Chetan Huded, MD, MSc, FSCAI | SCAI

Chetan Huded, MD, MSc, was born and raised in Connecticut. He completed a B.A. in Biological Sciences from the University of Chicago, where he was awarded the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Summer Research Fellowship and graduated as a Student Marshal. Next, he completed his M.D. at Dartmouth Medical School, where he was awarded the Paul Gerber award for the top graduating student in the Department of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, where he was the Walter Rambach Intern of the Year and was selected to serve an additional year as a Chief Medical Resident. While at Northwestern University, Dr. Huded earned a Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation to further develop expertise in clinical research. He then completed fellowships in Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH, where he served as Chief Cardiovascular Fellow. 

After completing his training, Dr. Huded joined Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute's staff as part of the Saint Luke’s Cardiovascular Consultants in Kansas City, MO. In his current role, Dr. Huded is a practicing interventional cardiologist focusing on coronary and structural heart disease. In addition, he is the Medical Director of Saint Luke’s Left Atrial Appendage Closure Program. Dr. Huded is also a Clinical Scholar and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. His research focuses on the real-world adoption and application of transcatheter coronary and structural heart procedures to improve population-level outcomes of cardiovascular disease. He has authored multiple prior scientific manuscripts, review articles, and book chapters. He has been a finalist for the American College of Cardiology Young Investigator Award and the American Heart Association’s Quality of Care and Outcomes Research Council Early Career Investigator Award. 

In 2022, Dr. Huded received the inaugural SCAI-Abbott Early Career Research Grant for his project, "Site Variability in Use of Intra-Coronary Imaging Guidance to Optimize Percutaneous Coronary Intervention."