Andrew J. Luisi, Jr., MD
Department of Cardiology
Buffalo Medical Group, PC
Specialties: Adult Cardiology and Cardiovascular Imaging
Dr. Andrew J. Luisi, Jr. is board certified in Internal Medicine,
Cardiovascular Disease and Nuclear Cardiology. His area of interest
focuses on multimodality cardiovascular imaging, including nuclear
cardiology (perfusion and viability imaging), echocardiography,
vascular ultrasound, and CT angiography.
A graduate of Canisius College and the University at Buffalo (UB)
School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Dr. Luisi has completed
residency training in Internal Medicine and Nuclear Medicine, and a
fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases. He is a Fellow of the
American College of Cardiology and the American Society of Nuclear
Cardiology, and has served as a New York State Representative of the
American College of Cardiology.
Before joining BMG, Dr. Luisi was an Assistant Professor of
Medicine at UB. His activities included basic and clinical research,
with a focus on investigational PET imaging, as well as a teaching
attending at the Erie County Medical Center. Dr. Luisi
has presented research findings at many national and
intercontinental cardiology meetings, and is published in
peer-reviewed journals. He is currently the director of Nuclear
Cardiology at BMG, and site director of Nuclear Cardiology at
DeGraff Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Luisi is primarily affiliated with Millard Fillmore Suburban
Hospital, Gates Vascular Institute and DeGraff Memorial Hospital.
An abbreviated hyperinsulinemic-euglycemic clamp results in similar
myocardial glucose utilization in both diabetic and non-diabetic
patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy. Fallavollita JA,
Luisi AJ Jr, Yun E, deKemp RA, Canty JM Jr.; J Nucl Cardiol.
2010 Aug;17(4):637-45. Epub 2010 Apr 14.
Prediction of arrhythmic events with positron emission tomography:
PAREPET study design and methods. Fallavollita JA, Luisi AJ
Jr, Michalek SM, Valverde AM, deKemp RA, Haka MS, Hutson AD,
Canty JM Jr.; Contemp Clin Trials.
2006 Aug;27(4):374-88. Epub 2006 May 2.
Regional 11C-hydroxyephedrine retention in hibernating myocardium:
chronic inhomogeneity of sympathetic innervation in the absence of
infarction. Luisi AJ Jr, Suzuki G, Dekemp R, Haka MS,
Toorongian SA, Canty JM Jr, Fallavollita JA.;
J Nucl Med. 2005 Aug;46(8):1368-74.
Spatial inhomogeneity of sympathetic nerve function in hibernating
myocardium. Luisi AJ Jr, Fallavollita JA, Suzuki G,
Canty JM Jr.; Circulation.
2002 Aug 13;106(7):779-81.