Paul Grayburn graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1976 and The University of Texas (UT) School of Medicine in Galveston, Texas, in 1981. After an internship and residency training in internal medicine at St. Paul Hospital (a UT Southwestern affiliate) in Dallas, he completed his cardiology and interventional cardiology training at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. He worked for a year as an instructor in medicine at the University of Kentucky Medical Center before returning to Dallas in 1988, where he practiced
interventional cardiology and served as chief of cardiology at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and was director of the echocardiography laboratories for UT Southwestern Medical Center. In September 2002, he went to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas (BUMC) as the medical director of cardiology research. Dr. Grayburn has coauthored more than 270 articles in medical journals and is author/editor of 9 book chapters. He has participated in several multicenter trials that have changed our understanding and management of cardiovascular diseases. Dr. Grayburn is an expert in echocardiography and valvular heart diseases. He has been a visiting professor and lecturer at numerous institutions in the United States and abroad.