Hannah Valantine

Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular) at SUMC

Professional Education

  • Fellowship: Stanford University School of Medicine (1986) CA
  • Fellowship: Hammersmith Hospital (1984) England
  • Residency: Brompton Hospital (1982) UK
  • Residency: St George's Hospital Medical School (1981) England
  • Internship: St Georges'S and Kingston Hosp (1979) UK
  • Medical Education: St George's Hospital Medical School (1978) England
  • MBBS, St Georges Hosp/London Univ, UK, Medicine (MD equivalent) (1978)
  • MRCP, London University, London, UK, Internal Medicine (1982)
  • Registrar, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK, Cardiology Fellow (1984)
  • Fellow, Stanford University, Cardiology (1986)
  • MD, London University, London, UK, Cardiology (PhD equivalent) (1988)

Administrative Appointments

  • President, Western State Affiliation, American Heart Association (2004 - 2005)
  • Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Faculty Development, School of Medicine (2005 - Present)

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