Alan C. Yeung, MD earned his medical doctorate from Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts.  He completed his internship and residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and a cardiology fellowship with Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.  He is board-certified in interventional cardiology, cardiovascular medicine, and internal medicine.  

His current research interests include methods of assessing vascular endothelial function to better stratify high-risk coronary artery disease patients; structural and functional studies of atherosclerosis in transplant coronary artery disease patients; and the development of novel techniques to deliver drug-imbedded particles into the atherosclerotic wall. He treats patients with coronary artery disease and specializes in interventional approaches to treat complex coronary interventions, such as chronic total occlusions, as well as minimally invasive approaches to treat stenotic valves such as mitral valvuloplasty.  

He sits on Editorial Board of several major cardiovascular journals and is the Chairman of the Interventional Cardiology Board of the American Board of Internal Medicine.