Aniket S Rali


Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, US


Dr. Aniket Rali was born in Ahmedabad, Gujarat and moved to the United States of American in 2003. He subsequently earned his double bachelors degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Political Science from Vanderbilt University. He graduated with an MD degree from the University of Tennessee before completing his residency in Internal Medicine from Case Western University. Aniket went on to complete a fellowship in Cardiovascular Diseases from the University of Kansas and then a sub-specialization fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He is currently pursuing his sub-specialization training in Advanced Heart Failure and Heart Transplantation at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. His academic interests include critical care cardiology with a focus on cardiovascular hemodynamics, advanced heart failure and mechanical circulatory support and cardiac transplantation. 


Articles by Aniket S Rali, MD

Mechanisms of Myocardial Injury in Coronavirus Disease 2019

Aniket S Rali, Sagar Ranka, Zubair Shah, et al

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2020;6:e15.

Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in Coronavirus Disease 2019-associated Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: An Initial US Experience at a High-volume Centre

Yang Yang, Aniket S Rali, Christian Inchaustegui, et al

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2020;6:e17.

COVID-19 Pandemic and Cardiovascular Disease

Aniket S Rali, Andrew J Sauer,


Citation: US Cardiology Review 2020;14:e01.

High-flow Nasal Cannula Oxygenation Revisited in COVID-19

Aniket S Rali, Krishidhar R Nunna, Christopher Howard, et al

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2020;6:e08.

Cardiopulmonary Ultrasonography for Severe Coronavirus Disease 2019 Patients in Prone Position

Aniket S Rali, Sergio Trevino, Edward Yang, et al

Citation: Cardiac Failure Review 2020;6:e12.


Critical care cardiology

Cardiovascular hemodynamics

Advanced heart failure

Mechanical circulatory support

Cardiac transplantation