Zyad Qamer, MD, has joined the Division as an Assistant Professor of Medicine. Dr. Qamer received his undergraduate degree (BA) at New York University in economics, medical degree (MD) from Georgetown University School of Medicine. Dr. Qamer completed an internal medicine residency at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital where he also completed a fellowship in cardiovascular disease. Dr. Qamer completed further training in Cardio-Oncology and Amyloidosis at Washington University School of Medicine under the leadership of Dr. Josh Mitchell.
Dr. Qamer’s academic research focuses on cardio-oncology and amyloidosis with a special interest in cardiac imaging. His clinical expertise is general non-invasive cardiology with a focus on the intersection of cancer and cardiovascular diseases and the use of advanced cardiac imaging. Dr. Qamer aims to provide expert clinical care in cardio-oncology and amyloidosis. Dr. Qamer will see patients with a wide variety of cardiovascular diseases and will attend on the inpatient cardiology and cardio-oncology consultative services at Barnes Jewish Hospital. Additionally, Dr. Qamer will see outpatients at the Center for Advanced Medicine, West County and South County locations.