Ali Salah, MD - Owensboro Health

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Ali Salah

Ali Salah, MD

Specializing in Cardiology
  • One Health
Gender:
Male
Year joined staff:
2017

Languages

  • English

Education & Training

Education

1991-1998
Addis Ababa University, Doctor of Medicine

Residency

2002-2005
Medical College of Georgia, Internal Medicine

Fellowship

2005-2008
University of Kentucky, Cardiovascular Medicine
2008-2009
St. Francis Heart Hospital, Advanced Cardiac Imaging

Honors, Awards, etc.

  • Annual Best Resident Research Award from Georgia Medical Society - 2003
  • Travel Grant from the National Institute of Health (NIH), Twenty four young investigators are selected nationwide to attend NIH fellows program on preparing for Careers in Medical Research in Philadelphia, PA - 2003

Research Grants

  • Medical College of Georgia, Intramural Grant - 2002
  • World Health Organization (WHO) - 1996

Founding Affiliate Member

  • Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) - October 2005

Board Certified

  • American Board of Internal Medicine - 2005
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease - 2008

Research Interest

  • Evaluation of Right Ventricular contraction patterns in healthy subjects using Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging. A five year prospective study.  Salah A K, Pollack S, Reichek, Nathaniel, Cao J J. St. Francis Heart Hospital/SUNY Stony Brook University.Oral presentation at Society of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Meeting. Arizona, January 2010.
  • Epicardial Adipose Tissue and risk for Cardiovascular Events –
  • The St. Francis Heart Study.  Salah A K, Gupta, D, Reichek, Nathaniel. St.  Francis Heart Hospital. Poster presentation at American College of Cardiology meeting, March 2009.
  • Prognostic significance of right ventricular contraction abnormalities which do not meet criteria for arythmogenic right ventricular dysplesia using cardiac magnetic resonance imaging. A five-year retrospective, Pollack S, Reichek, Nathaniel, Cao J J. St. Francis Heart Hospital. Poster presentation at American College of Cardiology meeting,

Publications

  • You Can Assay that again! Antibody Mediated False elevation of Troponin I and its clinical implications. Ali K. Salah, Salahadin M. Gharad, David Booth. University of
  • Kentucky and St.Clair Regional Hospital/Morehead Clinic. American Journal of Medicine. August 2007;120(8):671-2.
  • The D-dimer assay: a possible tool in the evaluation of atrial thrombosis Ibebuogu U, Ali K.Salah, Thornton J, Robinson Vincent.  Gill Heart Institute, University of Kentucky and Medical College of Georgia. Canadian  J Cardiol. 2008 Jun;24(6):517-9.
  • Latex D-dimer signal in in-situ femoral vein thrombus in swine and effect of mini-dose exogenous tissue plasminogen activator bolus.  Vincent J.B. Robinson, Guillermo E. Pineda, Ali k. Salah, Walter L. Pipkin, Gyanedra Sharma.  (Award Winning Research from Georgia Medical Society). CHEST 2005 127: 622-629
  • Cardiac Amyloidosis. Ali K. Salah, Ahmed A, Bodiwala KN, Manaloor EJ, Moliterno DJ University of Kentucky and Medical College of Georgia. Canadian Journal of Cardiology. May 2008;24(5):e35