John Bois, M.D., joins Mayo Clinic Department of Cardiovascular Medicine
John Bois, M.D. (MED ’09, I ’12, CV ’16, CVAD ’17) , has joined the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine and Division of Ischemic Heart Disease at Mayo Clinic in Rochester as a senior associate consultant. He also is an assistant professor of medicine in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He will work in the Nuclear Cardiology Laboratory, Cardiac Radiology, Cardiac Sarcoid Clinic, Marfan Syndrome and Thoracic Aortic Clinic, and Chest Pain and Coronary Physiology Clinic.
Dr. Bois graduated from Mayo Clinic College of Medicine in 2009 and was a resident in Mayo’s internal medicine residency. He received the A.C.E Award twice and an Internal Medicine Residency Outstanding Achievement Award. He was a cardiovascular fellow at Mayo Clinic in Rochester and received the Edward C. Rosenow Teaching Award, the Angela and Anne Marinelli Clinical Practice Award, and the Mayo Brothers Distinguished Fellow Award.
He took an additional year of research in nuclear cardiology and worked on a project to examine cardiac dysynchrony. He was subsequently a Mayo Foundation Scholar at Washington University, where he studied hybrid imaging with PET/MRI and myocardial metabolic imaging, and received additional nuclear cardiology and cardiac radiology training before returning to Rochester. In 2018 he has been a Mayo Foundation Scholar in cardiac radiology.