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Katia Marisa Bravo Jaimes, M.D.

  1. Cardiologist


  1. Jacksonville, Florida



Katia Bravo Jaimes, M.D., is a board-certified cardiologist with expertise in Adult Congenital Heart Disease. She is also an Assistant Professor at Mayo Clinic School of Medicine.

Dr. Bravo Jaimes attended medical school at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in Lima, Peru. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Rochester, New York; Cardiovascular Disease fellowship at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; and Adult Congenital Heart Disease fellowship at the University of California Los Angeles.

Dr. Bravo Jaimes' interest include complex congenital heart disease, heart failure therapies in adults with congenital heart disease, cardio-obstetrics, global health and strategies to mitigate racial disparities in cardiovascular medicine.

  1. Right heart catheterization
  2. Right heart catheterization with exercise
  • Adult congenital heart disease
  • Connective tissue disease
  • Cardio-Obstetrics
  • Health Disparities
  • Global Health
  1. 2022
    Fellowship - Adult Congenital Heart Disease FellowshipUniversity of California, Los Angeles
  2. 2020
    Fellowship - Cardiovascular DiseaseUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
  3. 2020
    Certificate - Physician EducationUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
  4. 2017
    Residency - Internal MedicineUniversity of Rochester Medical Center
  5. 2013
    Certificate - Management, Ethics and Human DevelopmentUnited Nations Development Programme
  6. 2011
    MDFacultad de Medicina de San Fernando, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos


  1. 2020
    Adult Comp EchocardiographyNational Board of Echocardiography
  2. 2020
    Cardiovascular DiseasesAmerican Board of Internal Medicine
  3. 2017
    Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal Medicine

Awards and honors

  1. 2021
    Escalator Award – Mentee CategoryWomen as One
  2. 2021
    Poster Winner in Virtual e-Poster CompetitionACP - American Society of Internal Medicine, American College of Physicians
  3. 2020
    Fellow of the Year AwardNational Hispanic Medical Association
  4. 2020
    Trainee AwardBuilding the Next Generation of Academic Physicians
  5. 2019
    Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship- Outstanding Clinical Fellow AwardUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
  6. 2019
    Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship- Highest In-Training Exam AwardUniversity of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
  7. 2017
    Raphael Dolin Resident Research Award for dedication to patient care, critical scholarship and teachingUniversity of Rochester
  8. 2016
    Resident Poster (1st place in case report category)University of Rochester
  9. 2016
    Resident Poster Day (2nd place in research category)University of Rochester
  10. 2016
    Development of a Global health experience for Internal Medicine residentsUniversity of Rochester
  11. 2016
    Grant recipientUniversity of Rochester Clinical & Translational Science Institute
  12. 2015
    Kidney STARS ProgramAmerican Society of Nephrology
  13. 2014
    USMLE Step III ScholarshipPeruvian American Medical Society
  14. 2011
    Grant recipientResearch and Prevention Program on Non-Communicable Chronic Diseases in Developing Countries- ISN
  15. 2011
    Rank 1st in the nation, among 2789 Peruvian medical studentsNational Exam of Medicine
  16. 2010
    Excellence Award Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
  17. 2010
    Vice-Presidentship of Research Grant for Thesis DevelopmentUniversidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
  18. 2009
    Honor ScholarshipHipolito Unanue Foundation
  19. 2009
    Honor ScholarshipSantiago Antunez de Mayolo Gomero
  20. 2008
    Rank 1st/400 studentsClinical Pathophysiology Course
  21. 2007
    Rank 1st/27 studiesSan Fernando Medical Students Scientific Contest
  22. 2007
    Rank 1st/30 studentsUpdate in Physiology Practices
  23. 2007
    National Prize for Research in MedicineAbeefe Bristol Myers
  24. 2007
    National Scientific Congress for Peruvian Medical StudentsNational Scientific Congress (NCC)

Professional memberships

  1. 2022 - present
    International Activities Subcommittee
  2. 2022 - present
    American Heart Association
  3. 2022 - present
    American College of Cardiology
  4. 2022 - present
    American Heart Association
  5. 2020 - present
    Adult Congenital Heart Association
  6. 2019 - 2021
    American College of Cardiology
  7. 2019 - present
    American College of Cardiology
  8. 2019 - present
    Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
  9. 2019 - present
    American Society of Echocardiography
  10. 2019 - present
    European Society of Cardiology
  11. 2019 - present
    American Heart Association
  12. 2018 - present
    National Hispanic Medical Association
  13. 2016 - present
    American College of Cardiology


Research activities

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