Nadia Sutton, MD, MPH, is a Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Section of Interventional Cardiology. Dr. Sutton received her Medical Degree from Loyola University of Chicago, where she graduated cum laude, with Honors in Research. She received her Masters in Public Health from Boston University. She undertook her post-graduate training in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine, and Interventional Cardiology at the University of Michigan. She also completed research training through a National Institute of Health training grant at the University of Michigan. She is a physician-scientist who performs translational research, seeking to answer clinical questions using laboratory based techniques (link below). Her papers have appeared in the Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI), JCI Insight, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, JAMA Internal Medicine, JAMA Network Open, Circulation, Circulation: Quality and Outcomes, and JACC. Dr. Sutton serves on a number of national committees and boards, including for the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association.
At the University of Michigan, Dr. Sutton treats patients with cardiovascular problems, and is involved in teaching medical students, residents, general cardiology fellows, and interventional cardiology fellows. Dr. Sutton’s clinical interest is in coronary artery disease and in treating coronary disease in older adults. Her subspecialty is in percutaneous coronary interventions. Outside of the hospital, Dr. Sutton enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, cooking, and running.