Dr Gary Roubin graduated in 1965. He is an internationally renowned interventional cardiologist, recognised for his ground-breaking work in the development of coronary stenting and the first FDA-approved coronary stent. His additional contributions include pioneering work in carotid stenting, embolic protection devices and large bore vascular closure technology.
Dr Roubin lectures extensively in the United States and abroad, is widely published and has received numerous national and international awards for his notable contributions to cardiac and vascular care. Over the past three decades, Professor Roubin's pioneering work in the catheterisation laboratory has been seen live by physicians and healthcare professionals via satellite around the world. Gary Roubin lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, United States of America.