Rajeev Narayan, M.D. comes from a distinguished academic background. Having graduated Alpha Omega Alpha from an accelerated dual degree medical program from NJ Medical School, Rajeev went on to train in internal medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. He further specialized in cardiology & interventional cardiology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, before joining an advanced interventional cardiology training program at the Mass General Hospital, where he specialized in the percutaneous treatment of peripheral vascular & structural heart diseases. Rajeev has authored numerous manuscripts in prominent peer reviewed publications & his work has been presented at national & international conferences.


Alon Aharon, MD is a board-certified cardiothoracic surgeon and has led several cardiac surgery programs throughout his career. He most recently was Campus Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Main Line Health in Pennsylvania.  Following his undergraduate degree in engineering, Aharon completed medical school at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans.  He received his general and cardiothoracic surgical training at UCLA and obtained additional expertise in thoracic transplant surgery as well as pediatric and complex adult cardiac surgery at Vanderbilt University.  Aharon has authored numerous scientific publications and is co-founder of AVN Technologies, an innovative medical device company, and holds multiple national and international medical device patents.