Regina Lantin-Hermoso, MD
- Texas Medical Center
Associate Pediatric Cardiologist in Advanced Imaging
Texas Children's Hospital Heart Center
|University of Texas Southwestern Medical School||fellowship||Pediatric Cardiology||1996|
|New York Medical College||residency||Pediatrics||1993|
|University of Santo Tomas||internship||Rotating Internship||1989|
|University of Santo Tomas||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||1988|
Dr. Lantin-Hermoso's research and clinical interest is echocardiography, fetal cardiology and out-patient pediatric cardiology. Her teaching focus is cardiology education at all levels of training. She directs the Cardiology Elective Curriculum for TCH/Baylor Pediatric Residents, medical students, and foreign visiting students and physicians.
Dr. Lantin-Hermoso's other areas of expertise include fetal cardiology and peri-operative trans-esophageal echocardiography. She has been involved in fetal cardiac monitoring and resuscitation during fetal EXIT procedures and open fetal interventions. One of her research interests is the development of 3Dimensional echo protocols for the evaluation of congenital heart defects, particularly the quantitative assessment of ventricular function in Single ventricles by 3D Echo. She has been involved in the Single Ventricle Program, and along with other Echo lab faculty, is interested in identifying echo prognosticating characteristics that might predict outcomes. Dr. Lantin-Hermoso is also interested in the echo evaluation of children with pulmonary hypertension.
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Elected Fellow|
|American College of Cardiology||Elected Fellow|
|American Heart Association||Member|
|American Society of Echocardiography||Elected Fellow|
|Harris County Medical Society||Member|
Fu M, Choi G, Xie M, Wu J, Carlos W, Morris S, Santos A, Ayres N, Denfield S, Lantin R, Ge S. Quantitative Real-Time 3D Echocardiography Predicts Adverse Outcomes in Functional Single Ventricle Patients. Journal of American Society Echocardiograph2010.