Research focus includes the epidemiology and treatment of pulmonary vascular disease and right ventricular (RV) function. This includes investigation of subclinical markers of RV failure and novel RV therapeutics. I have a particular interest in gender and sex hormone determinants of RV function both in health and in disease, with funding from the American Heart Association to study genetic variation in estrogen metabolism as a predictor of RV structure and function.

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Dr. Ventetuolo is an Instructor of Medicine and a member of the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine. Her interests include pulmonary vascular disease, right ventricular failure, and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Funded by a 5-year American Heart Association Fellow-to-Faculty Transition Award, her research focuses on the role of sex hormones and genetic predictors of the hormonal mileu on right ventricular function.
Dr. Ventetuolo graduated from Tufts Medical School and completed residency in Internal Medicine at Brown. Following her Chief Residency, she completed fellowship training at Columbia, with subspecialty training in pulmonary hypertension at New York Presbyterian Hospital and the University of Colorado. During her Instructorship at Columbia, she completed a Master's degree in Biostatics from the Mailman School of Public Health. Dr. Ventetuolo joined the faculty of Rhode Island and Miriam Hospitals in 2011, with clinical duties in the Pulmonary Hypertension Center and the Medical Intensive Care Unit.

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