Ashish Correa, MD serves as an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Cardiology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and is an advanced heart failure and transplant cardiology specialist at Mount Sinai Morningside and the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. He is also the Director of Quality Improvement and Quality Assurance for heart failure at Mount Sinai Morningisde. He received his medical training at Grant Medical College in Mumbai, India. After that, he moved to the United States where he did his Internal Medicine Residency (also serving as Chief Internal Medicine Resident) and Cardiovascular Diseases Fellowship (where he also served as Chief Cardiology Fellow) at Mount Sinai Morningside - West Hospitals. During his training, he won numerous awards, including Resident of the Year and Fellow of the Year, served as Vice President of the American Heart Association's (AHA) Greater New York Area Cardiovascular Fellows' Society and served as Chief Fellow-in-Training for the American College of Cardiology's (ACC) Young Scholars Program. He now serves as a Mentor in the ACC's Young Scholars Program. He has published several articles and co-authored book chapters in cardiovascular diseases, particularly in the area of heart failure. He served on the Writing Committee for the Scientific Statement on COVID-19 and Heart Failure for the Heart Failure of Society of America (HFSA). Dr. Correa has also created artwork and medical illustrations for several publications. Recently, he has joined the editorial team of the Journal of Cardiac Failure, initially as a Fellow-in-Training Editor and now as the Digital Editor, where he has helped create visual infographics and has created the content for the Journal's YouTube channel.