Dr. Anum Minhas attended medical school at Duke University and trained in internal medicine at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. During her Cardiology fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, she served as the Chief Cardiology fellow and was honored to receive the Marie-Josee and Henry R. Kravis Endowed Fellowship and the Lou and Nancy Grasmick Endowed Research Fellowship (2021-2022). She was also awarded the Dlabal Clinical Research award for originality and creativity in research. During her fellowship, she completed additional training and obtained a Master of Health Science with focus in cardiovascular epidemiology as an NIH T32 postdoctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also completed additional clinical training during fellowship in Advanced Echocardiography, and designed and completed an inaugural fellowship in Cardio-Obstetrics.
Dr. Minhas joined the Johns Hopkins Cardiology faculty with a clinical focus in women's cardiovascular health, specifically Cardio-Obstetrics, or cardiac disease around pregnancy. She also attends in the coronary critical care unit and the echocardiography laboratory. She was selected as a recipient of an NIH-sponsored KL2 award through the Clinical Research Scholars Program.
Her current research focuses on preventing and managing cardiovascular disease associated with pregnancy complications, such as preeclampsia. She is the recipient of several grants and has coauthored multiple publications and book chapters in women's cardiovascular health. She hopes to use her research to raise awareness of and provide insights into mechanisms of pregnancy-associated cardiac disease and promote health equity in maternal health.