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Ross Garberich, MS, MBA

Vice President, Scientific Services

Ross Garberich serves as the Vice President of Scientific Services for the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation. He provides leadership for MHIF’s investigator-initiated research program; partnering with physicians to deliver on MHIF’s mission of innovation by answering research questions and identifying pathways to improve patient care.

In his 15 years at MHIF, Ross has an established track record of designing programs and teams which provide researchers with the tools and services they need to design, conduct, and disseminate research. He has extensive knowledge of leveraging clinical EMRs, data warehouses, and statistics to help execute research and quality improvement studies. With a passion for collaboration, Ross has co-authored over 125 peer-reviewed publications spanning all sub-specialties within cardiology.

Ross earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth where he also received a Master’s degree in Applied and Computational Mathematics and his MBA. He lives in Chaska, Minn. with his wife and two children.

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The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation® (MHIF) strives to create a world without heart and vascular disease. To achieve this bold vision, we are dedicated to improving the cardiovascular health of individuals and communities through innovative research and education.

Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, we can continue this life-saving work. Please make a gift to support the area of greatest need.

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Heart disease is the #1 cause of death of men and women, claiming the lives of 700,000 people annually; our fathers and mothers; our friends and loved-ones.

Together, we can change that statistic with an investment in life-changing research and education. This heart month, we hope you'll make a special gift in honor of a loved one and the physicians, researchers and educators working to create a world without heart and vascular disease.