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Narutoshi Hibino

Narutoshi Hibino has a wide range of experience treating patients with congenital heart disease. He has 15 years of subspecialty training in cardiac surgery that includes fellowships in adult and pediatric cardiac surgery. He also works closely with the heart transplant and mechanical assist device teams. Dr. Hibino has an interest in translational research, particularly in applying the technology of tissue engineering into the cardiovascular field. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees in Ehime University, Japan. He completed cardiac and cardiovascular surgery fellowships and obtained board certifications at Tokyo Women’s Medical University. Following a research fellowship for tissue engineering at Yale University, Dr. Hibino completed pediatric cardiac surgery fellowships at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. and Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio before joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.


Affiliate Researchers

Alexander Spector
Pablo Iglesias
Douglas Robinson
Alan Stone
William Ball
Ru Chih Huang
Ted Dawson
Dan Reich
Michelle Rudek-Renaut
Joel Bader
Stuart Ray
Ben Ho Park
Jonathan Schneck
Jay Bream
Gregory Bowman
Nitish Thakor
Yoshinori Kato
Arvind Pathak
Peter van Zijl
Joelle Frechette
Steven An
Ahmet Hoke
Jennifer Elisseeff
Justin Hanes
Howard Katz
Aleksander (Sasha) Popel
Yiider Tseng
Kathy Burns
Owen McCarty
Guanshu Liu
Lloyd Miller
Joshua Doloff
Jamie Spangler