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    • CURRICULUM VITAE - Linda Ruth Peterson, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.H.A., F.A.S.E. Date: September 26, 2007 1. Present Position: Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology, Cardiovascular Division and Division of Geriatrics and Nutritional Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 2. Education: a. Undergraduate: 1982-1986 B.S. Biology, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. b. Graduate: 1986-1990 M.D. Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO c. Postgraduate: 1990-1991 Intern in Medicine, Washington University, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, MO 1991-1993 Resident in Medicine, Washington University, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, MO 1993-1996 Fellow in Cardiology, Washington University, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, MO 3. Academic Positions/Employment: 1996 - 1998 Instructor in Medicine, Cardiovascular Division, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 1998 – 2007 Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Division and Division of Geriatrics and Nutritional Sciences, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 2007 – present Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology, Cardiovascular Division and Division of Geriatrics and Nutritional Sciences, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 4. University and Hospital Appointments and Committees: 1996 - present Attending Physician, Barnes-Jewish Hospital staff 1999 - present Co-investigator, Cardiovascular Imaging Laboratory, Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 2007– 2009 Executive Committee of the Faculty Council, Clinical Representative 5. Medical Licensure and Board Certification: Missouri License No. 109568 National Board of Medical Examiners –passed 1991 American Board of Internal Medicine – passed 1993 American College of Cardiology EKG exam - passed 1997 American Society of Echocardiography exam - passed 1997 American Board of Cardiology - passed 1998 6. Honors and Awards: 1982 Valedictorian, Appleton High School-West
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 2 1986 Magna Cum Laude, Georgetown University 1986 Francis Graham Medal of Academic and Athletic Achievement, Georgetown University 1993 Washington University Resident Teaching Award 1993 Winner, Missouri Chapter of the American College of Physicians’ poster contest 1993 Winner, National American College of Physicians’ poster contest 1993 Winner, Syntex/Medicine award for excellence in clinical practice 1994 Knowlton ‘Incentive for Excellence’ Award, Internal Medicine Program, Washington University School of Medicine 1997 Winner, First American Society of Nuclear Medicine/Amerscham Award 7. Editorial Responsibilities: Senior Editor – Journal of Cardiometabolic Syndrome Imaging Section Chief Editor - Journal of Cardiometabolic Syndrome Editorial Board Member – Circulation, Journal of Women’s Health, Journal of Cardiometabolic Syndrome Editorial Consultant - Clinical Therapeutics Reviewer: Circulation, Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, Diabetes, Journal of American College of Cardiology, American Journal of Cardiology, American Journal of Physiology – Heart and Circulatory Physiology, Journal of Applied Physiology, American Journal of Hypertension, European Heart Journal, Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Coronary Artery Disease, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, and the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Journal of the Cardiometabolic Syndrome Reviewer: American Heart Association Annual Session abstracts 8. Professional Societies and Organizations: Fellow, American College of Cardiology (member # 615146) Fellow, American Society of Echocardiography (member # 00012603) Fellow, American Heart Association, Council on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Metabolism (member # 100001542136) Member, The Obesity Society (member # 002116) Member, Organization for the Study of Sex Differences (conf.#408468) Member and Medical School Representative, American Federation for Medical Research Member, American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (member # 114402) Member, Academic Women’s Network, Washington University Member, Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences, Washington University 9. Major Invited Professorships and Lectureships: 7-92 ‘Regression of Atherosclerosis’ Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 5-98 Keynote Speaker and Panel Discussion Coordinator ‘Estrogen Replacement Therapy and Prevention of Ischemic Heart Disease’ American Heart Association - Western States Affiliate - Annual Meeting 10-98 Featured Speaker and Panel Discussion Leader
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 3 ‘Menopause as a Risk Factor’ Twenty-fourth Annual Critical Care Medicine Workshop, Appleton, Wisconsin 12-98 ‘Estrogen Replacement Therapy and Cardiovascular Disease’ Contemporary Women’s Health Issues Conference Washington University Medical Center 2-99 ‘Endothelial Dysfunction in Hypertension’ Update in the Management of Hypertension Conference Washington University Medical Center 5-99 ‘Estrogen Replacement Therapy and Coronary Artery Disease’ Cardiology in the Heartland Conference University of Wisconsin - Madison Medical School 9-99 ‘Menopause as a Risk Factor for Heart Disease: Estrogen Replacement Update’ Department of Medicine Grand Rounds Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 10-99 ‘The Effects of Estrogen on Myocardial Perfusion and Perfusion Reserve in Postmenopausal Women’ and ‘Meet the Experts’ Panel Member American Society of Nuclear Cardiology - 4th Annual Tutorial 12-99 Women’s Health Issues in Diagnosing and Treating Coronary Artery Disease Washington University Medical Center 10-05 ‘Effects of Obesity on the Heart’ University of Missouri – Columbia Cardiology Grand Rounds
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 4 11.6 Plenary Session Speaker ‘The Obesity Epidemic’ American Heart Association Annual Session Chicago, IL 2.7 ‘Obesity and the heart: function and metabolism’ Department of Medicine Grand Rounds Washington University School of Medicine 3.7 ‘Obesity and the heart: function and metabolism’ Cardiology Research Seminar Hôpital Laval Research Center Québec City, Québec, Canada 11.7 Moderator: Ask the experts session ‘Obesity and heart disease management’ American Heart Association Annual Session Orlando, FL 10. Research Support: a. Governmental: 2000.5 Principal Investigator K12-HD01459, entitled, “Obesity’s Effect on Myocardial Metabolism and its Regulation” Building Interdisciplinary Research Career in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) Program Total Direct = $87,909 2003-08 Principal Investigator RO1-HL073120, entitled, “Altered Myocardial Fatty Acid Metabolism in Obesity” Total Direct = $2,490,825 2004-07 Co-investigator RO1-DP000092, entitled, “Worksite Opportunities for Wellness” (P.I. Susan Racette PhD) Total Direct = $250,000 2005-10 Co-investigator RO10DK59531, entitled, “Myocardial Function and FFA Metabolism I HIV Metabolic Syndrome” (P.I. Kevin Yarasheski, PhD) Total Direct = $1,903,577 2005-07 Co-investigator Pilot Project of P20-RR020643 (Daniel P. Kelly, PI), entitled, “Quantification of Intramyocardial Lipid by Proton MRS” (P.I. Robert Gropler, MD) Total Direct = $199,999
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 5 2005-07 Co-investigator Pilot Project of P20-RR020643 (Daniel P. Kelly, PI), entitled, “Identification of biomarkers for early diabetic cardiomyopathy” (P.I. Jean Schaffer, MD) Total Direct = $199,743 b. Nongovernmental: 1997-99 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Losartan’s effect on endothelial function.” Merck, West Point, Pennsylvania Total Direct = $25,000 1997-98 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Estrogen’s effect on myocardial perfusion and perfusion reserve in postmenopausal women.” American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, Bethesda, Maryland Total Direct = $22,500 1997-99 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Estrogen’s effect on myocardial perfusion and perfusion reserve in postmenopausal women.” Society of Nuclear Cardiology - Missouri Valley Chapter, St. Louis, Missouri Total Direct = $3,000 1997-99 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Estrogen’s effect on myocardial perfusion and perfusion reserve in postmenopausal women.” American Heart Association - Missouri Affiliate, Dallas, Texas Role on project: Primary investigator Total Direct = $25,000 1998-99 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Effects of raloxifene vs. those of estrogen on endothelial function and tissue perfusion in older postmenopausal women.” Pepper Center Pilot Project, St. Louis, MO Total Direct = $25,000 2000-01 Principal Investigator Entitled “Myocardial metabolism in obesity” Washington University Clinical Nutrition Research Unit (CNRU) Total Direct = $18,000 2002 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Rehabbing cardiac rehab” Barnes-Jewish Hospital Auxiliary Total Direct = $18,900 2004 Principal Investigator
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 6 Entitled, “Oximetry for monitoring congenital heart disease patients undergoing exercise VO2 testing” Barnes-Jewish Hospital Auxiliary Total Direct = $1,050 2005-07 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Effect of gastric bypass-induced weight loss on myocardial structure, function, and metabolism” Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation Total Direct = $337,505 2006-07 Co-Investigator Entitled, “Identification of biomarkers for early diabetic cardiomyopathy Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation Total Direct = $100,000 2008-09 Principal Investigator Entitled, “Myocardial metabolism and function in heart failure: amenable to benefit from future cardiac rehabilitation?” Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation Total Direct = $45,673 11. Clinical Title and Responsibilities: Attending Physician, Cardiac Diagnostic Laboratory Attending Physician, Cardiac Rehabilitation Center 12. Teaching Title and Responsibilities: Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine 1. Teaching of the cardiology fellows on echocardiography and cardiac rehabilitation rotations 2. Didactic teaching sessions for the cardiology fellows, first, and third year medical students 3. Didactic teaching session for the internal medicine house staff core curriculum conference 13. Advisory and Working Groups: 1. American Heart Association, member of the Advisory and Writing Group for the Statement on Cardiovascular Disease in HIV, 2007-2008 14. Bibliography: a. Peer-reviewed Manuscripts: 1.Fichtenbaum CJ, Peterson LR, Weil, GJ: Ehrlichiosis presenting as a life-threatening illness with features of the toxic-shock syndrome. Am J Med 1993; 95:351-357. 2.Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Barzilai B: Transthoracic vs. transesophageal echo for detecting various atrial septal defects. Cardio 1994;July, 48C-F.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 7 3.Peterson LR, Peterson LF, Rattray TA, Quillen JE: A sinus node artery fistula. Circulation 1998; 97:499-500. 4.Peterson LR, Chandra N, French WJ, Rogers WJ, Weaver D, Tiefenbrunn AJ, for the NRMI-2 Investigators: Reperfusion therapy in patients with acute myocardial infarction and prior coronary artery bypass graft surgery (National Registry of Myocardial Infarction-2). Am J Cardiol 1999; 84:1287-91. 5.Peterson LR, McKenzie CR, Ludbrook PA, Sundt T, Eichling JO, Schardan-Watson G, Tiefenbrunn AJ: Value of vein graft markers during subsequent diagnostic cardiac catheterization. Ann Thor Surg 1999; 68:2263-6. 6.Peterson LR, Courtois M, Peterson LF, Peterson MR, Dávila-Román VG, Spina RJ, Barzilai B: Estrogen increases hyperemic microvascular blood flow velocity in postmenopausal women. J of Gerontology:Medical Sciences 2000;55A:M174-179. 7.Peterson LR, Eyster D, Dávila-Román VG, Stephens ALP, Schechtman K, Herrero P, Gropler RJ: Short-term oral estrogen replacement therapy does not augment endothelium-independent myocardial perfusion in postmenopausal women. Am Heart J 2001;142:641-7. 8.Peterson LR, Schechtman KB, Ewald GA, Geltman EM, Meyer T, Krekeler P, Rogers JG: The effect of beta-adrenergic blockers on the prognostic value of peak exercise oxygen uptake in patients with heart failure. J Heart Lung Transplant 2003;22:70-77. 9.Peterson LR, Schechtman KB, Ewald GA, Geltman EM, de las Fuentes L, Meyer T, Krekeler P, Moore ML, Rogers JG. Timing of cardiac transplantation in heart failure patients on beta-adrenergic blockers. J Heart Lung Transplant 2003;22:1141-1148. 10.Peterson LR, Rinder MR, Schechtman KB, Spina RJ, Glover KL, Villareal DT, Ehsani, AA. Peak exercise stroke volume: associations with cardiac structure and diastolic function. J Appl Physiol 2003;94:1108-1114. 11.Ehsani AA, Spina RJ, Peterson LR, Rinder MR, Glover KL, Villareal DT, Binder EF, Holloszy JO. Attenuation of cardiovascular adaptations to exercise in frail octogenarians. J Appl Physiol 2003;95:1781-1788. 12.de las Fuentes L, Herrero P, Peterson LR, Kelly DP, Gropler RJ, Dávila-Román VG. Myocardial fatty acid metabolism is predictive of left ventricular hypertrophy in hypertensive heart disease. Hypertension 2003;41:83-87. 13.Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Schechtman KB, Meyer T, Gropler RJ, Barzilai B, Davila-Roman VG. Alterations in left ventricular structure and function in young healthy obese women: Assessment by echocardiography and tissue Doppler imaging. J Am Coll Cardiol 2004;43:1399-1404. 14.Peterson LR, Herrero P, Schechtman KB, Racette S, Waggoner AD, Kisreiva-Ware, Zulia, Dence, C, Klein S, Marsala J, Timothy Meyer, Gropler RJ: Effect of obesity and insulin resistance on myocardial substrate metabolism and efficiency in young women. Circulation 2004;109:2191-2196.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 8 15.Rinder MR, Spina RJ, Peterson LR, Koenig CJ, Florence CR, Ehsani AA. Comparison of the effects of exercise and diuretic on left ventricular geometry, mass, and insulin resistance in older hypertensive adults. AJP:Reg Integ Comp Physiol 2004:287:R360-368, 2004. 16.Peterson LF, Peterson LR: The safety of performing diagnostic cardiac catheterizations in a mobile catheterization laboratory at primary care hospitals. Angiology 2004;55(5):499-506. 17.Evans EM, Racette SB, Peterson LR, Villareal DT, Greiwe JS, Holloszy JO. Healthy octogenarians improve aerobic power and insulin action in response to endurance exercise training. J Appl Physiol 2005;98:40-45. 18.Rinder MR, Spina RJ, Peterson LR, Koenig CJ, Florence CR, Ehsani AA. Comparison of the effects of exercise and diuretic on left ventricular geometry, mass, and insulin resistance in older hypertensive adults. AJP:Reg Interrog Comp Physiol 2004;55:499-506. 19.Spina RJ, Meyer TE, Peterson LR, Villareal DT, Rinder MR, Ehsani AA. Absence of left ventricular arterial adaptations to exercise in octogenarians. J Appl Physiol 2004;97:1654-1659. 20.Herrero P, Soto P, Dence CS, Kisrieva-Ware Z, Delano DA, Peterson LR, Gropler RJ. Impact of hormone replacement on myocardial fatty acid metabolism: potential role of estrogen. J Nucl Cardiol 2005;12:574-81. 21.Herrero P, Peterson LR, McGill JB, Matthew S, Lesniak D, Dence C, Gropler RJ. Increased myocardial fatty acid metabolism in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. J Am Coll Cardiol 2006;47:598-604. 22.Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, de las Fuentes L, Schechtman KB, McGill JB, Gropler RJ, Dávila- Román VG. Alterations in left ventricular and left atrial structure and diastolic function in type-1 diabetes. J Am Soc Echocardio 2006;19:749-55. 23.Stolker J, Heere B, Geltman EM, Schectman K, Peterson LR. Prospective Comparison of Ventilatory Equivalent Versus Peak Oxygen Consumption in Predicting Outcomes of Patients with Heart Failure. Am J Cardiol 2006;97:1607-10. 24.Evans EM, Racette RB, Van Pelt RE, Peterson LR, Villareal DT. Soy protein isolate and moderate exercise impact bone turnover but not bone mineral density in postmenopausal women. Menopause 2007;14:481-8. 25.Peterson LR, Soto PF, Herero P, Schechtman KB, Mohammed BS, Avidan M, Dence C, Delano DA, Baumstark J, Gropler RJ. Sex differences in human myocardial glucose and oxygen metabolism. J Nucl Cardiol 2007;14:573-81. 26.Peterson LR, Herrero P, McGill J, Schectmann KB, Kisrieva-Ware A, Lesniak D, Gropler RJ. Fatty acids and insulin modulate myocardial substrate utilization in humans with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Diabetes 2008;57:32-40.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 9 27.Areces M, Barzilai B, Eyster D, Peterson LR. Effect of tamoxifen on microvascular function. Am J Cardiol (in preparation). 28. Haider T, Peterson LR. Evaluation of diastole in an obese young woman: mitral valve inflow Doppler versus mitral annular tissue Doppler imaging (TDI) J Cardiometab Syndr 2006;1:74-75. 28.Holland MR, Gibson AA, Peterson LR, Schaffer JE, Perez J, Miller JG. Measurements of the cyclic variation of myocardial backscatter from two-dimensional echocardiographic images as an approach for characterizing diabetic cardiomyopathy. J Cardiometab Syndr 2006;1:149-152. 29.Saeed I, Barry M, Peterson LR, Gropler, RJ. Positron emission tomography (PET) imaging in the cardiometabolic syndrome. J Cardiometab Syndr 2007;2(1):67-69. 30.O'Connor, R. D., Gropler, R. J., Peterson, L., Schaffer, J. Ackerman, J. Limits of a Localized Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Assay for Ex Vivo Myocardial Triacylglycerol. J Pharm Biomed Anal 2007;45:382-9. 31.Peterson LR, Soto PF, Herrero P, Mohammed BS, Avidan M, Dence C, Gropler RJ. Impact of sex on the myocardial metabolic response to obesity. J Am Coll of Cardiol Imaging (accepted for publication). 32.Racette SB, Duesinger SS, Inman CL, Burlis TL, Highstein GR, Buskirk TD, Steger-May K, Peterson LR. Worksite Opportunities for Wellness (WOW): Improvements in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors After 1 Year. Am J Cardiol (submitted). 33.Schambelan M, Wilson PF, Yarasheski KE, Cade WT, Davila-Roman VG, D’Agostino Sr RB, Helmy TA, Law M, Mondy KE, Nachman S, Peterson LR, Worm SW for Working Group 5. Development of appropriate coronary heart disease risk prediction models in HIV-infected patients. Circulation 2008;118:epub ahead of print. 34.St. Vrain J, Bilhorn K, Kurup S, Peterson LR. Strain imaging using speckle tracking in the cardiometabolic syndrome (CMS): method and utility. J Cardiometab Syndr (submitted). b. Invited publications: 1. McKenzie CR, Peterson LR: Hypertension. In Ewald GA, McKenzie, CR, editors: Manual of Medical Therapeutics, ed. 28. Boston; Little, Brown and Company, 1995, pp. 65-84. 2. Peterson LR: Estrogen and cardiovascular disease. In Becker, RC editor: The Textbook of Coronary Thrombosis and Thrombolysis. Worcester, MA; Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997, pp. 585-610. 3. Peterson LR: Lipid disorders. In Carey C, Lee H, Woeljie K editors: Manual of Medical Theraputics, ed. 29. Boston, Lippincott Raven, 1998, pp. 433-440.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 10 4. Peterson LR. Estrogen replacement therapy and coronary artery disease. Curr Opin Cardiol 1998;13:223-232. 5. Peterson LR. Reply to a Letter to the Editor: True uncomplicated obesity is not related to increased left ventricular mass and systolic dysfunction. J Am Coll Cardiol 2004; 44:2247-58. 6. Peterson LR. Metabolic Imaging in the Metabolic Syndrome. Heart and Metabolism 2006;30:11-14. 7. Ash-Bernal R, Peterson LR. Cardiovascular Disease and the Cardiometabolic Syndrome. J Cardiometab Syndr 2006;1(1);25-28. 8. Peterson LR. Obesity and Insulin Resistance: Effects on Cardiac Structure, Function and Metabolism. Curr Hypertens Rep 2006;8(6);451-456. 9. Bannerjee S, Peterson LR. Myocardial metabolism and cardiac performance in obesity and insulin resistance. Curr Cardiol Rep 2007;9:143-149. 10. Mittendorfer B, Peterson LR. Cardiovascular consequences of obesity and targets for treatment. Drug Devel Ther (accepted for publication). c. Abstracts: 1. Rubin BG, Peterson LR, Beck BI, Davila-Roman VG, Barzilai B: Three-dimensional ultrasonography of the carotid artery. (Abstract, presented at the winter meeting of the Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society, 1995). 2. Peterson LR, Courtois M, Dávila-Román VG, Spina R, Barzilai B. Improved endothelial function is associated with current but not past estrogen use in postmenopausal women. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 29:445A, 1997. 3. Peterson LR, Chandra N, French WJ, Rogers WJ, Weaver D, Tiefenbrunn AJ. Reperfusion therapy in post coronary artery bypass graft patients with myocardial infarction: clinical experience from the National Registry of Myocardial Infarction-2. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 29:14A, 1997. 4. Peterson LR, Vaughn LM, Eyster D, Dávila Román VG, Barzilai B. Ultrasound of brachial artery flow correlates with microvascular flux. J Am Soc Echocardiogr (Abstract) 11:515, 1998. 5. Eyster D, Peterson L, Herrero P, Vaughn M, Gropler RJ. Relationship between the myocardial blood flow and hemodynamic response to adenosine in postmenopausal women. J Nucl Med (Abstract) 39:32P, 1998.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 11 6. Eyster DL, Mortimer J, Knapp D, Barzilai B, Peterson LR. Tamoxifen’s versus estrogen’s effect on the microvasculature of postmenopausal women. J Amer Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 317A, 1999. 7. Peterson LR, Eyster DL, Herrero P, Potts N, Vaughn LM, Davila-Roman VG, Stephens ALP, Gropler RJ. Short-term oral estrogen replacement therapy does not enhance myocardial perfusion reserve via endothelial-independent vasodilation. Circulation (Abstract) 100:I-147, 1999. 8. Racette SB, Johnston BD, Obert KA, Peterson LR. Weight control in peri- and early postmenopausal women. NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health, 10th Anniversary; Celebrating a Decade of Progress: Embracing Challenges for the 21st Century, p. 41, 2000. 9. Peterson LR, Barrett A, Herrero P, Meyers T, Ehsani AA, Geltman EM, Ewald GA, Rich MR, Rogers JG. The prognostic value of peak exercise oxygen consumption (VO2) testing in heart failure patients on beta-blockers. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 37:179A, 2001. 10. Peterson LR, Schechtman, KB, Ewald GA, Geltman EM, Barzilai B, Rogers JG: Timing of transplantation in heart failure patients on beta-blockers. J Heart Lung Trans (Abstract) 21:68, 2002. 11. Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Meyer T, Gropler RJ, Perez JE, Johnston D, Davila-Roman VG: Tissue Doppler imaging detects systolic and diastolic abnormalities in young obese women. J Am Soc Echocardiogr (Abstract) 15:S59, 2002. 12. Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Herrero P, Racette S, Marsala J, Meyer T, Klein S, Davila-Roman VG, Gropler RJ: Increasing body mass index is associated with decreased myocardial efficiency in young women. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 41:156A, 2003. 13. Peterson LR, Waggoner AD, Herrero P, Racette S, Meyer T, de las Fuentes L, Klein S, Davila- Roman VG, Gropler RJ: Glucose intolerance and obesity alter myocardial metabolism in young women. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 41:428A, 2003. 14. Peterson LR, Herrero P, Kisrieva-Ware Z, Dence C, Marsala, J, Gropler, RJ: Impact of increased fatty acid delivery on myocardial fatty acid metabolism in obese young women. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 43:332A, 2004. 15. de las Fuentes L, Mitchell LC, Brown AL, Peterson LR, Kovacs A, Waggoner AD, Davila- Roman VG. Plasma triglyceride level is an independent predictor of left ventricular diastolic function. J Am Soc Echocardiogr (Abstract) 17:552, 2004. 16. Peterson LR, Herrero P, Mohammed S, Waggoner AD, Kisrieva-Ware Zulfia, Gropler RJ. Myocardial fractional fatty acid uptake predicts left ventricular diastolic dysfunction. Circulation (Abstract) 110:III-771, 2004.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 12 17. Peterson, LR, Herrero P, Mohammed S, Avidan M, Kisrieva-Ware Z, Marsala J, Gropler RJ. Higher plasma triglycerides in obese women predict increased myocardial fatty acid utilization. Society for Heart and Vascular Metabolism, September 2004, Quebec, Canada. 18. Peterson LR, Herrero P, Avidan M, Mohammed S, Waggoner AD, Kisrieva-Ware Z, Gropler RJ. Myocardial fatty acid uptake predicts left ventricular diastolic dysfunction in obese women. Society for Heart and Vascular Metabolism, September 2004, Quebec, Canada. 19. Peterson LR, Herrero P, Avidan M, Mohammed S, Waggoner AD, Kisrieva-Ware Z, Gropler RJ. Myocardial fatty acid uptake predicts left ventricular diastolic dysfunction in obese women. Oral presentation at the National Institutes of Health, Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health Conference, October, 2004, Bethesda, MD. 20. Peterson LR, Pilar Herrero, MS, Pablo Soto, MD, Carmen Dence, MS, Andrew Coggan, PhD, Robert J. Gropler, MD. Young women have lower myocardial glucose extraction, uptake, and utilization than young men. Society for Heart and Vascular Metabolism, June 2005, Oxford, England (oral presentation). 21. Mohammed SB, Gropler RJ, Waggoner AD, Baumstark J, Klein S, Peterson LR. Decreased diastolic function in obese subjects with metabolic syndrome than in obese subjects without metabolic syndrome Obesity Res (Abstract) 13:A169, 2005. 22. Peterson, LR, Mohammed BS, Avidan M, Herrero P, Waggoner AD, Schechtman KB, Butler T, Baumstark J, Klein S, Gropler RJ. Moderate weight loss decreases myocardial oxygen consumption and cardiac work in obese men and women. J Am Coll Cardiol (Abstract) 47:105A, 2006. 23. Peterson, LR, Herrero P, Mohammed S, Avidan M, Klein S, Schectman KB, Marsala J, DeMoss A, Gropler RJ. Gender differences in the effect of obesity on the heart. Circulation (Abstract), 114:II-211, 2006. 24. Peterson, LR, Soto P, Avidan M, Mohammed S, Herrero P, Klein S, Schectman KB, Gropler RJ. The myocardium of young obese men in the resting fasted state is more insulin-resistant but not less efficient than nonobese men. Circulation (Abstract), 114:II-448, 2006. 25. Gunawardena R, McGill J, Herrero P, Peterson, LR, Butler T, Recklein C, Gropler RJ. The transition from obesity with insulin resistance to type-2 diabetes mellitus is associated with progressive worsening in myocardial substrate metabolism. Circulation (Abstract), 114:II-851, 2006. 26. Herrero P, McGill JB, Lesniak D, Kisrieva-Ware Z, Peterson LR, Gropler RJ. Non-invasive measurements of myocardial glycolysis and glycogen storage in type 1 diabetes patients using 1-11C-glucose and compartmental modeling. Cardiovasc Drugs Ther (Abstract) 20:409, 2006. 27. Saeed IM, Herrero P, Peterson LR, Recklein C, Coggan AR, DeMoss AJ, Dence, McGill JB, Gropler RJ. Impact of gender on changes in myocardial substrate metabolism in the transition from obesity to diabetes mellitus. J Amer Soc Nucl Cardiol (Abstract) S14:28, 2007.
    • Curriculum Vitae Linda R. Peterson, MD, FACC Page 13 28. Gibson AA, Wagner RF, Schaffer JE, Peterson LR, Robert KM, Haider TA, Bilhorn KR, Holland MR, Miller JG. Bayes classification and ROC analysis of the magnitude and time delay of cyclic variation of myocardial backscatter from asymptomatic type 2 diabetes mellitus subjects. Ultrasonic Imag (Abstract) 29:249-250, 2007. 29. Kurup S, Herrero P, Lin CH, Eagon C, Klein S, Gropler RJ, Marsala J, Demoss A, Marin D, Peterson LR. Gastric bypass surgery (GBPS) improves fatty acid (FA) utilization and oxidation by decreasing plasma FA concentrations. Cardiovasc Drugs Ther (Abstract, accepted for publication). 30. Kurup S, Herrero P, Lin CH, Klein S, Gropler RJ, Weber S, Demoss A, Peterson LR. Myocardial oxygen consumption (MVO2) and myocardial insulin sensitivity are improved after modest weight loss (WL) in obese humans. Cardiovasc Drugs Ther (Abstract, accepted for publication). 31. Kurup S, Herrero P, Klein S, Gropler RJ, Weber S, Demoss A, Peterson LR. Myocardial oxygen consumption (MVO2) and myocardial insulin sensitivity are improved after modest weight loss (WL) in obese humans. Circulation (Abstract, submitted).