Michael Landzberg's major research interests relate to understanding congenital heart disease as it displays itself in the adult patient, with particular focus on three areas--pulmonary hypertension and vascular disease, heart failure/mechanics, and the role of interventional catheterization.
About Michael Landzberg
Michael Landzberg received his MD from Harvard Medical School. He completed an internship and residency at Columbia University and a fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
- Khairy P, O'Donnell CP, Landzberg MJ. Transcatheter closure versus medical therapy of patent foramen ovale and presumed paradoxical thromboemboli: a systematic review. Annals of Internal Medicine 2003; 139: 753-760.
- Fernandes SM, Newburger JW, Lang P, Pearson DD, Feinstein JA, Gauvreau KK, Landzberg MJ. Usefulness of epoprostenol therapy in the severely ill adolescent/adult with Eisenmenger physiology. American Journal of Cardiology 2003; 91: 46-49.
- Landzberg MJ, Murphy DJ, Davidson WR, Jarcho JA, Kurmholz HM, et al. Task force 4: Organization of delivery systems for