A group of American cardiologists have been named as the top 10 best-performing surgeons in the journal of the Amico andrology Laboratory, the Journal’s editorial board announced.
The top 10 surgeons include five who were previously on the list, including New York’s Dr. James A. Miller, who led the surgery at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., where Dr. Michael G. Smith is the chief medical officer.
The top 10 is also up from the last time the Amato andrology Lab was awarded the prestigious honor in January 2019, when Dr. John M. Sallie Jr., of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, was named the top surgeon.
The honor is awarded annually by the American Cardiac Society.
Dr. Miller said he is thrilled to be among the top surgeons in this prestigious journal, which publishes the first journal of its kind in the field.
“This is something that will bring us great honor and recognition,” he said.
“I think the Amino andrology Journal will continue to advance the field of andrology.”
Dr. M.D. Sclafani, president of the International Society for Cardiology, who was not involved in the editorial board’s decision to name the surgeons, called Dr. Miller’s success a “dream come true.”
“I am honored to be included on the Amano andrology editorial board.
I have never worked with Dr.
Miller in the past, and it is a pleasure to work with him in this new endeavor,” Dr. Sclerafani said in a statement.
Dr, Miller said the Amoro andrology and Cardiac Surgery journal has been a “big inspiration” to him, his family and colleagues.
“The Amato &rologo has been an amazing place to work,” he wrote in a tweet.
“It’s great to be here, it’s great for me to have the support of the world’s leading medical societies, the Amatos.”
The Amico &rologo Journal was established in 1992.
The journal was launched in 2004.
Dr Miller was the lead author of the 2015 study in which he and his colleagues compared the outcomes of two groups of cardiologically-disabled men with and without coronary artery disease.
The results, published in The Lancet, showed that the men who had suffered a heart attack or stroke had significantly worse outcomes than the other groups.
He was among the first to identify the cause of this association, and has been credited with having developed the “Cadillac Killer” theory for the disease.
Dr Sclaffani, whose son was a young intern at St Jude Childrens Hospital in 2015, said Dr Miller and his team have been “a beacon for the field.”
“This is an honor for me personally,” Dr Sclaafani told The Associated Press in an email.
“To have a physician of Dr.
Sclafan’s caliber and skill in the Amanto &rologue Journal and the Cardiac Surgeons Journal as well as his colleagues, especially the ones who have been so instrumental in this field, has been invaluable to me and my family.
I am grateful for all of this and look forward to continuing my work in this area of medicine.”
Dr Miller, whose career spans 30 years, said he has learned from his experiences working in other fields, including as an orthopedic surgeon and in cardiovascular medicine.
He has written several books on cardiomyopathy and cardiac surgery.
He said he was excited to be named one of the top-ranked surgeons in a journal that has the largest readership in the world.
“As a physician, you always want to know what’s in the most prestigious journals,” he told AP.
“For a cardiologist, it was a thrill.”
The American College for Cardiovascular Medicine, which oversees the Amica andrology journal, announced the list of the 10 best surgeons on its website.
It also published the results of the study, and Dr. Smith said he and Dr Miller “were very pleased.”
Dr Scleran said he “welcomes” the recognition and said it shows the importance of the field to the American society.
“This was something that I did for many years,” he added.
“But I am glad to have been selected as one of these top 10.”