Robert M. Stark, MD Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

  • Company: Greenwich Hospital / Yale New Haven Health
  • Phone: (203) 622-1102
  • Cell: (203) 249-7350
  • Fax: (203) 622-1508
  • Website: robertstarkmd.com
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine

Specialty Focus: Heart Attack, Myocardial Infarction, Angina, Stroke, Syncope, Cardiac Arrest, Sudden Death, Stress Test, Echocardiogram, Congestive Heart Failure, Aortic Dissection, Atrial Fibrillation, Arrhythmia, Pulmonary Embolus, Anticoagulation, Coumadin, Valvular Disease

Education: BS, University of Michigan; MD, Harvard Medical School; Internal Medicine Residency, University of Pennsylvania Hospital; Cardiology Fellowship, National Heart Institute, National Institutes of Health (N.I.H.)

Years in Practice: 36

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 16


Additional Information

Dr. Stark is a graduate of Harvard Medical School. He is in full-time practice in Cardiology and Internal Medicine, and has served on the Clinical Faculties at the Georgetown and Yale Medical Schools. He has 20 years’ litigation experience in state and federal jurisdictions. He has served as senior member of his state’s Medical Malpractice Claims Review Panel. Had responsibility for advising on defensibility of cases for Aetna Life & Casualty and CNA Insurance, as well as for individual law firms. Dr. Robert Stark is in full-time active practice of Cardiology and Internal Medicine. He is past-president of the Connecticut Society of Internal Medicine and Director of his hospital’s Cardiovascular Prevention Program. He teaches residents and medical students as Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine – he also speaks frequently on cardiovascular topics for lay and professional groups as well as the media. Dr. Stark has had extensive litigation experience in state and federal jurisdictions. He has given deposition and trial testimony in more than 125 cases. He believes that the ability to communicate is key in litigation, just as it is in medical teaching.