About Diego Moguillansky
Diego Moguillansky, MD, is an assistant professor who is board-certified in internal medicine, pediatrics, pediatric cardiology, adult cardiology, adult congenital heart disease, cardiovascular nuclear medicine and echocardiography. At UF Health, Dr. Moguillansky is the co-director of the adult congenital heart disease program, a multidisciplinary program focused in the care of adult patients with complex forms of congenital heart disease.
Dr. Moguillansky received his master’s degree in clinical research from the University of Pittsburgh, and earned his medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires. He served his internal medicine and pediatrics residencies at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. He also completed a pediatric cardiology fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, Children’s Hospital Pittsburgh, and his cardiovascular disease fellowship at the UP Medical Center – Presbyterian Hospital, or UPMC. He completed a cardiac MRI fellowship at UPMC as well.
Aside from his interest in adult congenital heart disease, Dr. Moguillansky is involved in all aspects of cardiac imaging, including the performance and interpretation of pediatric and adult echocardiograms (transthoracic and transesophageal), cardiac magnetic resonance studies, cardiac CT scans and cardiac nuclear medicine studies.
Dr. Moguillansky is a member of the UF Health Sports and Exercise Cardiology program as well as the adult pulmonary hypertension program. He is also part of the pediatric and adult echo labs, as well as the UF cardiac imaging team, a joint team of radiologists and cardiologists that jointly interpret cardiac CT, cardiac MRI, and cardiac nuclear medicine studies.
Adult Congenital Heart DiseaseABIM
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal Medicine
Pediatric CardiologyAmerican Board of Pediatrics
PediatricsAmerican Board of Pediatrics
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Pediatric Cardiology
- Congenital heart disease
- Echocardiography (ECHO) – Children
- Heart CT scan
- Heart MRI
- Heart disease
- Heart failure – overview
- Heart murmurs
- Imaging and radiology
- Magnetic resonance angiography
- Marfan syndrome
- Nuclear ventriculography
- Pulmonary hypertension