah, DJ, Heffernan, MJ, Becker, AT & Tsekos, NV 2018, . in Proceedings - 2017 IEEE 17th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, BIBE 2017. vol. 2018-January, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. pp. 450-456, 17th IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering, BIBE 2017, Herndon, United States, 10/23/17. DOI: 10.1109/BIBE.2017.00-13
Feature-Tracking Global Longitudinal Strain Predicts Death in a Multicenter Population of Patients with Ischemic and Nonischemic Dilated Cardiomyopathy Incremental to Ejection Fraction and Late Gadolinium Enhancement
Romano, S, Judd, RM, Kim, RJ, Kim, HW, Klem, I, Heitner, JF, Shah, DJ, Jue, J, White, BE, Indorkar, R, Shenoy, C & Farzaneh-Far, A 2018, JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging. DOI: 10.1016/j.jcmg.2017.10.024
Appropriateness of anteroseptal myocardial infarction nomenclature evaluated by late gadolinium enhancement cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging
Allencherril, J, Fakhri, Y, Engblom, H, Heiberg, E, Carlsson, M, Dubois-Rande, JL, Halvorsen, S, Hall, TS, Larsen, AI, Jensen, SE, Arheden, H, Atar, D, Clemmensen, P, Shah, DJ, Cheong, B, Sejersten, M & Birnbaum, Y 2017, Journal of Electrocardiology. DOI: 10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2017.09.013