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Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
Cornell University Medical College
Columbia University Medical Center.
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Cardiology, Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatrics
Dr. Hari Narayan is a board-certified pediatric cardiologist at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and an assistant professor at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
He specializes in cardiac imaging (echocardiography and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging). As a clinician and researcher, he seeks to improve the care of cancer patients receiving cardiotoxic therapies. Additionally, he is actively involved in teaching residents and fellows in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.
Dr. Narayan earned his Bachelor of Arts in genetics at Rutgers University and his medical degree at Cornell University Medical College. He completed his pediatric residency training at the Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian at Columbia University, followed by a pediatric cardiology fellowship and advanced fellowship training in echocardiography and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. During his fellowship, Dr. Narayan was a recipient of a National Institutes of Health T32 training grant award and completed a Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Deep learning automates detection of wall motion abnormalities via measurement of longitudinal strain from ECG-gated CT images.
Li H, Chen Z, Kahn AM, Kligerman S, Narayan HK, Contijoch FJ
Longitudinal Right Ventricular Systolic Function Changes in Breast Cancer Patients Treated With Cardiotoxic Cancer Therapy.
Demissei BG, Vedage NA, Hubbard RA, Smith AM, Chung J, Lefebvre B, Getz KD, Thavendiranathan P, Narayan HK, Ky B
Cardiovascular toxicities with pediatric tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy: An analysis of adverse events reported to the Food and Drug Administration.
Narayan HK, Sheline K, Wong V, Kuo D, Choo S, Yoon J, Leger K, Kutty S, Fradley M, Tremoulet A, Ky B, Armenian S, Guha A
Detection of left ventricular wall motion abnormalities from volume rendering of 4DCT cardiac angiograms using deep learning.
Chen Z, Contijoch F, Colvert GM, Manohar A, Kahn AM, Narayan HK, McVeigh E
Fitbit Use and Activity Levels From Intervention to 2 Years After: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial.
Hartman SJ, Chen R, Tam RM, Narayan HK, Natarajan L, Liu L
Minimizing cardiac toxicity in children with acute myeloid leukemia.
Narayan HK, Getz KD, Leger KJ
Molecular mechanisms of anthracycline cardiovascular toxicity.
Narezkina A, Narayan HK, Zemljic-Harpf AE
Early Changes in Physical Activity and Quality of Life With Thoracic Radiation Therapy in Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, and Lymphoma.
Krishnan S, Narayan HK, Freedman G, Plastaras JP, Maity A, Demissei B, Smith AM, Berman AT, Cengel K, Levin W, Swisher-McClure S, Feigenberg S, Ky B
Left ventricular segmental strain and the prediction of cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction.
Demissei BG, Fan Y, Qian Y, Cheng HG, Smith AM, Shimamoto K, Vedage N, Narayan HK, Scherrer-Crosbie M, Davatzikos C, Ky B
Atlas-based measures of left ventricular shape may improve characterization of adverse remodeling in anthracycline-exposed childhood cancer survivors: a cross-sectional imaging study.
Narayan HK, Xu R, Forsch N, Govil S, Iukuridze D, Lindenfeld L, Adler E, Hegde S, Tremoulet A, Ky B, Armenian S, Omens J, McCulloch AD
Comprehensive Assessment of Changes in Left Ventricular Diastolic Function With Contemporary Breast Cancer Therapy.
Upshaw JN, Finkelman B, Hubbard RA, Smith AM, Narayan HK, Arndt L, Domchek S, DeMichele A, Fox K, Shah P, Clark A, Bradbury A, Matro J, Adusumalli S, Carver JR, Ky B
Dexrazoxane preferentially mitigates doxorubicin cardiotoxicity in female children with sarcoma.
Narayan HK, Putt ME, Kosaraju N, Paz A, Bhatt S, Plappert T, Mercer-Rosa L, Armenian SH, Desai AV, Womer RB, Ky B
Detailed phenotyping reveals distinct trajectories of cardiovascular function and symptoms with exposure to modern breast cancer therapy.
Demissei BG, Finkelman BS, Hubbard RA, Zhang L, Smith AM, Sheline K, McDonald C, Narayan HK, Narayan V, Waxman AJ, Domchek SM, DeMichele A, Shah P, Clark AS, Bradbury AR, Carver JR, Upshaw J, Armenian SH, Liu P, Ky B
Cardiovascular Function Phenotypes in Response to Cardiotoxic Breast Cancer Therapy.
Demissei BG, Finkelman BS, Hubbard RA, Smith AM, Narayan HK, Narayan V, Shah P, Waxman AJ, Domchek SM, Ky B
Abnormalities in 3-Dimensional Left Ventricular Mechanics With Anthracycline Chemotherapy Are Associated With Systolic and Diastolic Dysfunction.
Zhang KW, Finkelman BS, Gulati G, Narayan HK, Upshaw J, Narayan V, Plappert T, Englefield V, Smith AM, Zhang C, Hundley WG, Ky B
A Comparison of Anterograde Versus Retrograde Approaches for Neonatal Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty.
Mozumdar N, Burke E, Schweizer M, Gillespie MJ, Dori Y, Narayan HK, Rome JJ, Glatz AC
Prospective Evaluation of Sunitinib-Induced Cardiotoxicity in Patients with Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma.
Narayan V, Keefe S, Haas N, Wang L, Puzanov I, Putt M, Catino A, Fang J, Agarwal N, Hyman D, Smith AM, Finkelman BS, Narayan HK, Ewer S, ElAmm C, Lenihan D, Ky B
Cardiac mechanics and dysfunction with anthracyclines in the community: results from the PREDICT study.
Narayan HK, Wei W, Feng Z, Lenihan D, Plappert T, Englefield V, Fisch M, Ky B
Detailed Echocardiographic Phenotyping in Breast Cancer Patients: Associations With Ejection Fraction Decline, Recovery, and Heart Failure Symptoms Over 3 Years of Follow-Up.
Narayan HK, Finkelman B, French B, Plappert T, Hyman D, Smith AM, Margulies KB, Ky B
Noninvasive Measures of Ventricular-Arterial Coupling and Circumferential Strain Predict Cancer Therapeutics-Related Cardiac Dysfunction.
Narayan HK, French B, Khan AM, Plappert T, Hyman D, Bajulaiye A, Domchek S, DeMichele A, Clark A, Matro J, Bradbury A, Fox K, Carver JR, Ky B
Assessment of Cardiac Rate and Rhythm in Fetuses with Arrhythmia via Maternal Abdominal Fetal Electrocardiography.
Narayan HK, Vignola EF, Fifer WP, Williams IA
Electrocardiographic intervals in foetuses with CHD.
Yilmaz B, Narayan HK, Wilpers A, Wiess C, Fifer WP, Williams IA
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