Saroja Bharati, MD, is a cardiac pathology consultant and an adjunct professor of pathology at Rush University and Advocate Children’s Hospital, possessing over five decades of expertise in congenital heart disease and cardiac conduction. She earned a Doctor of Medicine from Madras University in 1966 and continued her medical training in the United States with a cardiology fellowship at the Miami Heart Institute and a fellowship at Michael Reese Hospital. Throughout her career, she has been a faculty member at premier institutions, including the University of Illinois, Pennsylvania State University and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Additionally, she has served as the director of specialty cardiology centers and programs at The Heart Institute for Children and Advocate Children’s Hospital. Dr. Bharati has been published and cited extensively, having been a senior author of the second edition of “Cardiac Surgery and the Conduction System,” as well as a two-volume survey of 6,300 case studies. She is a former president of the Chicago Medical Society and a fellow of the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology and the American Medical Association. Dr. Bharati has earned a myriad of honors, including the 2004 Women in Science Award.
Dr. Bharati was highlighted on the her cover of the ninth edition of Millennium Magazine in recognition of her leadership skills.
Peruse Dr. Bharati’s personal website to learn more about her professional journey and commitment to care.
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