Danielle Gottlieb Sen, MD
Dr. Danielle Gottlieb Sen completed her pediatric cardiac surgery training at the end of 2015 after medical school at UCSF, General Surgery residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, and fellowships at Columbia/New York-Presbyterian (Cardiothoracic Surgery and Congenital Heart Surgery) and Harvard/Boston Children’s Hospital (ACGME Congenital Heart Surgery).
She obtained two Master's degrees, including a Masters of Science from UC Berkeley, and a Masters of Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health.
Dr. Gottlieb-Sen maintains a 75% clinical appointment with a 25% research effort at LSU/Children’s Hospital New Orleans, as well as a dual appointment at Monroe Carell Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
She is board-certified in General Surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, and Congenital Cardiac Surgery.
She is a surgeon-scientist with a funded laboratory and translational research effort. Her research interests include the genetics of congenital heart disease, mechanisms of heart valve growth, device development, and the epidemiology of prenatal diagnosis and congenital heart disease in Louisiana.
She is particularly interested in the care of the fetus and newborn with congenital heart disease.
Dr. Gottlieb Sen was drawn to practice congenital cardiac surgery because of her interest in developmental biology and caring for families.
Little Something Extra: She loves to visit new places, and has spent time providing medical care in Africa and Central America.
- Thoracic Surgery /Congenital Cardiac Surgery
University of California, San Francisco
American Board of Thoracic Surgery