Ahmad Masri

Ahmad Masri, MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University

Dr. Masri specializes in caring for patients with conditions that result in abnormally thickened hearts, such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, amyloidosis and Fabry’s disease. Dr. Masri trained in Internal Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, where he developed his passion for improving the lives of patients with heart disease. Subsequently, he moved to the University of Pittsburgh, where he completed training in cardiovascular diseases. Dr. Masri is also an expert in cardiac imaging. He spent two years at the University of Pittsburgh supported by a grant from the National Institute of Health, focusing on cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear cardiology, and echocardiography. These modalities constitute the cornerstone of diagnosing and following up patients with thickened hearts. From diagnostic approaches to therapeutics, Dr. Masri led numerous research projects that resulted in publications in leading academic journals. Dr. Masri is married and has two kids. They enjoy spending their time in the outdoors, traveling, and playing soccer.