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Bradley Marino, MD, MBA

Bradley Marino, MD, MBA
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Title Children's Institute Department Chair of Heart, Vascular & Thoracic and Division Chief of Cardiology & Cardiovascular Medicine
Department Pediatric Cardiology
Primary Location Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Type of Doctor Both Adults and Children & Adolescents
Languages English
Surgeon No
Cleveland Clinic Main Campus
Primary Location

Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

Specialties & Treatments

Treatment & Services

  • Department of Pediatric Cardiology and CT Surgery
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About Bradley Marino, MD, MBA

Bradley S. Marino, MD, MPP, MSCE, MBA is a Professor of Pediatrics at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. He is the Chair of the Department of Pediatric Cardiology at Cleveland Clinic Children's and the Executive Co-Director of the Pediatric and Adult Congenital Heart Center at Cleveland Clinic. Prior to joining Cleveland Clinic Children’s, Dr. Marino was a Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Social Sciences at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He was the creator and Director of the Center for Cardiovascular Innovation in the Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago (Lurie Children’s). He served on the Willis J. Potts Heart Center Executive Committee and as the Associate Division Head of Research in the Division of Cardiology at Lurie Children’s. Dr. Marino led the long-term neurodevelopmental follow-up for children with complex congenital heart disease and high-risk NICU graduates at Lurie Children’s and served as the Co-Director of the NICU-Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program. While at Lurie Children’s, he served for two years as the Director of the Regenstein Cardiac Care Unit and Director of Inpatient Cardiology. At Northwestern University he served on the steering committee for the Institute for Innovations in Developmental Sciences (DevSci) and as the Co-Director of the DevSci Neurodevelopmental Core. At Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, he served on the Clinical Research Council, and as a member of the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute Internal Advisory Committee and the NUCATS Institute KL2 Executive Committee.

Education: Dr. Marino earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School and a master’s degree in Public Policy in Health Care Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He completed his pediatric residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a combined fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. While at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Marino completed a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Epidemiology at the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He completed a master’s degree in Business Administration in Healthcare Management at the University of Texas-Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management. 

Research: Dr. Marino is an internationally recognized pediatric cardiovascular outcomes researcher. His research interests have focused on the impact of surgical and intensive care unit factors on mortality and morbidity, as well as, the impact of neurodevelopmental, psychosocial, and physical morbidities on quality of life, functional status, and behavioral and emotional outcomes in the high-risk complex congenital heart disease population. He is also pursuing novel investigations on the impact of neurodevelopmental health on cardiovascular health in the young. 

Education & Professional Highlights

Education & Professional Highlights


Education & Fellowships

Graduate School - The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management
Healthcare Management
Richardson, TX USA

Fellowship - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Philadelphia, PA USA

Graduate School - Perelman School of Medicine at the Univeristy of Pennsylvania Center for Clinica
Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology
Philadelphia, PA USA

Fellowship - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Pediatric Cardiology
Philadelphia, PA USA

Residency - Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, MD USA

Medical Education - Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA USA

Graduate School - Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government
Masters in Public Policy in Health Care Policy
Cambridge, MA USA

Undergraduate - University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA USA


  • Pediatrics - Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pediatrics - Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
  • Pediatrics
Research & Publications

Research & Publications

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Industry Relationships

Industry Relationships

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