Dr. Mazhari’s research uses genomic testing to assess the population at risk for premature coronary artery disease, and to determine the outcome of patients with congestive heart failure. She is also interested in minimally invasive interventional procedures including trans-radial cardiac catheterization and interventions in women and elderly population. In her most recent paper, she discussed the increased risk and increased reward in coronary intervention in older patients with acute coronary syndrome. Her professional activities include membership in the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, and the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. She has been consistently named a Washingtonian Top Doctor since 2012.
Dr. Mazhari received her medical training at the Iran University of Medical Sciences and the SABA School of Medicine, and completed her internship and residency training at The George Washington University Hospital. Dr. Mazhari then went to Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard School of Medicine to complete a postdoctoral hypertension fellowship, and later returned to The George Washington University Hospital for a cardiology fellowship. She spent two years at Johns Hopkins University for a research fellowship in stem cell therapy, and interventional cardiology fellowship. Prior to joining The George Washington University faculty, Dr. Mazhari completed a peripheral vascular fellowship at Washington Hospital Center.