Dr. Denise Barnard
Dr. Denise Dayle Barnard established the Women's Cardiovascular Health Program in La Jolla, deriving from her passion for educating women on their greatest health threat. She is one of two cardiologists active in the UCSD Advanced Heart Failure Treatment Program. She is nationally recognized as a Heart Failure expert and is actively involved in clinical research trials. She lectures to physicians, students and the general public on topics including Women's Cardiovascular Health, Heart Failure awareness, treatment and prevention, as well as Complementary and Alternative Medicine practices in Cardiology. After graduating from the University of California, San Diego, Dr. Barnard became a member of the Cardiology Division at UCSD. She serves on local and national committees for the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America. She is on the Editorial Board of several Cardiology-specific journals and a member of numerous Speaker's Bureaus.
View Dr. Barnard's Book:
Contemporary Cardiovascular Continuum