Inder Anand

last updated 6/7/2017

Inder S. Anand

Professor of Medicine at University of Minnesota

Location:
516 Delaware Street SE, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
HQ Phone:
(612) 625-4400

General Information

Experience

CRRT Inc

Professor of Medicine - University of MN

Member, Departments of Cardiology - Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research

Education

D Phil degree ( Ph. D. ) - cardiovascular physiology , 

MD

MDUniversity of Minnesota Medical School

Ph. D. - cardiovascular physiology , Oxford University

Affiliations

Board Member - World Heart Failure Society

Treasurer - The Heart Failure Society of America , Inc.

At-Large Member - National Anemia Action Council

Fellow - National Academy of Medical Sciences

Fellow - American College of Cardiology

Elected Fellow - Royal College of Physicians

Fellow - Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association

Advisor of Global Clinical Trials - Neucardin

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Inder Anand, MD, FRCP, DPhil
Professor of Medicine University of Minnesota Inder Anand, MD, FRCP, DPhil Dr. Inder Anand received his undergraduate education from the Amritsar Medical College in India, and Ph.D. in cardiovascular physiology from Oxford University, England where he was a Rhodes Scholar. After training as a clinical cardiologist in London he returned to join the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India and served that institution for 19 years. In 1991, he accepted the position of Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Director of the Heart Failure Program at the VA Medical Center. His research interests include experimental and clinical heart failure, and high altitude medicine and physiology. He runs an active research laboratory working on the cellular and sub-cellular mechanisms of heart failure. He has authored over 220 original scientific publications, published over 250 Abstracts, and presented over 600 papers at National and International meetings. He is member of the editorial board of several Journals, and the associate editor of the Journal of Cardiac Failure. He has been a principal investigator in over 40 clinical trials and member of steering and end-point committees of several international clinical trials.

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- Inder Anand, MD, FRCP, DPhil (Oxon.)
Inder Anand, MD, FRCP, DPhil (Oxon.), Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Director of the Heart Failure Program at the VA Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. Inder Anand will be the AACIO honoree in recognition for his extraordinary contributions to the field of Cardiology Inder S. Anand, MD, FRCP, FACC, D Phil (Oxon.) Inder Anand received his undergraduate education in India, and postgraduate training at Oxford University, England where he was a Rhodes Scholar. At Oxford he received the D Phil degree (Ph.D.) in cardiovascular physiology. He later trained as a clinical cardiologist in London, and worked at a number of prestigious institutions like the UK Medical Research Council's Clinical Research Center at Harrow, National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, and Kings College Hospital, London and was a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the National Heart and Lung Institute, London, UK. Thereafter he worked at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India, for 19 years where he made seminal contributions to our understanding of the pathophysiology of salt and water retention in patients with untreated heart and high altitude medicine and physiology. After obtaining premature retirement from the PGI Chandigarh in 1991, Dr. Anand moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he has been Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota and Director of the Heart Failure Program at the VA Medical Center. Dr. Anand has authored over 250 peer-reviewed publications and over 600 abstracts. Besides his interest in clinical heart failure, he runs an active research laboratory working on the cellular and sub-cellular mechanisms of heart failure. He is also an acknowledged expert in the field of high altitude medicine and described two new syndromes; Infantile sub-acute mountain sickness and sub-acute adult mountain sickness that occur in people living at high altitudes. He also pioneered the use of inhaled nitric oxide in the management of high altitude pulmonary edema. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Cardiac Failure and a member of the editorial board of several National and International Journals. He is also the treasurer of the Heart Failure Society of America and was senior advisor to the NHLBI. He has been a principal investigator in over 50 heart failure clinical trials, and a member of executive, steering and end-point committees of several international trials.

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- Inder Anand, MD, FRCP, DPhil (Oxon.)
Inder Anand, MD, FRCP, DPhil (Oxon.), Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Director of the Heart Failure Program at the VA Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota Dr. Inder Anand will be the AACIO honoree in recognition for his extraordinary contributions to the field of Cardiology Inder S. Anand, MD, FRCP, FACC, D Phil (Oxon.) Inder Anand received his undergraduate education in India, and postgraduate training at Oxford University, England where he was a Rhodes Scholar. At Oxford he received the D Phil degree (Ph.D.) in cardiovascular physiology. He later trained as a clinical cardiologist in London, and worked at a number of prestigious institutions like the UK Medical Research Council's Clinical Research Center at Harrow, National Hospital for Nervous Diseases, and Kings College Hospital, London and was a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the National Heart and Lung Institute, London, UK. Thereafter he worked at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India, for 19 years where he made seminal contributions to our understanding of the pathophysiology of salt and water retention in patients with untreated heart and high altitude medicine and physiology. After obtaining premature retirement from the PGI Chandigarh in 1991, Dr. Anand moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he has been Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota and Director of the Heart Failure Program at the VA Medical Center. Dr. Anand has authored over 250 peer-reviewed publications and over 600 abstracts. Besides his interest in clinical heart failure, he runs an active research laboratory working on the cellular and sub-cellular mechanisms of heart failure. He is also an acknowledged expert in the field of high altitude medicine and described two new syndromes; Infantile sub-acute mountain sickness and sub-acute adult mountain sickness that occur in people living at high altitudes. He also pioneered the use of inhaled nitric oxide in the management of high altitude pulmonary edema. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Cardiac Failure and a member of the editorial board of several National and International Journals. He is also the treasurer of the Heart Failure Society of America and was senior advisor to the NHLBI. He has been a principal investigator in over 50 heart failure clinical trials, and a member of executive, steering and end-point committees of several international trials.

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