UNMC College of Medicine 1998
Internal Medicine UNMC College of Medicine 2002
Cardiology UNMC College of Medicine 2005
Cardiac Electrophys UNMC College of Medicine 2006
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Dr. Anderson’s specific clinical interests include understanding the aspects and contributing factors involved in atrial and ventricular arrhythmias, as well as in atherosclerosis and ischemic cardiomyopathy.
Molecular and cellular immunology is the foundation of Dr. Anderson’s research with a specific focus and interest in innate immunity (preexisting immunity) and how such immune responses contribute to the mechanisms of cardiovascular disease processes. His studies have specifically focused on underlying mechanisms of viral myocarditis, atherosclerotic disease and the impact inflammation has on cardiac rhythm abnormalities. Recent studies have detailed the role of inflammation in arrhythmogenesis and atherosclerosis. Dr. Anderson has also detailed the utility of microbubble technology in the detection and monitoring of vascular inflammation.