Sara B. Seidelmann, MD,PhD

Specialty

Internal Medicine

Conditions & Treatments

Cardiovascular Disease, Concierge Medical Service, Nutritional Counseling, Preventative Care, Preventive Medicine


Phone
(203) 661-2596
Accepting New Patients

Biography

Dr. Seidelmann graduated from the School of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University with a major in Biology and went on to complete an M.S. in Human Nutrition at Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons and an M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Nutritional and Metabolic Biology from Columbia University and the Institute of Human Nutrition, graduating with distinction. Dr. Seidelmann completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cardiovascular Genetics with a focus on genetic determinants of lipid metabolism and cardiovascular disease and her Doctorate in Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. She pursued clinical training at the Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital where she completed her internship and residency training in Internal Medicine and fellowship training in Cardiovascular Medicine. Dr. Seidelmann completed advanced clinical and research training in Cardiovascular Disease and Imaging at Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham & Women’s Hospital where her research focused on understanding the complex inter-relationship between genes, nutrients, cardiovascular health and aging and has been published in top-tier medical journals such as the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, Circulation, European Heart Journal, The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and Lancet Public Health and Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology. Her clinical practice emphasizes a personal and holistic approach to medicine.

Gender

Female

Language(s)

English

Locations

Education & Training

Education

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Internship

Yale-New Haven Hospital

Residency

Yale-New Haven Hospital

Fellowship

Yale-New Haven Hospital;Brigham & Woman's Hospital