Andrea Natale’s Clinical and Research Accomplishments

Dr. Natale AndreaAndrea Natale is a world-renowned researcher, academician, and electrophysiology expert. He is of the few striking medical community members the world affords a view of to garner knowledge on certain topics. His steadfast commitment to his research, studies and work have inspired innovation in the medical industry. The clinician initiated his professional career in 1985 after completing his studies from Universita degli Studi di Firenze. He ventured forth to work at Duke University followed by the appointment in Cleveland clinic. During his tenure, he leveraged his prowess leading the niche field of Electrophysiology and Cardiac Pacing. Moreover, researcher led Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Atrial Fibrillation as the Medical Director.

Throughout his professional career, Andrea Natale has devoted himself in nurturing medical community members. His publications were featured in nearly 60 articles across various prestigious publications amid 1987-1997. To date, the clinician boasts nearly 100 articles featured in Circulation. He has featured in Circulation discussing unique areas of cardiology and electrophysiology. Furthermore, his profound work and research has been featured in various well-known publications such as the Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, Circulation, and many more. The electrophysiology expert has carved a name as one of the great heart arrhythmia specialists globally. For almost three decades in the medical industry, Andrea Natale has centered on innovation and research within electrophysiology and handling of atrial fibrillation. His research has played a fundamental role in the establishment of EPLIVE and pulmonary vein-ablation system.

Nevertheless, the clinician’s work and research in AFib has spearheaded initiation of current catheter-based treatments. His vision has been to bring forth unrivalled medical care to patients with AFib. Also, his research has led to him receiving a wide range of industry awards such as Innovator of the Year during his tenure at Cleveland Clinic. The clinician’s treatment advancements and pioneering work has gained a word-wide recognition. During his tenure at Cleveland, he was recognized as one of Cleveland’s Significant Doctors and Northern Ohio’s Top Doctors. In 2012, he served as the director of interventional electrophysiology for Scripps Clinic in California. The academician has leveraged his medical prowess in various medical schools world-wide, including Duke University, Case Western University, and Stanford University.