Dr. McLaughlin received her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine, as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. She completed her internship and residency at The New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center where she received the prestigious C. Richard Bowman award for demonstrating human warmth, scientific endeavor, and dedication to medicine. She completed her fellowship in Cardiovascular medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where she received the B. Chaus Scholar Cardiology Award, and concomitantly completed her Master's in Public Health degree at Columbia University School of Public Health. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Health Policy and Geriatrics and Adult Development. She is the Medical Director of the Cardiac Health Program, and Co-Director of the Women's Cardiac Assessment and Risk Evaluation Program.
Dr. McLaughlin is the recipient of grants from the Agency for Health Care Quality and Research, the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology, and the New York Academy of Medicine. Her research focuses on improving the cardiovascular care of women, elderly and minorities. She has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, and is the author of four book chapters, and is on the Editorial board of the publication, "Focus on Healthy Aging." She has been an invited speaker both nationally and internationally.
Since completion of her academic training, Dr. McLaughlin has been the recipient of numerous awards, including: the American College of Cardiology/Merck Fellowship Award, the Mary and David Hoar Fellowship of the New York Academy of Medicine, the SmithKline Beecham Development Partners Junior Faculty Award in Cardiology, and the Arthur Ross Foundation Award.In the News
Dr. McLaughlin and her work were recently profiled in The Daily News feature The Daily Check Up. View PDF.
Dr. McLaughlin discusses women's heart health in The Daily News feature The Daily Check Up.
MD, Georgetown Univ. School of Medicine
Residency, Internal Medicine
New York Hospital Cornell University Med Ctr
Mount Sinai Hospital
WTC CHEST (Pulmonary Abnormalities, Diastolic Dysfunction, and World Trade Center Exposure: Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment)
The proposed project will evaluate the effects of World Trade Center (WTC) exposure in WTC responders 10-13 years following the events of 9/11. Prior studies have described persistent pulmonary function abnormalities in a significant portion of responders. Our study s...
Effect of Particulate Matter Exposure on Carotid Plaque Neovascularization Using Dynamic Contrast Enhances Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The purpose of this study is to determine whether exposure to inhalation of particulate matter (inhaled particles) has an effect on carotid atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries in the neck) and whether this relates to the patient's coronary artery calcium score (test for calciu...
WTC RENAL (Renal and Cardiovascular Impairment in WTC Responders: Implications for Diagnosis and Treatment)
The purpose of this project is to determine the association between exposures to ambient particulate matter (PM) occurring during the World Trade Center (WTC) catastrophe and the development of renal damage and cardiac abnormalities. The primary objective of the current proposal ...
Hormones, Sexual Well-Being & Cardiac Outcomes/Diabetics
The purpose of this study is to find out if androgen deficiency (low levels of testosterone, a male hormone produced by the sex glands) and erectile dysfunction (sexual dysfunction) will predict over time the development of a heart attack, stroke, or death in men with Diabetes Me...
Mennell JS, Cesarman GM, Jacovina AT, Mclaughlin M, Lev EA, Hajjar KA. Annexin II and bleeding in acute promyelocytic leukemia. N Engl J Med 1991; 340: 994-1004.
Mclaughlin M, Fuster V. Three mechanisms for coronary artery disease progression; insights into future management. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 1995; 62(4): 265-274.
Mclaughlin M, Chesebro JH, Fuster V. Hypercoagulable states and. ACC Current Journal Review 1996 May / June;: 28-35.
Mclaughlin M, Phillips RA, Patel TN, Siu AL, David O, Buckley S, Mara T, Goldman ME. Prevalence and treatment patterns of diastolic filling abnormalities in the elderly. Journal of Heart Failure 1997; 4(1): 110.
Gersony DR, Mclaughlin M, Sacks HS, Fuster V, Gersony WM. Effect of beta blocker therapy on clinical outcome in patients with Marfans syndrome: Meta-analysis of data from 802 patients. JACC 1999; 33(2): 243.
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