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Daniel Ziazadeh, M.D., M.Sc.

Daniel Ziazadeh, M.D., M.Sc.

Cardiac Surgery , Surgery

UR Medicine Faculty The University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group (URMFG) consists of over 900 specialist and primary care providers spanning 19 departments. URMFG is certified by the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
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Accepting New Patients

Contact

Appointment (585) 275-2525

Locations

Cardiac Surgery

601 Elmwood Avenue, Ground Floor &1st Floor
Rochester, NY 14642

About Me

“I treat patients as if they are members of my own family, with compassion and attention to detail, always utilizing the latest techniques, research, and clinical practice guidelines to provide them with the most cutting-edge care, both in and out of the hospital.”

Area of Expertise
• Ar...
“I treat patients as if they are members of my own family, with compassion and attention to detail, always utilizing the latest techniques, research, and clinical practice guidelines to provide them with the most cutting-edge care, both in and out of the hospital.”

Area of Expertise
• Arrythmia Surgery
• Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery
• Aortic Valve Replacement
• Mitral Valve Repair
• Transcatheter Valve Therapies
• Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)

Area of Special Interest
• Valvular Heart Disease
• Structural Heart Disease
• Endoscopic & Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery

Dr. Daniel Ryan Ziazadeh is an Assistant Professor of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Rochester. He was born in the state of Washington and raised in Michigan. He attended James Madison College at Michigan State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations and studied abroad in Hungary, Romania, Turkey, Belgium, and the Netherlands. He graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School with a Master of Science in Pharmacology where he conducted research in Dr. Shaomeng Wang’s laboratory, working on target-specific novel small molecule drugs for the treatment of head/neck and hematologic malignancies. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine from the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.

Dr. Ziazadeh completed his surgical training in the Cardiothoracic Surgery Integrated Program at the University of Rochester Medical Center. During this time, he developed a particular interest in minimally invasive cardiac surgery, structural and transcatheter-based therapies, and mitral valve repair. While in residency, he served as the Adult Cardiac Surgery section editor for the Thoracic Surgery Residents Association (TSRA) Literature Review. At the completion of his surgical training, Dr. Ziazadeh joined the faculty at the University of Rochester. Dr. Ziazadeh collaborates with industry and experts in the field of Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery to provide patients with the least invasive form of therapy to treat their heart disease.

Dr. Ziazadeh is married to a Vascular Neurologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center. They have one young son. Outside of work, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family.

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor - Department of Surgery, Cardiac (SMD)

Credentials

Residency & Fellowship

Residency, Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2017 - 2023

Education

MD | Michigan State University-College of Human Medicine. 2017

Publications

Journal Articles

A primer for the student joining the adult cardiac surgery service tomorrow: Primer 1 of 7.

Bhagat R, Siki MA, Anderson N, Trager L, Aranda-Michel E, Ziazadeh D, Choi A, Treffalls JA, Bianco V, Louis C, Blitzer D, Moon MR

JTCVS open.. 2023 June 14 :270-292. Epub 05/06/2023.

Infective endocarditis of quadricuspid aortic valve.

Goodman AM, Amirjamshidi H, Ziazadeh DR, Jones AS, Hisamoto K

Journal of cardiothoracic surgery.. 2023 February 718 (1):63. Epub 02/07/2023.

Pectus Bar Displacement Causing Right Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction.

Purrman KC, Ziazadeh D, Loria A, Jones C

The Annals of thoracic surgery.. 2021 October 112 (4):e267-e270. Epub 01/04/2021.

Totally percutaneous endovascular repair of HeartMate 3 ventricular assistive device outflow graft pseudoaneurysm.

Balceniuk MD, Ziazadeh D, Mix DS, Prasad S, Stoner MC

Journal of vascular surgery cases and innovative techniques.. 2020 December 6 (4):505-508. Epub 09/12/2020.

Single-dose del Nido Cardioplegia in Minimally Invasive Aortic Valve Surgery.

Ziazadeh D, Mater R, Himelhoch B, Borgman A, Parker JL, Willekes CL, Timek TA

Seminars in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery.. 2017 November 2 Epub 11/02/2017.

WITHDRAWN: Single-dose del Nido cardioplegia in minimally invasive aortic valve surgery.

Ziazadeh D, Mater R, Himelhoch B, Borgman A, Parker JL, Willekes CL, Timek TA

The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery.. 2017 June 12 Epub 06/12/2017.

RalA is overactivated in medulloblastoma.

Ginn KF, Fangman B, Terai K, Wise A, Ziazadeh D, Shah K, Gartrell R, Ricke B, Kimura K, Mathur S, Borrego-Diaz E, Farassati F

Journal of neuro-oncology.. 2016 October 130 (1):99-110. Epub 08/26/2016.

An integrated cellular and sub-cellular model of cancer chemotherapy and therapies that target cell survival.

Cook AB, Ziazadeh DR, Lu J, Jackson TL

Mathematical biosciences and engineering : MBE.. 2015 December 12 (6):1219-35. Epub 1900 01 01.

Elucidation of Acquired Resistance to Bcl-2 and MDM2 Inhibitors in Acute Leukemia In Vitro and In Vivo.

Hoffman-Luca CG, Ziazadeh D, McEachern D, Zhao Y, Sun W, Debussche L, Wang S

Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.. 2015 June 121 (11):2558-68. Epub 03/09/2015.

Significant Differences in the Development of Acquired Resistance to the MDM2 Inhibitor SAR405838 between In Vitro and In Vivo Drug Treatment.

Hoffman-Luca CG, Yang CY, Lu J, Ziazadeh D, McEachern D, Debussche L, Wang S

PloS one.. 2015 10 (6):e0128807. Epub 06/12/2015.