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Our Team

Amit Noheria portraitAmit Noheria

Associate Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, KU School of Medicine

Dr. Noheria is a Cardiovascular Electrophysiologist who takes care of patients with complex heart rhythm disorders, including complex congenital heart disease, and teaches residents and fellows. He is passionate about meaningful research that can improve the care and lives of his patients. Some of his research interests have evolved toward novel processing methods, including artificial intelligence in reexploring electrocardiography (ECG), cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) and other aspects of cardiovascular care including arrhythmia ablation and cardiac electronic device therapy.

Clinical profile


Chris Harvey portrait

Chris Harvey

Student Research Assistant, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, KU School of Medicine

Chris Harvey is a computer scientist who specializes in machine learning and AI. He has been working in the computer science field since 2015. He has experience in natural language processing, computer vision, computer recognition, signal processing, deep learning, reinforcement learning and programming. He has worked with health, financial, text, image, audio, video, signal and simulation data. When he isn’t doing research, Chris enjoys spending time with his family, cooking, gaming, practicing martial arts, and rock climbing. 

Sagar Ranka portraitSagar Ranka

Third-year clinical cardiology fellow, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine

After earning his medical degree from Maharashtra University in Mumbai (India), Dr. Ranka moved to the U.S. to complete his clinical training at Cook County hospital in Chicago, Ill. He has a particular interest in complex relationships of predictors driving clinical decision-making in coronary/valvular heart disease. He aims to enhance predictions that leverage machine-learning algorithms to advance precision medicine. As a board-certified physician in internal medicine and future cardiologist, he is committed to utilizing artificial intelligence to improve the quality and safety of cardiovascular care delivered to heart patients. Outside of work, he spends time playing racquetball, taking long walks, reading philosophy and avidly follows F1 racing and cricket. 


Tucker Morey portraitTucker Morey

Third-year student, KU School of Medicine-Wichita

As an undergraduate student, Tucker Morey spent three years developing eco-friendly supercapacitors derived from biowastes. He has experience with cyclic voltammetry, linear scan voltammetry, chronoamperometry, electrical impedance spectroscopy, operated x-ray diffraction and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller tests. He has produced two peer-reviewed publications and has collaborated with multiple teams on various international projects. Outside of academics, he spends his time competing in Brazilian jiu jitsu, learning guitar and playing soccer.

Ashley DeBauge portraitAshley DeBauge

Second-year student, KU School of Medicine

Ashley DeBauge has a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Trinity University in San Antonio, Tex. She is currently interested in cardiology as a potential specialty. Ashley’s extracurriculars include Co-President positions with the Cardiology Student Interest Group, Health Career Collaborative and Genetics Interest Group. She also is a Murphy Society leader, Students as Scholar facilitator and she helps runs a food pantry at JayDoc Free Clinic. In her free time, Ashley enjoys hanging out with her friends and family and playing tennis. 

Tyan Fairbank portraitTyan Fairbank

Second-year student, KU School of Medicine

Tyan Fairbank has a Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology from the University of Kansas and is currently interested in pursuing the cardiology, pediatrics or OB/GYN fields of medicine. Tyan also spends time in extracurriculars as the Co-President of the Care4Kids Student Interest Group, a Wescoe Society leader and Peer Advisor, Student as Scholars facilitator and student physician volunteer at the JayDoc Free Clinic. Outside of school and research, Tyan enjoys painting, photography, playing with her dog, Bagel, and reading.

Uzair Mahmood portraitUzair Mahmood, M.D.

Graduate of Internal Medicine Residency Program, KU School of Medicine

Nikhil Parimi portraitNikhil Parimimi

Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, Class of 2022

Sean Lacy portraitSean Lacy

Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, Class of 2022

Madhu Reddy portraitMadhu Reddy

Director, Division of Cardiac Electrophysiology
Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine



Seth Sheldon portraitSeth Sheldon

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine



Kamal Gupta portraitKamal Gupta

Director, Vascular Medicine Program
Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine



Mark Wiley portraitMark Wiley

Professor and Chair, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine


KU School of Medicine

University of Kansas Medical Center
Cardiovascular Medicine
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Mailstop 4023
Kansas City, KS 66160