Professor Ariel Roguin is a graduate of the Ruth and Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine at the Technion– Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa. He completed his residency in Medicine and Fellowship in Cardiology at Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa, and in Cardiovascular Diseases at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, USA.
Professor Roguin also received a PhD from the Technion in the field of angiogenesis. Currently an Associate Professor at the Technion, he is also a Senior Attending Physician in the Department of Cardiology and is the Director of Interventional Cardiology at Rambam.
Head of a research lab in the Technion’s Faculty of Medicine. Prof. Roguin’s research interests are in the fields of percutaneous treatment of heart disease as well as coronary disease and genetics. Also interested in understanding the differences between people in coronary collaterals formation, Prof. Roguin is actively involved in self-initiated and multicenter trials in this field.
Professor Roguin has a special interest in cardiac imaging and is a member of the Rambam Cardiac CT team. His studies on MRI safety in patients with pacemakers and ICDs are known worldwide.
He has published several key manuscripts on the topic of radiation hazards in interventional cardiologists, is invited to speak regularly in the major scientific meeting around the world, and serves as faculty member. He is also a reviewer of the major journals in Cardiology.
Professor Roguin has received numerous research and teaching awards, including the Israel Heart Society’s Neufeld Foundation Award for original work, the Fulbright-United States-Israel Educational Foundation Post-Doctoral Award, the Johns Hopkins Department of Medicine Annual Research Meeting Award for Best Clinical Research, the American Heart Association Council on Cardiovascular Radiology and Intervention’s Young Investigator Award in Cardiovascular Radiology, the Israel Academy of Science’s Batsheva de Rothschild Grant, and the Morasha Grant. Most recently, Prof. Roguin was awarded the Israel Heart Society Michel Mirowski Excellence Award in 2012 for important clinical and research contributions to the field of cardiology.