Paul Cremer, MD
Dr. Cremer is a cardiologist and cardiovascular imager at Northwestern University where he is an Associate Professor in the departments of medicine and radiology. He serves as the Director of multimodality cardiac imaging and the Associate Director of the clinical trials unit at the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute. Dr. Cremer earned a Bachelor’s degree in molecular biology from Princeton University, his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, and a masters degree in biostatistics from Case Western Reserve University. Following completion of his internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, he continued his postdoctoral training with a 3-year fellowship in cardiovascular medicine and a subsequent 2-year fellowship in advanced cardiovascular imaging, both at the Cleveland Clinic. His clinical and research interests include multimodality cardiovascular imaging and auto-inflammatory cardiovascular disease. He is a co-author of the book chapter Pericardial Diseases in Braunwald’s Heart Disease and is an associate editor for Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging.