Dr. Kenneth Krauss is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine. He received his MD from NYU in 1965 and pursued his postgraduate training at the Duke University Medical Center, the National Institutes of Health and at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He completed his cardiology training at MGH in 1971.
After 5 years of performing cardiac catheterizations at NYU Langone Health, he entered the private practice of cardiology, specializing in non-invasive diagnostic techniques and preventive cardiology. He is a frequent lecturer to physician groups on cardiology topics. His special interests include pericardial disease, cardiomyopathy and heart failure. As a faculty member, Dr. Krauss participates in training medical students, house staff and cardiology Fellows at NYU Langone Health Tisch Hospital and at the Bellevue Hospital Center.
Dr. Krauss has been committed to patient education throughout his career. He believes that well-informed patients are better able to cope with their illnesses and to become more able partners in the process of achieving better health. Dr. Krauss has been consistently named to the New York Super Doctors® list.
New York University School of Medicine, MD, 1965
Duke University Hospital, Internal Medicine 1966
Duke University Hospital, Internal Medicine, 1967
Harvard Medical School / General Hospital, Cardiology, 1971
National Institute of Health, Research Fellowship, 1969
American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, 1974
American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine, 1972