Daichi Shimbo

Dr. / MD. Daichi Shimbo, MD

About the Doctor

Dr. Daichi Shimbo's journey in medicine is marked by a blend of engineering acumen and clinical prowess. Starting with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, he seamlessly transitioned to Albany Medical College for his M.D. His postgraduate training at Mount Sinai Medical Center, where he rose to Chief Resident, laid the groundwork for a career characterized by clinical excellence and a focus on cardiovascular medicine.

In his current role as a Professor of Medicine at Columbia University, Dr. Shimbo stands out as a leading cardiologist. His expertise in advanced cardiac imaging and hypertension management is complemented by his contributions to preventive cardiology. As a co-director of the Columbia Hypertension Center and a pioneer in behavioral medicine, Dr. Shimbo's multifaceted approach to patient care and mentorship in multidisciplinary research reflects his commitment to advancing the field of cardiology.



Graduated School

Albany Medical College-Union University

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Daichi Shimbo work?

    He works in the cardiology department.

  • At which hospital does Daichi Shimbo work?

    Dr. Daichi works at - NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center

  • What diseases is Dr. Daichi in?

    Dr. Daichi specializes in diseases and treatments such as advanced cardiac imaging, behavioral medicine and hypertension, preventive cardiology.

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