Richard Krasuski, MD, will join the Division of Cardiology in July, announced Joseph Rogers, MD, interim chief of the division.
Dr. Krasuski completed his cardiology fellowship at Duke. He currently runs the Adults with Congenital Heart Disease Program at the Cleveland Clinic.
"Rich has expressed his enthusiasm to the Division and he is particularly excited to work with his prior mentors, Tom Bashore and Kevin Harrison, as well as many of his old friends including Adrian Hernandez and Eric Velazquez," said Dr. Rogers.
In addition to his clinical practice, Krasuski plans to expand his research initiative in congenital heart disease and pulmonary hypertension.
Learn more about Krasuski, and hear him talk about how his Duke mentor steered him into congenital heart failure, at his CCF bio page.