Khusrow A.K. Niazi, MD

Emory Clinic

Associate Professor of Medicine

Emory Healthcare Network Physician
Interventional Cardiology (Board certified since 2000)
Cardiology (Board certified since 1991)
Internal Medicine (Board certified since 1987)
Areas of Clinical Interest:
arteriosclerosis & lipids
cardiac catheterization
cardiology-beta radiation
cardiology - interventional
cardiovascular disease
carotid artery disease
carotid stenting
limb preservation
peripheral arterial disease
peripheral vascular disease
renal artery disease
renal hypertension
varicose veins
venous diseases
Office(s) Locations:
Emory Heart & Vascular Center at Clifton
1365 Clifton Rd NE Bldg A
Atlanta, GA 30322
404 778-5299

Emory Heart and Vascular Center at East Cobb
137 Johnson Ferry Rd Ste 1200
Marietta, GA 30068
404 251-1900
Additional Spoken Language(s):
About Dr. Niazi

Dr. Niazi's research has advanced the field of interventional cardiology by focusing on peripheral vascular disease and coronary artery disease. At Emory, Dr. Niazi initiated the peripheral research program that continues to perform multiple studies, including studies for novel devices for FDA approval to help patients' circulation. Dr. Niazi is one of the few cardiologists that treats venous disease along with arterial disease.

Year Started Practicing: 1984
Year Started Practicing at Emory: 2003
Organizational Memberships:
The Society of Coronary Angiography and Interventions,
American College of Cardiology, Fellow
Major or Recent Publications:

Galbraith E, Del Rosario M, Niazi K. Use of the Stingray Re-Entry System in Two Complex Cases of Occluded Superficial Femoral Arteries. Accepted for publication in Vascular Medicine.

Khalid R, Khalid F, Farooqui F, Dragoi D, Niazi K: Can experienced physicians with high peripheral interventional volume but low carotid artery stenting (CAS) volume achieve low complication rates during CAS? EuroIntervention. 2011 Jan;6(6):744-7.

Khalid R, Khalid F, Farooqui F, Devireddy C, Robertson G, Niazi K: A novel catheter in patients with peripheral chronic total occlusions: a single center experience.Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2010 Nov 1;76(5):735-9

Niazi K, Farooqui F, Devireddy C, Robertson G, vanHorn C, Shaw R: Comparison of hydrophilic glidewires used in endovascular procedures: J Invasive Cardiol August, 2009;21(8):397-400.

Medical School
King Edward Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan

Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH

Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH

William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI