8. Cardiac Amyloid Part 2: Pulse Check with Drs. Paul Cremer and Eoin Donnellan

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Amit and Dr. Zach Il’Giovine learn about multimodality imaging in amyloid from Dr. Paul Cremer at the Cleveland Clinic. On their way to Dr. Cremer’s office, they run into Dr. Eoin Donnellan and discuss some incredible fellow research related to cardiac amyloid from an electrophysiologic perspective.

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Dr. Paul Cremer earned a Bachelor’s degree in molecular biology from Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, and his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. Following completion of his internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, he worked as a physician for two years at the Navajo IHS Chinle Comprehensive Health Care Facility in Chinle, Ariz. He then continued his postdoctoral training with a three-year fellowship in cardiovascular medicine and a subsequent two-year fellowship in advanced cardiovascular imaging, both at Cleveland Clinic. He joined the Cleveland Clinic staff in 2017. He is the director of the Cleveland Clinic CCU.  He enjoys swimming and reading fantasy books with his daughters. He joins the cardionerds cardiology podcast to shed insight on cardiac amyloid imaging.

Dr. Eoin Donnellan is a 3rd year Cardiology Fellow at the Cleveland Clinic and all-around nice guy. He received his medical degree from University College Cork in Ireland before heading to the big city to continue his training at the Mater Hospital in Dublin. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at the Cleveland Clinic and will start EP Fellowship this July. Outside of the hospital he enjoys long nature walks, whispering sweet nothings, searching for the deeper meaning in little things, and watching thought-provoking and highly entertaining television programs such as This is Us and The Bachelor.

Dr. Zachary Il’Giovine is a general cardiology fellow at the Cleveland Clinic. He received his medical degree from the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine before completing internal medicine training at Duke University. He has clinical interests in advanced heart failure and cardiac critical care. Outside of the hospital he loves playing soccer and spending time with his wife Clare and son Luca.