Dr. Aeshita Dwivedi received her medical degree from B.J Medical College, Pune, India. After completing her Internal Medicine residency at Boston University Medical Center, she completed her Cardiology fellowship at New York University Medical Center. As a fellow she was awarded the Women in Cardiology trainee excellence award by the American Heart Association. After her cardiology fellowship, she completed a Cardiac CT fellowship at Weill Cornell Medical center. At Cornell, her research focused on the identification of patients at risk for heart attacks and sudden cardiac death using cardiac CT.
After completing her training, Dr. Dwivedi served as an Instructor of Medicine in the division of Cardiovascular Diseases at New York University Medical Center. During her time there she was intricately involved with teaching residents, fellows and medical students. At NYU she was nominated to the Education Mission Leadership Development Program in 2019. Dr. Dwivedi has been named by her peers to the Rising Stars® list for the second year in a row.
Dr. Dwivedi seeks to provide the highest quality care to her patients, and shares her knowledge by teaching medical school students, residents, and fellows. She has co-authored peer reviewed articles in prestigious journals and presented at many international conferences.
“A lot of people along the way might doubt your capabilities, but as long as you believe in yourself and do what you’re passionate about, there are no limits.”
— Lenox Hill Hospital (@lenoxhill) January 23, 2021
Assistant Professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell
B.J Medical College, Pune, India, 2010
Boston University Medical Center, Boston , 2011-2014
New York University Medical Center, Cardiology Fellow, 2014-2017
Weill Cornell Medical Center / New York Presbyterian Hospital, Cardiovascular Imaing Fellow, 2017-2018
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine,Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
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