Mark Meyer, MD

Staff Author



Diagnostic and Preventative Cardiology, Lipid Disorders, Women's Health


Yale University School of Medicine



Nothing is more effective in alleviating anxiety about medical issues than well-curated information. There is an abundance of misinformation available to misinform, misdirect, and mislead. I am excited to work with Verywell to review articles about the subjects that matter most to the millions of people who turn to this site for guidance and reassurance, and reliable, well-informed and timely information." 

— Staff Author


Mark Meyer, MD, JD, is a board-certified physician who specializes in diagnostic and preventative cardiology. He opened his own practice in New York City in 2001. He is also a clinical instructor of medicine at both Weill Medical College and Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Meyer also received law degree from Yale Law School. 



Dr. Meyer graduated with a bachelor of science from Haverford College. He then graduated from Yale University School of Medicine and Yale Law School.


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