FRANK D. KOLODGIE, PHD • ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
Dr. Kolodgie’s primary interest is basic and translational atherosclerotic and interventional disease.
Since its founding in 2005, Dr. Kolodgie has served as the Associate Director of CVPath Institute. Dr. Kolodgie’s research for more than twenty-five years has focused on the pathology of human vascular disease, including the role of inflammation, apoptosis and neoangiogenesis in the progression of atherosclerosis in addition to translational research in the interventional device field. Dr. Kolodgie has received the Young Investigator honor from the American College of Cardiology and has also been the recipient of over 10 grants. Dr. Kolodgie has authored and co-authored nearly 160 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals and more than 30 book chapters. Dr. Kolodgie holds an adjunct faculty appointment at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.