Sasan Partovi, MD

PGY-6 Interventional Radiology Clinical Fellow, Department of Radiology, Section of Interventional Radiology, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, USA

Dr. Sasan Partovi did his medical school at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. He received for his medical studies a full scholarship from the Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation. After medical school Dr. Partovi did a one year research fellowship in advanced hybrid imaging at Case Western Reserve University, Department of Radiology in Cleveland, Ohio. He completed his radiology residency at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Currently Dr. Partovi is doing his vascular and interventional radiology fellowship at The Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio.

In 2012 Dr. Partovi was named award finalist of the AHA/North American Society for Cardiovascular Imaging Young Investigator Award for his work dealing with imaging of hemodynamic alterations in the aorta of patients with left ventricular assist devices. He received in 2011 the Radiological Society of North America Trainee Research Award with his work about detection of skeletal muscle microperfusion alterations with advanced magnetic resonance imaging techniques in systemic sclerosis patients. In November 2011 the renowned US imaging online website AuntMinnie.com released a report about Dr. Partovi’s functional magnetic resonance research in brain cancer patients.

Dr. Partovi has served as invited Faculty, Grand Round Speaker and gave invited lectures at major medical centers and meetings in the United States. His research interests are focused on advanced vascular imaging using MRI and contrast ultrasound as well as innovative endovascular treatment options for cardiovascular diseases. Dr. Sasan Partovi is up to now author of over 110 PubMed listed peer-reviewed manuscripts as well as numerous scientific abstracts and book chapters. He is currently serving as reviewer for 14 journals. Dr. Partovi is member of the editorial board of Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Therapy since September 2012 and served twice as guest editor of special issues for the journal. These special issued were entitled “Cardiovascular MR Imaging” published in April 2014 and "Advanced venous imaging and image-guided venous interventions" published in December 2016.