From the first implantation of an artificial heart in a human to treating even the most complex cases, CHI St. Luke's Health–Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center is home to some of history’s most important cardiovascular achievements.
Dr. Daniel Yoshor, chief of neurosurgery service at CHI St. Luke’s Health–Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, is leading the team of investigators who are researching the neurophysiology of human visual perception.
Dr. Doris Taylor’s team is working to revolutionize human organ transplantation by stripping a heart of its cellular makeup, regenerating it with the patient’s own healthy stem cells and making it viable for transplant.
Even Olympic athletes can suffer from cardiovascular issues, such as Marfan Syndrome. Dr. Joseph S. Coselli has made tremendous strides in the field of complex aortic repair to help patients with connective tissue disorders.
Dr. Hari Mallidi is helping to ensure that every person who needs a heart transplant is given the best possible care. He has dedicated his life’s work to giving heart patients a new lease on life by advancing heart transplantation.