Texas Heart Institute Associates & Alumni Featured in the December issue of Texas Monthly

Texas Monthly’s annual SUPER DOCTORS® list is out on the newsstands this month and honors professionals who are recognized by their peers for their exceptional contributions to the fields of medicine.


Each year, the pool of candidates are evaluated on ten indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement including years of experience, hospital appointments, fellowships, professional activities, leadership positions, academic achievements/positions, board certifications, publications, lectures & presentation, honors and awards, and other outstanding achievements.


This year’s list includes several Texas Heart Institute doctors, THI Professional Staff members and associates, graduates and faculty of THI’s cardiology fellowship training programs.

These talented professionals represent some of the most talented cardiologists and cardiovascular surgeons in Texas who are committed to the educational and research mission of the Texas Heart Institute. This month, they are honored for their professional contribution throughout the cardiology community in 2021.

Jonathan A. Aliota, MD
Salman J. Bandeali, MD
David A. Burkland, MD
Joseph S. Coselli, MD
Stephanie A. Coulter, MD
Tony Das, MD
John A. Dieck, MD
R. David Fish, MD
Joggy K. George, MD
Eduardo A. Hernandez, MD
Stuart A. Jacobson, MD
David Kuten, MD
Jessica Lambert Brown, MD
Scott A. LeMaire, MD
Dianna M. Milewicz, MD
Joanna E. Molina Razavi, MD
Warren H. Moore, MD
Ali Mortazavi, MD
Atasu Nayak, MD
Margit Ann Nemeth, MD
Emerson C. Perin, MD, PhD
Ourania Preventza, MD
Todd Rosengart, MD
Scott R. Sherron, MD
Raymond F. Stainback III, MD
Neil E. Strickman, MD
Paul Tucker II, MD
George A. Younis, MD

About The Texas Heart Institute (THI)

Texas Heart Institute (THI), founded by world-renowned cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Denton A. Cooley in 1962, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to delivering the future of cardiovascular health through exceptional patient care, discovery, and a commitment to learning. Participating in research programs in cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, stem cell and gene therapy, and regenerative medicine, THI’s scientists and physicians are spearheading some of the most innovative research in the medical field. Through its translational basic and clinical research programs, Texas Heart Institute is learning more every day about the underlying causes of heart disease and the ways to better treat and even prevent it. With initiatives ranging from postdoctoral and continued medical education to public outreach and scientific publications, THI is dedicated to spreading awareness and sharing updates on ways to prevent, treat and defeat cardiovascular disease. With over 12 million visitors coming to its website from around the world every year, www.texasheart.org is just one of the ways THI is helping to educate people on the importance of heart health.