Dr. Nalini Rajamannan earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame, graduating magna cum laude with a major in Preprofessional Studies. Following this, she studied for her M.D. at the Mayo Medical School, in Rochester, Minnesota, part of the world-renowned Mayo Clinic. After earning her M.D. in 1989, Dr. Rajamannan completed her residency at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, earning board certification in internal medicine, before embarking on a distinguished career in medicine. Dr. Rajamannan subsequently earned board certification in cardiology in 2002. In addition to her clinical duties attending to patients, Dr. Rajamannan is a dedicated researcher and has authored or co-authored over 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals as well as chapters in 12 books and almost 60 abstracts. Dr. Rajamannan is also a reviewer for 18 journals and has been a member of the American Journal of Nephrology?s editorial board since 2005. In the course of her cardiology research, Dr. Rajamannan developed two new devices to slow the degeneration of heart valves and worked on a TIEG knockout mouse model for cardiologic research purposes, all of which generated the issuance of patents. In addition to her research, Dr. Rajamannan also teaches, holding faculty positions at Northeastern University?s Feinberg School of Medicine and at the Mayo Clinic as a Visiting Scientist for the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. An active participant in the process of ongoing education, Dr. Rajamannan is regularly invited to give lectures or make presentations at conferences, symposia, grand rounds, and seminars worldwide. Dr. Rajamannan belongs to a number of professional associations for medical professionals and cardiologists and has frequently served those associations on committees and in other advisory roles.
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