Transforming medical devices for improved patient outcomes

Kenneth Rosenfield, M.D.
Director, Cardiac & Vascular Invasive Services, Massachusetts General Hospital

Kenneth Rosenfield, M.D. is Head of the Section of Vascular Medicine and Intervention in the Division of Cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital. His research focuses on novel, minimally invasive strategies for treating complex peripheral and coronary artery disease. Dr. Rosenfield is a leader in defining new modalities of treatment and has conducted clinical trials investigating renal, carotid, and lower extremity revascularization, intravascular ultrasound, excimer laser angioplasty, thrombolytic therapy, and other technologies. Dr. Rosenfield has played a prominent role in establishing guidelines and practice standards in treating peripheral carotid, renal, and coronary artery disease. He has authored numerous scientific publications and is a frequent contributor to book chapters and review articles on managing peripheral arterial disease.

Dr. Rosenfeld is a prior chairman and longstanding member of the Peripheral Vascular Disease Committee of the American College of Cardiology, current Chair of the Diagnostic & Interventional Cardiac Catheterization Committee of the American Heart Association, current Chair of the SCAI Ad Hoc Committee on PAD, and member of the SCAI Ad Hoc Carotid and Cerebrovascular Disease Committee.

Dr. Rosenfield received his B.A. from Dartmouth College and his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts. He performed his residency training at Kaiser San Francisco and his cardiology fellowship at New England Medical Center, followed by an interventional cardiology fellowship at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center of Boston.