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Satjit Bhusri

Satjit Bhusri

Lenox Hill Hospital
158 East 84th Street
New York, NY 10028

New York

New York (NY)

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Cardiology; Internal Medicine


Internal Medicine


A compassionate, comprehensive cardiologist on the Upper East Side, Dr. Satjit Bhusri is the associate program director of cardiovascular medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital and assistant professor of cardiology at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. A graduate of Cornell University as a Cornell Tradition Scholar in Genetics & Development, and of SUNY-Downstate College of Medicine in Brooklyn as an Alumni Scholar, Dr. Bhusri completed all of his advanced medical training at Lenox Hill Hospital. It is his hope to guide his patients to be more mindful and healthy in their lives.

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About Satjit Bhusri

Medical School: State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine

Graduation Year: 2007

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Honors and Awards:

Press Release


Satjit Bhusri, MD Receives 2016 Best of Manhattan Award

Manhattan Award Program Honors the Achievement

MANHATTAN May 18, 2016 -- Satjit Bhusri, MD has been selected for the 2016 Best of Manhattan Award in the Cardiologists category by the Manhattan Award Program.

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About Manhattan Award Program

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The Manhattan Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.

SOURCE: Manhattan Award Program

Manhattan Award Program

Best in Manhattan for Cardiology, Manhattan Award Program, 2016

Special Licenses/Certifications:

Cardiovascular Disease


Internal Medicine

Professional Activity:

American College of Cardiology

American Heart Association

American Society of Echocardiography

Publications, Lectures and Presentations:

Satjit Bhusri, Jonathan Siegfried, Nils Guttenplan, and Neil Coplan. Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy Complicating 

Elective Direct Current Cardioversion for Atrial Fibrillation: Case Report and Review of Literature. 

Texas Heart Institute Journal. 1. 2014 Apr 1;41(2):184-7. PubMed ID: 24808781


Satjit Bhusri, Adam Bierzynaski, Eugene Pashkovetsky, Neil Coplan, Daniel Daneshvar, Georgia Panagopoulos. The Role of Gender on the Evaluation of Patients with Syncope Poster Presentation. American Federation of Medical Research, Eastern Regional Meeting. April 9th, 2014, Washington, D.C.


Satjit Bhusri, E Pashkovetsky, A Bierzynski, DF Armstrong, D Daneshvar, G Panagopoulos and NL Coplan The Utility of Serum Troponin in Patients Admitted with Syncope. Poster Presentation. American Federation of Medical Research, Southern Regional Meeting. February 20th, 2014, New Orleans, LA.


Satjit Bhusri and Jack Ansell. New Anticoagulants in Atrial Fibrillation: An Update for Clinicians. Therapeutic 

Advances in Chronic Disease. January; 3(1):37-45, 2012. PubMed ID: 23251767


Niket Sonpal, Emmanuel Pafos, Mylan Satchi, Satjit Bhusri, Jeevan Vinod, and Michael Frank. An Apple a Day 

Could Keep the Hepatic Abscess Away - A Rare Etiology for a Rare Finding in an Immunocompetent 

Patient. 2010 ACG Abstracts. American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting, San 

Antonio, TX. October 15-20, 2010.


Daniel J. Hoeppner, Mona S. Spector, Tom Ratliff, Susan Granat, Jack Lin, Satjit Bhusri, Michael Herman, and 

Michael O. Hengartner. eor-1 and eor-2 are Required for Specific Neuronal Cell Deaths in Caenorhabditis 

elegans. Developmental Biology. October 1; 274(1):125-38, 2004. PubMed ID: 15355793


Rigby, Alan C, Bhusri, Satjit S, and Grant, Marianne. A comparison of the metal-free and calcium-bound 

conformers of the  -carboxyglutamic acid domain of protein S suggests a structural/functional role for 

the aromatic amino acid stack Pro-Pro loop [abstract]. Blood. 98: 1, 2001.


Marianne A. Grant, Satjit Bhusri, Alan C. Rigby. A Structural Comparison of the Metal-Free and Calcium-

Bound NMR Structures of the Membrane Binding Domain of the Anticoagulant Cofactor, Protein 

S. Poster Presentation. Keystone Symposia, Frontiers of Structural Biology. Beaver Run Resort, 

Breckenridge, CO. January 5 – 11, 2002


Alan C. Rigby, Satjit Bhusri and Marianne A. Grant.  A Comparison Between the Metal-Free and Calcium-

Bound Conformers of the γ -Carboxyglutamic Acid Domain of Protein S. Poster Presentation. 

American Society of Hematology, 43rd 2001


Marianne A. Grant, Satjit Bhusri, Alan C. Rigby.  Metal-Free NMR Structure of the γ –Carboxyglutamix Acid 

Domain of Human Protein S. Poster Presentation. FASEB Summer Conference: Vitamin K and the 

Synthesis, Structure and Function of Vitamin K-Dependent Proteins. Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, 

VT August 4-9, 2001


Falls LA, Furie BC, Jacobs M, Furie B, Rigby AC. The omega-loop region of the human prothrombin gamma-

carboxyglutamic acid domain penetrates anionic phospholipid membranes. Journal of Biological 

Chemistry. June 29;276(26):23895-902, 2001. Acknowledgments: “We are grateful to Satjit Bhusri and Dr. Julie Eisenstein 

for assistance with preliminary fluorescence experiments.” Annual Meeting and Exposition. Orlando, FL December 7-11,

Educational Background:

B.S. Cornell University, 2003. 

Cornell Tradition Scholar

Cornell Menschel Public Service Scholar

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