Memorial Sloan Kettering cardiologist Michelle Johnson

Michelle N. Johnson, MD, MPH


Clinical Expertise

Cardiovascular Disease; Nuclear Cardiology

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Memorial Sloan Kettering has locations throughout New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester. These locations offers many services, including screening, chemotherapy, and medical testing.

About Me


MD, Cornell University Medical College; MPH, Harvard School of Public Health


Beth Israel Medical Center


Beth Israel Medical Center; Harvard University

Board Certifications

Cardiovascular Disease; Nuclear Cardiology

I am a clinical cardiologist with a background in nuclear cardiology. My interests include the cardiovascular consequences of cancer care, and cardiovascular disease in women and minorities.


Doctors at Memorial Sloan Kettering work as teams, with specialists from all different areas. This allows us to consider all your needs together, and to give you the best possible care.

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Memorial Sloan Kettering's doctors and scientists are constantly developing new treatments for cancer. MSK is typically running hundreds of clinical trials at a given time.

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Research and Publications

Pregnancy in the patient with Eisenmenger’s syndrome, Mt Sinai Journal of Medicine.

Acute Myocardial Infarction following the Use of Intranasal Anesthetic Cocaine, Southern Medical Journal

Non Invasive Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease in Women, Cardiology Special Edition, Vol 11, 2005

“Age at Natural Menopause and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease — The Nurses’ Health Study,” Archives of Internal Medicine, vol. 159, May 1999.