Abha Khandelwal is an imaging cardiologist who is also the cardiac director of the maternal heart program at Stanford. She has a Master’s in Management of information systems and integrated technology to improve operations within cardiovascular ambulatory clinics. She serves as the ambulatory clinic chief for cardiovascular medicine and the non-invasive cardiology section chief. Her research spans clinical trials in preventative cardiology, imaging, cardio-obstetrics and women’s heart health. Her goal is to improve maternal morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular disease. She has been part of multicenter, and state-based initiatives to improve diagnosis and treatment of women with peripartum cardiomyopathy. She has utilized digital health initiatives to improve the cardiometabolic profile of women with a history of gestational diabetes and hypertension post-partum. She is an active member of the AHA go red scientific advisory committee.