Dr. Salvatore Cavaleri is a considerate and dependable cardiologist based in New York, NY. Dr. Cavaleri attended New York University, where earned his medical degree. He completed both his internal medicine internship and residency at New York University. He continued his training by completing a fellowship in cardiology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
Dr. Cavaleri is board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He was chosen to serve as one of the chief medical residents, where he assisted in crafting the educational program for the internal medicine residency program.
Dr. Cavaleri is trilingual in Italian, Spanish, and English. His clinical interests include preventive cardiology, arrhythmia and atrial fibrillation, congestive heart failure, and the care of patients undergoing surgery. He gives each patient his focused attention, and he prides himself on delivering the best treatment available.
Medical School - New York University
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Fellowship in Cardiology
New York University, Residency in Internal Medicine
New York University, Internship in Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
Cardiovascular Disease (Internal Medicine)
Awards and Publications
Dr. Cavaleri was chosen to serve as one of the Chief Medical Residents where he assited in crafting the educational program for the Internal Medicine Residency Program.
Occult double RV physiology complicating VSD repair. By: Schaffer, Wendy; Cavaleri, Salvatore; Attai, Lawrence; Spevack, Daniel M; 2010 January.
Increase in circulating bone marrow progenitor cells after myocardial infarction. By: Spevack, Daniel M; Cavaleri, Salvatore; Zolotarev, Alexander; Liebes, Leonard; Inghirami, Giorgio; Tunick, Paul A; Kronzon, Itzhak; 2006 May.
Evidence of bone marrow stem cell mobilization following myocardial infarction. By: Spevack, DM; Cavaleri, S; Zolotarev, A; Inghirami, G; Liebes, L; Tunick, PA; Knonzon, I; 2003 October 28.
Molecular mechanisms of ventricular arrhythmia stabilization in a mouse model of sudden death. By: Cavaleri, SG; Danik, S; Gutstein, D; Bear, G; Sun, YJ; Meyers, K; France, D; Fishman, GI; Morley, G; 2004 October 26.