Section of Cardiology
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
|MD||2004||University of Pennsylvania||
|Residency||2007||Columbia University||Internal Medicine
|Fellowship||2011||Mount Sinai Medical Center||Cardiology
|Fellowship||2012||Massachusetts General Hospital||Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation
|Fellowship||2012||Harvard Medical School||Medicine
Dr. Sayer specializes in the diagnosis and management of heart failure. He has expertise in the treatment of advanced heart failure, with a particular interest in mechanical circulatory support and cardiac transplantation. His research interests center on the investigation of novel therapies for the management of heart failure. Dr. Sayer’s primary focus is the prevention and management of ventricular assist device complications. In addition, he has an interest in right ventricular physiology, and the development of treatment strategies for right ventricular failure. Dr. Sayer is currently serving as an investigator on several multi-center trials of drug and device therapies for heart failure.
Heart failure, cardiogenic shock, mechanical circulatory support, ventricular assist devices, cardiac transplantation, right ventricular failure
- Sayer GT, Semigran MJ. Right Ventricular Failure. In: Eisen H (Ed.), Heart Failure: A Comprehensive Guide to Pathophysiology and Clinical Care (1st ed.). New York: Springer; 2014.
- Sayer GT, Bhat G. The Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone system and heart failure. Cardiology Clinics. 2014;32:21-32.
- Sayer GT, Semigran MJ. Right ventricular performance in chronic congestive heart failure. Cardiology Clinics. 2012;30(2):271-82.
- Sayer GT, Baker JN, Parks KA. Heart rescue: the role of mechanical circulatory support in the management of severe refractory cardiogenic shock. Current Opinion in Critical Care. 2012;18(5):409-16
- Garan AR, Uriel N, Sayer G, Zahner D, Farr M, Mancini D, Jorde UP. Alteration in systemic vascular resistance and cardiac output during acute cellular rejection and recovery in heart transplant recipients. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation. 2010; 29(3):382-4.