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Lawrence S. Czer, MD

Medical Director, Heart Transplant Program

Associate Medical Director, Mechanical Circulatory Support Program

Co-Medical Director, Cardiothoracic Surgery Database

Professor, Medicine

Lawrence S. Czer, MD

Smidt Heart Institute
127 S San Vicente Blvd #A3600
Los AngelesCA
90048

Phone:

310-423-2077

Fax:

310-248-8252

Cardiomyopathy at Smidt Heart Institute
127 S San Vicente Blvd #A6100
Los AngelesCA
90048

Phone:

310-423-2077

Fax:

310-248-8252

Lawrence S. Czer, MD

Medical Director, Heart Transplant Program

Associate Medical Director, Mechanical Circulatory Support Program

Co-Medical Director, Cardiothoracic Surgery Database

Professor, Medicine

  • IM/Cardiology

Lawrence S. Czer, MD, co-founded the Cedars-Sinai Heart Transplant Program in 1988 with Alfredo Trento, MD. This renowned program is currently the largest in the United States. Excellent clinical skills, innovative practice, and advanced research make Dr. Czer a leading expert in heart transplantation. His research focuses on the mechanisms of cardiac stem (progenitor) cell differentiation and migration in normal and diseased human hearts; molecular, morphological, and functional changes in hearts after transplantation and after insertion of a ventricular assist device; molecular mechanisms of bioprosthetic and native valve calcification; and Cardiothoracic Tissue Repository. Dr. Czer employs molecular, cellular, transgenic and wild-type animal, and human tissue and cells to understand the biology of cardiac stem cells in normal and diseased hearts and to understand mechanisms of cardiac valve calcification. His research has established and maintained a repository of cardiac, vascular, and thoracic tissue for research purposes.

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  • Medical School: UCLA, 1977
  • Internship: UCLA, 1978
  • Residency: UCLA, 1980
  • Fellowship: Cedars-Sinai, 1983

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