University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Childrens Hospital Medical Center
Harvard Medical School
Surgery, Thoracic Surgery
Dr. John Lamberti is a pediatric cardiovascular surgeon, he was born in Yonkers, New York. He received his B.S. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his M.D. from the University of Pittsburgh before completing his surgical training at The Children's Hospital Medical Center and The Peter Bent Brigham Hospital (now The Brigham and Women's Hospital) in Boston.
In 1974, Dr. Lamberti moved to the University of Chicago. There, he was active in both clinical and basic research and, in 1977, was appointed an associate professor of surgery. He moved to San Diego in 1978, developing the Cardiac Surgery Program at the Children's Hospital of San Diego (now Rady Children's). Dr. Lamberti moved to New York City in 2000, becoming both part of the staff of the Columbia Presbyterian campus and chief of pediatric cardiac surgery at the Weill Cornell campus of the New York Presbyterian Hospital. In 2003, he was appointed an associate professor in the Department of Cardiac Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine and chief of cardiac surgery at Children's Hospital Oakland. In 2005, he returned to Rady Children's as the director of the Heart Institute. In 2018 Dr. Lamberti returned to Stanford as a consultant.
Dr. Lamberti has mentored and consulted for the Pediatric Cardiac Program at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children in Honolulu since 1994. He has authored or co-authored 18 book chapters and more than 130 articles in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Lamberti's clinical and research interests are focused on the surgical treatment of congenital heart disease in infants, children and adults of all ages. Dr. Lamberti has extensive experience and expertise in the areas of complex infant heart surgery, the surgical repair of cardiac valves, and the comprehensive management of functional single ventricle patients of all ages.
Long-term results using glutaraldehyde treated homograft pericardium in congenital heart surgery.
Gluck TM, Lamberti JJ, El-Said H, Devaney EJ, Murthy RA
Prevalence of Complications Following Unifocalization and Pulmonary Artery Reconstruction Procedures.
Mainwaring RD, Patrick WL, Dixit M, Rao A, Palmon M, Margetson T, Lamberti JJ, Hanley FL
Arterial Switch Operation in a Patient With Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type IV.
Murthy R, Herrick NL, El-Said H, Grossfeld P, Moore J, Lamberti JJ
Collateral Deception: A Unique Presentation of an Anomalous Coronary Artery.
Aljohani OA, Sah SP, Murthy RA, Lamberti JJ, Printz BF, Sun HY
Epicardial Intraoperative Three-Dimensional Mapping of Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome in a Child With Ebstein's Anomaly.
Perry JC, Bratincsak A, Shepard S, Williams MR, Loslo J, Murthy R, Lamberti JJ
Per-Ventricular Insertion of Melody Valve-in-Valve in the Neoaortic Position in a Single-Ventricle Patient.
Clarke NS, El-Said H, Lamberti JJ, Murthy RA
Intraoperative Three-Dimensional MappingÂ of Supraventricular Tachycardia in a Young FontanÂ Patient.
Perry JC, Williams MR, Shepard S, Bratincsak A, Murphy C, Murthy R, Ebrahim M, Lamberti JJ
Intermediate Results of Hybrid Versus Primary Norwood Operation.
DiBardino DJ, Gomez-Arostegui J, Kemp A, Raviendran R, Hegde S, Devaney EJ, Lamberti JJ, El-Said H
Transcatheter stenting of the systemic-to-pulmonary artery shunt: A 7-year experience from a single tertiary center.
Vaughn GR, Moore JW, Mallula KK, Lamberti JJ, El-Said HG
Comparison of ductal stenting versus surgical shunts for palliation of patients with pulmonary atresia and intact ventricular septum.
Mallula K, Vaughn G, El-Said H, Lamberti JJ, Moore JW
Further insight into a rare pathology: differential aspects of left ventricular diverticulum.
DiBardino DJ, Hegde S, Lamberti JJ
Long-term follow-up shows excellent transmural atrial lead performance in patients with complex congenital heart disease.
Williams MR, Shepard SM, Boramanand NK, Lamberti JJ, Perry JC
Transverse aortic arch to descending aorta ratio: a new echocardiographic parameter for management of coarctation of the aorta in the infant.
Rao RP, Connolly D, Lamberti JJ, Fripp R, El Said H
Can randomized clinical trials impact the surgical approach for hypoplastic left heart syndrome?
Tabbutt S, Goldberg C, Ohye RG, Morell VO, Hanley FL, Lamberti JJ, Jacobs ML, Jacobs JP
QTc prolongation in children following congenital cardiac disease surgery.
Punn R, Lamberti JJ, Balise RR, Seslar SP
Surgical approaches to epicardial pacemaker placement: does pocket location affect lead survival?
Lichtenstein BJ, Bichell DP, Connolly DM, Lamberti JJ, Shepard SM, Seslar SP
An epicardial pacing safety net: an alternative technique for pacing in the young.
Ceresnak SR, Liberman L, Chen JM, Hordof AJ, Lamberti JJ, Bonney WJ, Pass RH
Outcome analysis for a small, start-up congenital heart surgery program.
Mainwaring RD, Reddy VM, Reinhartz O, Lamberti JJ, Jacobson JG, Jimenez DL, Hanley FL
Endothelial expression of bone morphogenetic protein receptor type 1a is required for atrioventricular valve formation.
Kaneko K, Li X, Zhang X, Lamberti JJ, Jamieson SW, Thistlethwaite PA
Mitral/systemic atrioventricular valve repair in congenital heart disease.
Lamberti JJ, Kriett JM
The extracardiac conduit Fontan operation using minimal approach extracorporeal circulation: early and midterm outcomes.
Petrossian E, Reddy VM, Collins KK, Culbertson CB, MacDonald MJ, Lamberti JJ, Reinhartz O, Mainwaring RD, Francis PD, Malhotra SP, Gremmels DB, Suleman S, Hanley FL
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