Mark Lindsay, MD, PhD
Dr. Mark Lindsay is a member of the Cardiology Division faculty at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, Massachusetts. In the MGH Thoracic Aortic Center, he performs genetic evaluations and provides ongoing care for children and adult patients with Marfan syndrome and other familial aneurysm conditions.
Dr. Lindsay is a member of the staff of the Cardiovascular Research Center at MGH investigating the genetic etiology and pathophysiology of human vascular disease focusing on gene discovery and the developmental underpinnings of vascular aneurysms and dissections.
Dr. Lindsay attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine where he completed the Medical Scientist Training Program, obtaining M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. He completed residency training in pediatrics as well as fellowship training in pediatric and congenital cardiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, in Baltimore, Maryland.