Dr. David Bello received his cardiology training at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. After completing his cardiology fellowship, Dr. Bello also attended an additional year of fellowship training in Electrophysiology at Northwestern University Medical School. Dr. Bello held an Assistant Professor of Medicine position at the University of California. He was also the director of Cardiac CT & MRI at this institution. During his Electrophysiology Fellowship, Dr. Bello received the Merck Fellow "Young Investigator Award" of the American College of Cardiology through his MRI Research fellowship in Heart Failure and Electrophysiology at Northwestern University. Dr. Bello completed a fellowship in Congestive Heart Failure at the Cardiovascular Research Institute at the University of California San Francisco and completed courses in Advanced Biostatistics and Scientific Writing at Northwestern University. Dr. Bello participated in several research trials and also published his works in the areas of Cardiac CT, MRI, MRA, heart failure, electrophysiology including novel imaging and catheter technique for atrial fibrillation. He has presented at National and International meetings in the area of Cardiac MRI, Heart Failure, and Electrophysiology. Dr. Bello has received multiple awards on research and investigation trials. Dr. Bello is board certified in Internal Medicine and subspecialty of Cardiovascular Disease and Electrophysiology. He is also board certified in nuclear medicine. His main interests include Cardiac CT, MRI and MRA applied to Heart Failure and Electrophysiology, Implantation and Management of Internal Cardiac Defibrillators and Permanent Pacemakers, along with Electrophysiology Studies and Ablations.