Dr. Thomas Grady, MD, FACC

Education:

  • College of the Holy Cross 1981-1985
      • Magna Cumma Lauda
      • Major: Biology  Bachelor of Arts
      • Worcester Community Services and Achievement Award
      • Katherine Helgar's Research Award
  • Tufts University School of Medicine 1985-1989
      • President of Alpha Omega Alpha
      • Zarren's Award for Excellence in Clinical Cardiology
      • Hewlett Packard Award for Excellence in Internal Medicine
      • Tuft's representative to the American Medical Association
  • United States Navy: General Medical Office-Lieutenant 1989-1992
  • Bethesda Naval Hospital 1989-1990
  • Philadelphia Naval Hospital 1990-1992
  • Honorable Discharge
  • Duke University Medical Center: Internal Medicine Internship and Residency 1992-1995
    • American College of Physicians Member
    • American Medical Association Member
    • Onondaga Medical Society Member
  • Cleveland Clinical: Cardiology Fellowship 1995-1998
    • American College of Cardiology Fellow
    • Member of the American Heart Association
    • Member of Society of  Nuclear Cardiology
    • Member of Society of Echocardiography

Employment:

  • Cardiovascular Group of Syracuse 1998-2012
  • SJH Cardiology Associates 2012-present

Hospital Affiliations

    • St. Joseph’s Hospital
    • Crouse-Irving Memorial Hospital
    • Oswego Hospital

Research:

  • Immunotherapy: Monoclonal Antibody Riacin A Chain

                        Targeted to Malignant Cell Surface Antigens

  • Microsomal Fatty Acyl-CoA Chain Elongation: Metabolism of Long Chain Fatty Acids
  • Histological Changes involving Myocytes as a Result of Adriamycin Cardiotoxicity
  • Peripartum Cardiomyopathy:Retrosepective Study Examining the Natural History and Prognosis of Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

Publications:

  • Chung M., Augostini R., Asher C. et al.  Controlled Study of Atrial Overdrive Pacing for the Prevention of Atrial Fibrillation after Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery

JACC 1997;9:67-74.

  • Chung M., Schweikert B, Grady T. et al.  A Randomized Controlled Study of Atrial Overdriving Pacing for the Prevention of Atrial Fibrillation after Coronary

Bypass Surgery  JACC 1998;7:56-60.

  • Grady T., Chu A., Snader C., et al  The Prognostic Significance of Exercise Induced Left Bundle Branch Block.  JAMA 1998;279:153-157. 


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