- Associate Professor of Medicine at UBC
- Director of the Pacific Adult Congenital Heart Program
- Associate Director of St. Paul’s Hospital Echocardiography Lab
- Secretary of the Canadian Adult Congenital Heart Network(CACH-Net)
- Co-Chair CACH-Net Investigators Group
- President of the Alliance for Adult Research in Congenital Cardiology
- Scientific Program Committee – Canadian Cardiovascular Society
- Primary research interests include adult congenital heart disease and pregnancy and heart disease
- Recipient as PI and co-PI of HSF Grant in Aid Funding
- Recipient as co-PI of CIHR Project Funding
- > 60 publications
- Published as first or senior author in JAMA, JACC, Circulation, JACC Imaging, Circulation Imaging
Jasmine Grewal MD FRCPC FACC
Dr Jasmine Grewal is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of British Columbia and a member of the UBC Division of Cardiology and is based at St Paul’s Hospital.
She is the Director of the Yasmin and Amir Virani Provincial Adult Congenital Heart Program and Provincial Cardio-Obstetrics Program
With fellowship training in Adult Congenital Heart Disease/Pregnancy and Heart Disease (Toronto General Hospital) and Echocardiography (Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN), Dr. Grewal is actively involved in clinical and research activities in these fields. She is currently involved as a primary and co-investigator in numerous single center and multi-center research studies in the areas of congenital heart disease and pregnancy and heart disease. To date she has over 100 publications.
She is the current Annual Meeting Chair for the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress, executive member of the Canadian Adult Congenital Heart Network and President of the Alliance for Adult Research in Congenital Cardiology. She is on the primary panel of the 2022 CCS Guidelines for the Management of Congenital Heart Disease and co-chair of the 2021 Clinical Practice Document on Management of Cardiac Disease in Pregnancy. She is the Principal Investigator of the Canadian Fontan Lifespan Registry and co-Principal Investigator of the Canadian Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Heart Disease Registry (CARPREG 2).