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PRESENTATIONS

Victor RG, Ravenell JE, Freeman A, Leonard D, Bhat DG, Shafiq M, et. al. Effectiveness of a Barber-Based Intervention for Improving Hypertension Control in Black Men: The BARBER-1 Study: A Cluster Randomized Trial. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2010 Oct 25.

Victor RG, Ravenell JE, Freeman A, Bhat DG, Storm JS, Shafiq M, et. al. A barber-based intervention for hypertension in African American men: design of a group randomized trial. American Heart Journal; 2009 Jan;157(1):30-6.

Shafiq MM, Miller AB. Blocking aldosterone in heart failure. Therapeutic Advances in Cardiovascular Disease. 2009 Oct;3(5):379-85.

M.M. Shafiq, D.V. Menon, R.G. Victor. Oral Direct Renin Inhibition: Premise, Promise, and Potential Limitations of a New Antihypertensive Drug. American Journal of Medicine; Vol. 121(4), 4/2008, pp. 265-271.

R.G. Victor, M.M. Shafiq. Sympathetic Neural Mechanisms in Human Hypertension. Current Hypertension Reports; Vol. 10, 6/2008, pp. 241 -247.

M.M. Shafiq, D.G. Bhat, et al. Factors Associated with Uncontrolled Hypertension in Urban African-American Men. Oral Presentation at the American Heart Association High Blood Pressure Research Council; 9/2008 (Abstract).

M. Shah, M. Shafiq, et al. Lower-than-Usual Blood Pressure Treatment Thresholds in African Americans? New Data from the Dallas Heart Study. Proceedings from the American Heart Association High Blood Pressure Research Council; 9/2008 (Abstract).

Moiz M. Shafiq, P. Alexander Compton, Jose A. Joglar. Development of a Standardized Scale for Evaluating the Severity of Dependent Edema. UT Southwestern Sixth Annual Cardiovascular Symposium: Biomarkers in Ischemic Heart Disease, 10/2006 (Poster).

R.A. Carvalho, P. Zhao, C.B. Wiegers, M.M. Shafiq, F.M.H. Jeffrey, C.R. Malloy, and A.D. Sherry. Krebs Cycle Kinetics in Rat Hearts by 1H-{13C} HMQC-TOCSY. Proceedings of the ISMRM, Vol. 7, pg. 639: 5/1999.

Moiz Shafiq, M.D.

Medical Director
Education: University of Florida, Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiology

Dr. Moiz Shafiq joined the Lung Health Institute team at our facility in Dallas, Texas and brings more than 15 years of experience. He earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern in Internal Medicine, which is also where he completed his residency. He then went on to achieve his fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern, in the Division of Hypertension. Following his studies at the University of Texas Southwestern, Dr. Moiz Shafiq earned his Cardiology fellowship at the University of Florida.

Dr. Moiz Shafiq is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has published a number of papers on research in the cardiology field. His research and work have earned him a number of awards and recognitions, including the Southwestern Medical Foundation Scholarship for Academic Achievement. Dr. Moiz Shafiq is a respected member of the medical field, and he is an outstanding addition to the Lung Health Institute team.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

2008 – 2011 – Cardiology Fellow (Chief)
University of Florida, Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiology – Jacksonville, FL

2006 – 2008 – Clinical Hypertension Fellow, NIH Post-Doctoral Cardiology Research Fellow
University of Texas Southwestern, Internal Medicine, Division of Hypertension – Dallas, TX

2003 – 2006 – Residency
University of Texas Southwestern, Internal Medicine – Dallas, TX

1999 – 2003 – MD
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School – Dallas, TX

1995 – 1999 – B.S. in Chemistry
University of Texas at Dallas – Dallas, TX

 

AWARDS

University of Florida Dean’s grant for Research Activity

Southwestern Medical Foundation Scholarship for Academic Achievement

 

CERTIFICATIONS

Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Disease

Hypertension Specialist – American Society of Hypertension

Diplomate, Board of Nuclear Cardiology

Echocardiography – National Board of Echocardiography

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