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Randall B. Griepp 2017 Visiting Professor - Lars Svensson, MD

TAVR, AVR Surgery and Aortic Root Repair
Presented on September 20, 2017, by Lars G. Svensson, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic

At the end of this video, viewers will be able to:
Summarize and contrast the role of TAVR and SAVR in managing patients with aortic valve disease

Randall B. Griepp 2016 Visiting Professor - Duke E. Cameron, MD

The Marfan Syndrome
Presented on April 27, 2016, by Duke E. Cameron, MD, of Johns Hopkins Hospital

At the end of this video, viewers will be able to:
Describe the pathophysiological basis of Marfan’s syndrome and illustrate the relationship between connective tissue disorders and expressed structural-anatomical characteristics.
Review the dominant cardiovascular abnormalities and summarize the surgical options and challenges in the patient with Marfan’s syndrome.

Randall B. Griepp 2015 Visiting Professor - Joseph S. Coselli, MD

The History of Aortic Surgery: Pioneers and Prophets
Presented on January 14, 2015, by Joseph S. Coselli, MD, of Baylor College of Medicine

Mitral Foundation 2016 Visiting Professor - Patrick O’Gara, MD

Presented on May 4, 2016, by Patrick O'Gara, MD, of Brigham and Women's Hospital

Mitral Foundation 2016 Visiting Professor - Gilles D. Dreyfus, MD

Valve Repair at the Sixth Decade: Challenges Continue
Presented on March 16, 2016, by Dr. Gilles D. Dreyfus, MD, of the CardioThoracic Center of Monaco

At the end of this video, viewers will be able to:
Review the evolution and milestones of mitral valve repair to-date.
Outline and evaluate future challenges in the field of mitral reconstructive surgery.

Mitral Foundation 2014 Marcus Visiting Professor - Rick A. Nishimura, MD

The 2014 ACC/AHA Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Valvular Heart Disease
Presented on December 19, 2014, by Rick A. Nishimura, MD, of the Mayo Clinic

Mitral Foundation 2012 Visiting Professor - Lawrence H. Cohn, MD

How to be a Safe and Effective Heart Surgeon
Presented by Lawrence H. Cohn, MD, of the Brigham and Women's Hospital