Yuliya Vengrenyuk


Yuliya Vengrenyuk, PhD

The Mount Sinai Hospital

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Dr. Vengrenyuk is Assistant Professor of Medicine of the Icahn School of Medicine and the Director of Intravascular Imaging Core Laboratory at The Mount Sinai Hospital. She joined Mount Sinai in 2013 after receiving a PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering and completing postdoctoral training in molecular mechanisms of atherosclerosis in New York University School of Medicine. Her work aims to understand the mechanisms of atherosclerosis progression using a unique combination of intravascular imaging and transcriptomic approaches. Dr. Vengrenyuk has developed and implemented image analysis protocols in several clinical trials including YELLOW II and III, ORBID, ORBID OA and ORBID FFR. She has numerous publications on the role of OCT, IVUS and NIRS in optimizing percutaneous coronary intervention and the effects of lipid lowering therapies on plaque morphology. She co-authored the “Atlas of Coronary Intravascular Optical Coherence Tomography” in 2017 and was a part of the cath lab team, which created a mobile application teaching OCT, OCTAID.

New York, NY, United States