Specialty Areas: Interventional cardiology; coronary intervention; pericardiocentesis; hemodynamic supports.
Chronology: MD: Second Military Medical University, 1992; PhD: Second Military Medical University, Medical and Molecular Genetics, 1997; Post-Doc Fellow: Yeshiva University (Bronx), Research, 1999-2005; Resident: Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 2005-2008; Fellow: University of North Carolina, Cardiology, 2008-2012; Fellow: University of North Carolina, Interventional Cardiology, 2012-2013; Upcoming Board Certifications: Internal Medicine, 2018; Internal Medicine/Cardiovascular Disease, 2022; Internal Medicine/Interventional Cardiology, 2023.
Dr. Dai’s clinical and research focus is myocardial infarction and cardiovascular genetics. His interventional specialties include treating coronary, renal artery, and peripheral artery disease. Dr. Dai’s expertise in periocardiocentesis, endomyocardial biopsy, and hemodynamic supports allows him to treat patients with a wide range of illnesses and cardiac conditions.
Dr. Dai is also involved with research studies on vascular biology focusing on high phosphate induced vascular calcification, and clinical cardiology focusing on acute myocardial infarction in special patient populations, such as in-hospital AMI, AMI in patients with paraplegia and CAD in patients with advanced age etc.