Joshua M. Lader

Joshua M. Lader, MD

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Member of: Stamford Health Medical Group

About Me

Dr. Lader is a fellowship-trained cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist who specializes in caring for conditions affecting the heart’s electrical system. He received a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from New York University (NYU) and a medical degree from the NYU School of Medicine.

He then completed his residency in Internal Medicine, followed by a fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases and a fellowship in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, all at the NYU School of Medicine.  Dr. Lader was initially drawn to the field while conducting research aimed at explaining some of the basic molecular underpinnings of atrial fibrillation. He believes that when targeted lifestyle modifications fall short, this and similar research will mark the beginning of an age where heart rhythm disturbances are treated, and even prevented, by targeted treatments at the molecular level.

At Stamford Health, Dr. Lader provides a wide array of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for heart rhythm management.  His clinical expertise covers a broad range of complex ablations, device implantation, lead management and extraction, as well as left atrial appendage closure techniques. As heart rhythm health is reflective of the health of the rest of the body, Dr. Lader takes advantage of the highly collaborative environment that the Stamford Health system provides to address rhythm disturbances from a multidisciplinary point of view.

Dr. Lader believes that electrophysiology is a rapidly advancing field with continuously emerging technologies and approaches, all of which can have an immediate impact on patients’ longevity and quality of life.” Through both his clinical practice and research efforts, he is committed to ensuring an individualized approach to heart rhythm management.

Languages

English

Specialties

  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Credentials

Medical School

New York University School of Medicine

Residency

New York University School of Medicine

Fellowship

New York University School of Medicine

Published Work

Lader JM, Park D, Aizer A, Holmes D, Chinitz LA, Barbhaiya CR. Slow Pathway Modification for Treatment of Pseudo-pacemaker Syndrome Due to First Degree AV Block with Dual AV Nodal Physiology. HeartRhythm Case Rep. 2017. Dec 26;4(3):98-101.

Lin B, Lin X, Stachel M, Wang E, Luo Y, Lader J, Sun X, Delmar M, Bu L. Culture in glucose-depleted medium supplemented with fatty acid and 3, 3’, 5-triiodo-L-thyronine facilitates purification and maturation of human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 2017. Oct 9; 8: 253.

Lader J, Stachel M, and Bu L. Cardiac stem cells for myocardial regeneration: promising but not ready for prime time. Curr Opin Biotechnol. 2017. Jun 4; 47: 30-35.

Lader JM, Vasquez C, Bao L, Maass K, Qu J, Kefalogianni E, Fishman GI, Coetzee WA, Morley GE.  Remodeling of atrial ATP-sensitive K? channels in a model of salt-induced elevated blood pressure.  Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2011 Sep;301(3):H964-74.

Board Certifications

  • Cardiovascular Disease - American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

Affiliations

  • Heart Rhythm Society
  • American College of Cardiology
  • American College of Physicians

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