Dr. Frohlich is an internationally recognized cardiologist known around the world for his expertise in treating hypertensive patients and his research achievements. His particular interests center on the prevention and regression of hypertensive-related disorders, such as enlargement of the heart and kidney failure. For the past five years, Dr. Frohlich has also served as the editor of the Hypertension Journal. He has received innumerable awards for his work in the field of hypertension and has served in leadership capacities in the major scientific societies dealing with the treatment of hypertension.
The prevention and regression of hypertensive-related disorders, such as enlargement of the heart and kidney failure.
- Medical School: Univ. of Maryland School of Medicine
- Internship: District of Columbia Hospital
- Residency: District of Columbia Hospital
- Fellowship: Georgetown University Hospital