I strongly believe in patient education and the patient's right to understand and influence their own medical care. I also believe in the strength of combining aggressive behavioral, lifestyle and medical interventions with advanced procedural intervention (when necessary) to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life, and to prevent progression of common cardiac and vascular disease.
Dr. Peter Mason is an interventional cardiologist with specific interest and training in vascular medicine and endovascular intervention.
Dr. Mason earned his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed Internal Medicine residency training at Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, CT; Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship and Cardiac Interventional Fellowships at Boston Medical Center; and a Vascular Medicine and Peripheral Vascular Interventional Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. In addition to his clinical training, Dr. Mason completed a National Heart Lung and Blood Institute sponsored Cardiovascular Epidemiology Research Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital during which time he earned a Master’s of Public Health from the Harvard University School of Public Health. Prior to his hire at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Dr. Mason was an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health where he served as Director of Interventional Vascular Medicine and Co-Director of the Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program.
Dr. Mason’s clinical interests include coronary intervention with a strong dedication to the transradial technique, structural heart disease intervention, peripheral vascular intervention, vascular medicine, non-invasive vascular imaging, and cardiac and vascular disease prevention.
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Education & Training
University of Massachusetts Medical School - Worcester - Doctor of Medicine - (1997)
Yale University School of Medicine - New Haven - CT - Residency in Internal Medicine - (1997-2000)
Harvard School of Public Health - Boston - MA - Masters in Public Health (Quantitative Methods) - (2001)
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School - Boston - MA - Fellowship in Cardiovascular Research - (2000-2001)
Boston Medical Center - Boston - MA - Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine - (2001-2004)
Boston Medical Center - Boston - MA - Fellowship in Cardiac Intervention - (2004-2005)
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School - Boston - MA - Fellowship in Vascular Medicine and Peripheral Vascular Intervention - (2005-2006)
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