Hani Jneid, MD, FSCAI | SCAI

Dr. Jneid is an associate professor of medicine, the director of interventional cardiology at the DeBakey VAMC and the director of interventional cardiology research at Baylor College of Medicine.

He completed his subspecialty training in Interventional Cardiology at MGH-Harvard Medical School in 2007. Dr. Jneid is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Interventional Cardiology, and is certified by the ASNC. He is an accomplished interventional cardiologist with interest and growing expertise in coronary and structural interventions. He is a FAHA, an FACC, and FSCAI. He serves as a senior associated editor for JAHA, is on the Editorial Board of the AJC and JACC. Dr. Jneid served as a member of the Leadership Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the AHA (07/07-06/09). He serves as a member of the Leadership Committee of the Council on Quality of Care and Outcomes Research of the AHA (7/10-). He has also served as a writing member on AHA position Statements, and chaired the ACC/AHA 2012 Focused Updates of the UA/NSTEMI Guidelines. He served as a writing member of the 2011-2012 Focused Update to the ACCF/AHA/SCAI 2007 clinical competence statement on cardiac interventional procedures.

Dr. Jneid is currently engaged in research activities in the areas of interventional cardiology, ACS, and outcomes research, and has numerous publications. He is the recipient of the first GWTG database grant from the AHA. He received numerous awards including the Senior Resident Award at the Cleveland Clinic (2002), Fellow of the Year Award at the UofL (2004), the Second Prize in Clinical Research from the Massachusetts Medical Society (2007), the Young Leadership Recognition Program Award at the CRT Forum (2010), the Fulbright & Jaworski Faculty Excellence Awards for Teaching (2012) and for Enduring Educational Materials (2012). He lectures annually at the Baylor Medical School and is actively involved in teaching students, residents, and fellows, and mentoring trainees in clinical and interventional cardiology.