Dr. Kosar is a triple Diplomate with the American Board, and is board certified
in clinical cardiac electrophysiology, cardiovascular diseases, and internal
medicine, and is NASPExAM TESTAMUR Physician.
Dr. Kosar received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in
1989, completed postgraduate education with an internship and residency
in internal medicine at the University of Pittsburgh in 1992, and completed
fellowship training in both cardiology an electrophysiology at the University
of Southern California in 1997, and served as full-time assistant professor
of medicine at USC. He is a Western regional trainer for Excimer laser
lead extraction for Spectranetics, Inc.
His research interests include cardiac resynchronization, sudden cardiac
arrest, lead extraction, and atrial fibrillation.
Dr. Kosar's publications appeared in Circulation, Journal of the American
College of Cardiology, and Cardiac Electrophysiology Review.