Ellamae Stadnick, MD, is a staff cardiologist at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and assistant professor at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Stadnick completed her undergraduate degree in biochemistry at the University of Alberta and a Master’s of Science at the University of British Columbia focused on the molecular pathogenesis of viral myocarditis. She completed her undergraduate medical training, and internal medicine and cardiology residencies at the University of British Columbia.
She furthered her post-graduate medical training at St. Paul’s Hospital (UBC) completing a fellowship in echocardiography. This was followed by a fellowship in advanced heart failure and transplantation at Stanford University.
Dr. Stadnick joined the Heart Institute in 2013. She also participates in the Cardio-oncology Clinic at The Ottawa Hospital’s General campus.
Dr. Stadnick’s clinical and research interests include medical education and the clinical management/imaging of advanced heart failure patients.
- Lin D, Hollander Z, Meridith A, Stadnick E , Sasaki M, Freue H, Mui A, Ng R, Balshaw R, Wilson-McManus J, Wishart D, Hau D, Keown P, McMaster R, McManus B. Molecular Signatures of End-Stage Heart Failure. J of Cardiac Failure 2011; 17(10): 867-874
- Stadnick E , Ignaszewski I. Cardiac Transplantation in British Columbia. BCMJ 2010; 52(4): 197-202
- Andrade JG, Stadnick E , Virani SA. The Role of Peripheral Ultrafiltration in the Management of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure. Blood Purification 2010; 29: 177-182
- Andrade J, Stadnick E , Fung A. Thrombolysis in Pulmonary Embolism. Canadian Journal of General Internal Medicine 2009; 4 (1): 34-36
- Andrade J, Stadnick E , Mohamed A. Infective Endocarditis Prophylaxis – An Update for clinical Practice. British Coloumbia Medical Journal 2008; 50 (8): 451-455
- Stadnick E , Dan M, Sadeghi A, Chantler JK. Attenuating Mutations in Coxsackievirus B3 Map to a Conformational Epitope That Comprises the Puff Region of VP2 and the knob of VP3. Journal of Virology 2004; 78(24): 13987-14002
- Bitangcol JC, Chau AS, Stadnick E , Lohka MJ, Dicken B, Shibuya EKS. Activation of the p42 Mitogen-activated Protein Kinase Pathway Inhibits Cdc2. Activation and entry into M-Phase in Cycling Xenopus Egg Extracts. Molecular Biology of the Cell 1998; 9: 451-467