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Meet Dr. Loewinger
Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease
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Dr. Loewinger was born and raised in New Jersey. He attended the prestigious Penn State-Jefferson Accelerated BS/MD Program, the oldest such program in the nation. After graduating from the Jefferson Medical College in 2003, he entered the Internal Medicine residency at North Shore University Hospital in Long Island. While there, Dr. Loewinger won multiple awards for his efforts in medical research. He developed a special interest in cardiology and worked closely with the cardiology department, both clinically and academically. In 2005, Dr. Loewinger started doing research with cardiac CT, at the time a very new technology. At the end of residency, Dr. Loewinger was accepted into the Cardiovascular Disease fellowship at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey for the 2007 academic year.
After graduation from residency, Dr. Loewinger was contacted by UCLA and offered a research fellowship in advanced cardiac imaging. There, he worked with Dr. Matthew Budoff, an acknowledged pioneer and global leader in the field. Dr. Loewinger spent six months learning advanced imaging techniques. While at UCLA, Dr. Loewinger was also an integral part of Dr. Budoff's
teaching program, educating hundreds of physicians from all over the world in the theory and clinical practice of the budding technology. Dr. Loewinger worked on multiple research studies, including the groundbreaking Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA).
Dr. Loewinger attended the Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital from 2007-2010. He was trained in all aspects of cardiology, with a special emphasis on preventive care and advanced imaging. During this period, Dr. Loewinger assisted in setting up the new cardiac CT programs at the Deborah Heart and Lung Center and the Jersey Shore Medical Center.
After completing his education, Dr. Loewinger was hired by a busy private practice in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Loewinger participated heavily in the medical education. His group took charge of a brand-new cardiology fellowship, and Dr. Loewinger frequently participated in the clinical and academic training. In addition, Dr. Loewinger was tasked with jump-starting the locally advanced imaging program.
Dr. Loewinger maintains an interest in medical research and education and is affiliated with both New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital (formerly New York Methodist Hospital) and Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn. Additionally, Dr. Loewinger holds various leadership positions in the Medical Society of the County of Kings.
BS, The Pennsylvania State University, 1997-1999 State College, PA
Penn State-Jefferson Accelerated BS/MD Program
MD, Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, 1999-2003 Philadelphia, PA
Residency in Internal Medicine, North Shore University Hospital, 2003-2006 Manhasset, NY
Fellowship in Advanced Cardiac Imaging, Harbor UCLA, 2006-2007 Torrance, CA
Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson, 2007-2010 New Brunswick, NJ
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease
American College of Cardiology
American Heart Association
Medical Society of the County of Kings (President-Elect, 2017)
Medical Society of the State of New York
Loewinger, LE and Young, WB: “Headache Preventatives: Effect on Weight.” Neurology 2002;58 Suppl 3:A286
Young, WB and Loewinger, LE: “The Effect of Topiramate on Weight In Chronic Daily Headache and Episodic Migraine Patients.” Cephalalgia 2002;22:610
Loewinger, L and Young, B; “The Effect of Migraine Preventatives on Weight.” Poster presented at the American Academy of Neurology, 54th annual meeting, April 2002, Denver, CO
Loewinger LE, Epstein, M, et al; “Disseminated Tuberculosis Complicated by ARDS Caused by Low-Dose Infliximab Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis.” Poster presented at the New York State American College of Physicians annual meeting, March 2005, Rochester, NY. Recipient of the Jaffin Award for Academic Achievement, 2005
Makaryus, AN, Loewinger LE, et al; “Effect of Aortic Insufficiency on Left Ventricular Wall Motion.” Poster presented at the American Society of Echocardiography, annual meeting, June 2005, Boston. Recipient of the Scherr Award for Academic Achievement, 2006
The great escape: junctional escape-capture bigeminy
Henry, S. A., Makaryus, A. N., Loewinger, L., Boal, B., Am J Geriatr Cardiol - 2006 Nov 01