Medical School or Training
Loma Linda University School of Medicine, 1998
Harbor - UCLA Medical Center, Surgery General, CA, 2001
Harbor - UCLA Medical Center, Surgery General, CA, 2005
University of Michigan Health System, Thoracic Surgery, MI, 2007
Critical Care Medicine, University of Michigan Health System, 2009
Surgical Critical Care
Dr. Romano's research interests include heart failure, heart transplantation, and circulatory support.
Matthew A. Romano, M.D. joined the faculty in 2009 following the completion of his residency and fellowship in Thoracic Surgery and Surgical Critical Care at the University of Michigan. During this time he received advanced training in the surgical treatment of aortic disease and heart transplantation at the University of Michigan. Dr. Romano operates at both the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center and at the Ann Arbor Veterans Hospital.
His clinical and research interests include mechanical circulatory support for heart failure and shock, heart transplantation, aortic diseases and minimally invasive cardiac surgery techniques.