Associate Professor of Medicine
Cardiovascular Medicine

Associate Professor of Medicine

Professional Bio

Eiman Jahangir, MD, is a cardiologist with extensive training and experience in research investigation and clinical patient care. He has a special interest in hypertension and cardiac oncology.

Dr. Jahangir was inducted into the Imhotep Society at the University of Tennessee for excellence in leadership and contribution to the University. He won research fellowships including an NIH summer research fellowship while at the University of Tennessee, a Clinical Research Training Resident Scholar (CREST) award while at Boston University, and the Fogarty International Clinical Research Fellow (FICR-F) award while at Vanderbilt University. He also received the Rhodes Award for Scholarly Activity in Cardiovascular Medicine in 2012 at Vanderbilt.

Dr. Jahangir has published numerous original scientific articles in peer-reviewed, medical and scientific journals. He also has published reviews and editorials. These publications relate to his research in cardiology and epidemiology with a focus on hypertension and cardio-oncology. He is on the program planning committee for the American Heart Association’s national council for Epidemiology and Prevention/ Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Metabolism (EPI/NPAM).


MD - University of Tennessee Health Science Center - 2005
Internship - & Residency, Internal Medicine - Boston University Medical Center - 2008
Fellowship - Cardiology - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - 2010
Fellowship - fogerty Int'l Clinical Research - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - 2011
Fellowship - Cardiovascular Medicine - Vanderbilt University Medical Center - 2012
MPH - Vanderbilt University School of Medicine - 2013