About Michael Simons Yale

Michael Simons draws on an extensive background in cardiovascular biology in building the Yale Cardiovascular Research Center. A key emphasis has been on the development of innovative platforms for research that combine clinical investigations and basic science.

Dr. Simons has past experience with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School as associate professor of medicine. While in this position, he oversaw the establishment of the pioneering Angiogenesis Research Center, which encompassed the efforts of clinical trialists, cardiovascular imagers, and basic scientists. Employing pharmacology and toxicology evaluation, he guided animal studies that were critical in establishing the viability of FGF- and VEGF-based therapies. The studies he oversaw enabled the creation of a Food and Drug Administration submission package and a robust clinical trials infrastructure.

Work History

Work History
Jul 2008 - Present

Chief of Cardiology

Yale University School of Medicine

Education

Education
Jul 1978 - Jun 1980

MD

Yale University School of Medicine