Joshua D. Mitchell, MD, FACC

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Additional Titles

  • Director, Cardio-Oncology Center of Excellence
  • Director, Cardio-Oncology Fellowship
  • Co-Director, Amyloid Center of Excellence


  • BS, Biomedical Engineering and Mathematical Sciences: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD (2000)
  • MD, Medicine with Distinction in Research: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX (2008)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine : Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC (2011)
  • Fellowship, Cardiology: Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, MO (2018)
  • Fellowship, Cardio-Oncology: Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, MO (2018)

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Disease


  • Burton E. Sobel Award for Excellence in Cardiovascular Research, 2018
  • Northwestern Cardiovascular Young Investigators’ Forum Finalist, 2016
  • Bronze Star Medal – Awarded for merit, Operation Enduring Freedom, 2013
  • COL Robert H. Moser Award – given annually by the American College of Physicians to an outstanding general Internist for superior clinical practice, 2013
  • National Top Four Finalist, American College of Physician’s Doctor’s Dilemma, 2011
  • Major General Lewis A. Malogne Award – Presented to the graduating Walter Reed resident or fellow among all specialties who best displays commitment, loyalty, respect, honesty and dedication to the practice of Army medicine, 2011
  • Southern Medical Association/Holt Young Physician Leadership Award, 2010
  • Walter Reed Leonard Award for excellence in medical student teaching Army ACP Research Podium Winner, 2010
  • Robert A. Phillips Award – Top research by a resident in the National Capital Area (NCA), 2010
  • NCA Quality Improvement Award – Top Quality Improvement project and research study, 2010
  • Ho Din Award – Highest honor given to a member of the graduating class, UT Southwestern Medical School, 2008
  • Alpha Omega Alpha, Vice President of UTSW chapter, 2007
  • Bronze Star Medal, Awarded for Merit, Operation Enduring Freedom, 2002
  • General George C. Marshall Award, U.S. Field Artillery Association Award, Distinguished Military Graduate, 2000
  • President, Johns Hopkins chapter of Tau Beta Pi (National Engineering Honor Society), 1999

Clinical Interests

Cardiotoxicity from cancer therapy, cancer survivorship, cardiomyopathy, prevention, general cardiology, cardiac amyloidosis

Research Interests

Elucidating the optimal prevention, screening, and management of adverse cardiac effects from cancer therapies and improving the diagnosis and management of patients with cardiac amyloid.


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