After completing medical school at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, where he was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha and Gold Humanism honor societies, Dr. Zampi completed his residency training at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC. Dr. Zampi then completed his fellowship training in pediatric cardiology at the University of Michigan, which he followed with an additional year of subspecialty training in interventional pediatric cardiology. Dr. Zampi is now an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics within the University of Michigan Congenital Heart Center. He focuses on interventional pediatric cardiology and cardiac critical care.
Dr. Zampi’s main research interests include novel interventional approaches in congenital heart disease, including hybrid procedures and percutaneous valve implantation. He is also interested in neurodevelopment and neurocognitive function in patients with congenital heart disease. In addition, Dr. Zampi has taken a lead role in quality improvement efforts within the cardiac catheterization laboratory and is involved in several national data registries to improve the care of patients who undergo cardiac catheterization procedures within the Congenital Heart Center.