Dr. Stacy Fisher is a cardiologist in Baltimore, Maryland specializing in the care of adult congenital heart disease, pregnancy-related heart disease and congenital heart pulmonary hypertension.
She is Associate Director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) Center at the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute and Director of the ACHD Training Program. She is also an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Her research focus is congenital heart disease in adults including pulmonary hypertension, inherited heart disease and 3D printing translational medicine. She is interested in imaging and using 3D modeling to advance cardiac care and education.
Her education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and a Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. She completed an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Her fellowship in cardiology was at the University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, New York, including serving as the Chief Cardiology Fellow. She was then an Adult Congenital Heart Fellow at the University of Rochester, Strong Memorial Hospital.
After completing her fellowship in 2001, she joined a Baltimore cardiology practice and was named Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Services and the Co-Director of the Cardiac Critical Care Unit at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, positions which she held until 2011. She then joined University of Maryland School of Medicine as Director of Women’s and Complex Heart diseases where she started and directed the Adult Congenital Heart Program and practiced through 2022 when she joined Johns Hopkins.
She is board-certified in Cardiology and Adult Congenital Heart Disease and was recently the President of the American Heart Association’s Greater Maryland Region.