Dr. Gary Roubin, MD, PhD is an internationally renowned interventional cardiologist, recognized for his groundbreaking work in the development of the first FDA-approved coronary stent, as well as in pioneering the techniques of carotid stenting and embolic protection devices. Gary has published more than 250 papers and 225 abstracts in journals, edited three textbooks, and contributed to other textbooks. His 30-year career has gained him a formidable reputation in the field of cardiac care.
Gary earned his medical degree at the University of Queensland, Australia, completed his residency at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, and his fellowship at Hallstrom Institute of Cardiology in Sydney. He holds a Ph.D. in cardiovascular physiology at Sydney University Hospital. Gary has served in numerous leadership roles throughout his career including Chair of Interventional Cardiac and Vascular Services at Lenox Hill in New York City for nearly a decade. He also served on faculty at Emory University School of Medicine and University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine.
He lives with his wife, Peta, and his five children between their homes in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Birmingham, Alabama.