2024 Webinar: ATTR Cardiac Amyloidosis

What’s new and exciting in ATTR cardiac amyloidosis in 2024 Dr. Fredrick Ruberg and Dr. Omar Siddiqi discuss the general overview of ATTR treatment with new developments over the past year (APOLLO-B, ATTRibute-CM), currently enrolled trials (HELIOS-B, CARDIOTTRansform), and future trials (DepleTTR-CM, MAGNITUDE). They will also cover current heart failure therapy updates (SGLT2i) and imaging […]

17th Annual Bill’s Race to Beat Amyloid at Cannon

Our anonymous matching grant donor has raised the challenge to $7500 for 2024! Race & Silent Auction – Saturday, March 9th at 11 a.m. 17th Annual Bill’s Race to Beat Amyloid at Cannon March 1, 2023 – March 31, 2023 Register to race & be eligible to buy an all-mountain ticket for $55 Complete the […]

Alexis Doria Receives Department of Medicine STAR Employee Recognition Award!

Congratulations to Alexis Doria, administrative manager of the Amyloidosis Center for receiving a Department of Medicine STAR Employee Recognition Award!  The “STARDoM” program, sponsored by the Boston University Department of Medicine, seeks to recognize outstanding non-physician employees who work in all areas, including administration, clinical care and research.

Dr. Frederick Ruberg Promoted to Professor of Medicine at Boston University

Frederick Ruberg, MD, Medicine/Cardiovascular Medicine and Radiology, is associate chief for cardiovascular medicine at Boston Medical Center (BMC) and a clinical scientist with expertise in cardiac amyloidosis with continuous funding since 2005. He senior authored a number of important consensus guidelines statements relative to cardiac imaging, cardiac amyloidosis management and cardiac amyloidosis imaging/diagnosis. He currently […]

Happy National Doctor’s Day!

Every day, you demonstrate what makes Amyloidosis Center so special — whether it is your extraordinary skill, dedication to research and innovation, education of others, or empathy for our patients and their families. Thank you for all that you do as physicians and advocates throughout the year.