Gregory C. Rose, M.D., F.A.C.C.
Dr. Rose thinks that it’s a great feeling to have patients come back to see him, smiling because their symptoms have been resolved. And when people let him know that they feel better, and that they can function and interact with their families, he knows what he does makes a real difference.
When he’s not helping take care of patients’ hearts, he likes to ride his bike or make music. Dr. Rose thinks both music and biking are great stress relievers. In college, he had to decide between becoming a professional musician and studying medicine. Even though cardiology won over music, he still enjoys playing the banjo, mandolin and guitar with his family. He and his family also enjoy taking day-long bike rides of 50 miles or more.
Dr. Rose loves being a cardiologist. To him, helping people feel better and making a difference in the lives of individuals and families makes it all worthwhile.
FELLOWSHIP & POSTGRADUATE TRAINING
- Fellowship, Cardiovascular Disease, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
- Residency: Internal Medicine, Indiana University Affiliated Hospitals, Indianapolis, IN
- Medical Degree: St. Louis University, School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
- Undergraduate Degree: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
- Nuclear Cardiology
- Cardiovascular Disease certificate valid indefinitely
- Internal Medicine certificate valid indefinitely
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Alpha Omega Alpha
- Sophos (University of Cincinnati)
- Phi Lambda Upsilon (National Honorary Chemical Society)
- M. Brayton Graff Award (University of Cincinnati)
- Department of Neurology Award (St. Louis School of Medicine)
- Robert S. Oelman Scholarship
- Fellow, The American College of Cardiology
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
- Rose GC, Armstrong WF, Mohomed Y, Feigenbaum H. Atrial level right-to-left intracardiac shunt associated with post-operative hypoxemia: demonstration with contrast two-dimensional echocardiograph. JACC. 1985;6:920-922.
- Jolly SR, Rose GC. Stimulation of myocardial function after brief regional ischemia by glucagon. Pharmacology (submitted).
- Rose GC, Jordan JC, Jolly SR. Intracoronary diltiazem limits infarct size during prolonged angioplasty and balloon inflation. Drug Development Research. 1993;28:460-466.
- Colliver C, Oller D, Rose G, Brewer D. Traumatic intrapericardial diaphragmatic hernia diagnosed by echocardiography. J Trauma: Injury, Infection and Critical Care. 1997;42:115.
- Rose GC, Dillon JC. Variables associated with successful reopening of totally occluded coronary arteries using PTCA alone. Circulation. 72:III-369.
- Hookman LD, Rose GC, Dillon JC. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty using curved balloons. Initial Experience (submitted).
- Riddell RV, Armstrong WF, Rose GC. Safety of left ventricular catheterization in patients with left ventricular mural thrombi. (Submitted).
- Dillon JC, Rose GC, Hookman L, Feigenbaum H, Armstrong WF. Demonstration of functional recovery of myocardium by echocardiography following acute intervention by percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty. International Symposium on Interventional Cardiology, 16th Annual Symposium of the Texas Heart Institute, 1986. Abstract 121.
- Jolly SR, Rose GC. Stimulation of myocardial function after brief regional ischemia by glucagon. FASEBJ. 1988;2:A1054.
- Jolly SR, Keaton N, Movahed A, Rose GC, Reeves WC. Hyperkalemia and myocardial depression by verapamil. FASEBJ. 1989;3:A1021.
- Rose GC, Jordan JC, Jolly SR. Intracoronary diltiazem limits infarct size during prolonged angioplasty balloon inflation. J Am Coll Cardiol. 1989;13:195.
- Rose GC, Jordan JC, Jolly SR. Coronary artery autoperfusion limits infarct size during prolonged angioplasty balloon inflation. J Moll Cell Cardiol. 1989;21:(suppl II).