Navjot Kaur Sobti, MD
Navjot Kaur Sobti, MD, is a third-year general cardiology fellow at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center (New York, NY), where she will be continuing her training in interventional cardiology. A first-generation Sikh American, she studied French & creative writing at New York University before earning her MD at Quinnipiac University (New Haven, CT). Since her internal medicine residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (Lebanon, NH), Sobti has pursued her long-standing passion for medical journalism as a contributor to the ABC News Medical Unit. In this role, she has completed a variety of broadcast and online news projects, including work with Diane Sawyer on her Emmy Award-nominated documentary, ScreenTime. Sobti is also an avid medical educator who helps to develop and instruct core cardiovascular curriculum to first-year medical students at Weill Cornell Medical College and internal medicine residents at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, while serving as an American College of Cardiology Women in Cardiology mentor for medicine residents across NYC. Her research focus is women’s cardiovascular health, including sex differences in periprocedural outcomes for acute coronary syndrome, short-term morbidity after cardiac arrest, and standard modifiable risk factors in STEMI. Sobti would like to pursue a career as an academic interventional cardiologist where she can teach, empower women, and continue her work as a medical journalist.