Justin Tretter is a pediatric cardiologist and advanced cardiac imager, having trained in his general pediatric cardiology and advanced imaging fellowships at New York University and Cincinnati Children’s, with unique training as a cardiac morphologist under the mentorship of Professor Robert Anderson in London. His primary interests relate in understanding variation in aortic root anatomy, and its impact on valvar function, changes in hemodynamics and relationship to the conduction system. Dr. Tretter is the Director of Advanced Cardiac Imaging for Pediatric and Adult Congenital Heart Center, Co-Director of a Congenital Aortic Valve Surgical Planning Center which is based on the developmental, anatomical, computational modeling, imaging and surgical-based research covered in today’s talk, and the Director of Cardiac Morphology for both the Congenital Heart Center and HVTI at the Cleveland Clinic.
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