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S. Husain

S. Adil Husain, M.D.

Professor and William Randolph Hearst Chair in Congenital Heart Disease - University of Texas Health Sciences Center - San Antonio / University Health Systems
7703 Floyd Curl Drive, MC 7841
San Antonio, TX  78229
United States
210-567-5615 / 210-562-5378
210-567-2877 (fax)
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Background

University of Iowa - General Surgery Residency (1995-2000)
University of North Carolina - Cardiothoracic Research Fellow (2000-2001)
University of North Carolina - Cardiothoracic Fellowship (2001-2003)
Orange County Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons - Staff Surgeon (2003 - 2006)
Indiana Univ. School of Medicine / Riley Children's Hsptl. - Congenital Cardiac Fellowship (2006)
Univ. of Florida Congential Heart Center - Asst. Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics (2007-2008)
Univ. of Texas Health Sciences Center - San Antonio / Assoc. Professor - Cardiothoracic Surgery (2008 - 2014)
Univ. of Texas Health Sciences Center - San Antonio / Chief - Division of Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery (2009 - present)
Univ. of Texas Health Sciences Center - San Antonio / Assoc. Director - CT Integrated Fellowship Program (2011 - present)
University Health Systems - San Antonio - Pediatric Surgeon In Chief (2013 - present)
William Randolph Hearst Chair in Congenital Heart Disease (2014 - present)
Univ. of Texas Health Sciences Center - San Antonio / Professor - Cardiothoracic Surgery (2014 - present)

Interests

Global and Humanitarian Cardiac Surgical Programs
Health Care Economics / Value Indices / Quality Improvement Initiatives
Single Ventricle Physiology
Congenital Valvular Pathology

Education

Carleton College  - Northfield, MN (B.A. -  Chemistry  - 1991)
University of North Dakota -  School of Medicine (M.D. -  1995)
 

Practice Areas

  • Adult Cardiac Surgery
  • Pediatric Cardiac Surgery