Alisa Rosen, MD
Dr. Alisa Rosen is a cardiologist at Newton Wellesley Hospital, a community teaching medical center located in Newton, Massachusetts that is affiliated with Tufts University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School. Prior to her time at Newton Wellesley, she spent 8 years as an attending in Cardiovascular Medicine at Boston Medical Center where she served one year as co-director of quality for the Division of Cardiology and 8 years as an assistant professor of medicine at Boston University.
Dr. Rosen graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Wesleyan University in 1991 where she earned a double major in English and Women's Studies. Following graduation she decided to pursue medicine and completed her post baccalaureate classes at University of California Berkeley in preparation for application to medical school. She attended Harvard Medical School where she graduated in 2000 with an MD.
Dr. Rosen completed her residency in General Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco where she also completed a fellowship in Echocardiography. She later completed a Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in General Cardiology with a specialty in advanced cardiac imaging (Cardiac MRI, nuclear, Echo) and in Non-Invasive Cardiology.
Dr. Rosen has authored numerous publications and textbook chapters and is frequently invited to present and lecture at various institutions. She has extensive teaching experience that spans more than a decade.
In addition to her numerous professional accomplishments, Dr. Rosen has made time to volunteer throughout her career. Her volunteer work has included time at a battered women's shelter in San Francisco where she enjoyed one-on-one time with children living in the shelter, as well as volunteer stints with Boston Healthcare for the Homeless and Rosie's Place, a sanctuary for poor and homeless women.