Dr. Garshick is a cardiologist and assistant professor at New York University (NYU) Langone Health with appointments in both medicine and dermatology. He graduated from Tufts University Magna cum laude and Tufts University School of Medicine with Alpha Omega Alpha honors. He completed an internship and residency at Columbia University Medical Center, a cardiology fellowship, a T32 research fellowship, and a master’s program in clinical investigation at NYU Langone Health.
Dr. Garshick’s research interests include exploring mechanisms to explain the heightened risk of cardiovascular disease in patients with immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, specifically focusing on platelet activation and endothelial cell damage in patients with psoriasis. He conducts clinical trials and directs the cardio-rheumatology program at NYU Langone Health dedicated to reducing cardiovascular risk in patients with heightened systemic inflammation. Dr. Garshick has held grants from the New York Medical Society, National Psoriasis Foundation, Dermatology Foundation, American Heart Association, and the NIH/NHLBI.
Current Knowledge and Future Directions: Psoriasis and Heart Disease (Webinar 1, 2023 Series).
This is the first webinar of the IPC Global Webinar Series. It focuses on psoriasis and heart disease.