Jaskanwal Bisla, M.D.
Cardiology, Cardiovascular Disease, Electrophysiology
Dr. Jaskanwal Bisla is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease, and Internal Medicine. He completed his Cardiac Electrophysiology fellowship at Stanford University. Dr. Bisla completed his Cardiovascular Disease fellowship and his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Arizona Medical Center. He completed his undergraduate education and earned his Doctorate of Medicine Degree from the University of Arizona where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Dr. Bisla specializes in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias including atrial and ventricular arrhythmias. He is well versed in both cryoablation and radiofrequency ablation. He specializes in device implantation, including pacemakers, defibrillators and cardiac resynchronization devices.
Dr. Bisla believes in patient centered care. He respects his patients as partners in maintaining their health.
Outside of work, Dr Bisla enjoys spending time with his family, reading, cooking and University of Arizona sports.
Medical School – University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Internship - University of Arizona Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
Residency - University of Arizona Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
Cardiology Fellowship - University of Arizona Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
Electrophysiology Fellowship – Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
- 2013: Chief Resident of Internal Medicine at University of Arizona.
- 2012: Charles W. Hall Jr. and Virginia C. Hall Memorial Award for Outstanding Coronary Care Unit Resident.
- 2006: Inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
- 2006: Graduated Magna Cum Laude from University of Arizona with a degree in General Biology with a minor in chemistry.
- 2006, 2005, 2004: Deans List.
- 2003: Deans List with Distinction.
- 2002: Honors.
- 2015: Cardiovascular Research, University of Arizona.
Research was focused sudden Cardiac death in sickle cell disease patients and magnetic resonance imaging for non-conditional MRI CIEDs.
- 2010-2011: Cardiology Research, University of Arizona
Research was focused on clinical research trials that were held in conjunction with TIMI research group.
- 2007: Medical Student Research Project Student Research, University of Arizona Liver Research Center.
Research centered on acute phase proteins which are activated during the inflammatory response, especially Hepatic-Nuclear Factor 4.
- 2006: MSRP Student Researcher, University of Arizona Liver Research Center: see above.
- • 2005: Student Researcher, Stanford University Surgery Department
Research focused on the dehiscence rates of hernia repairs after the usage of acellular matrix.
- 2002-2004: Student Researcher, U of A Transplant Surgery Department.
Research was centered on the effect of various chemicals, found in herbal teas used by the Native Americans, and its effect liver.
- Schuster R., Bisla J, Safadi B, Wren S, The use of acellular dermal matrix for contaminated abdominal wall defects: wound status predicts success. The American Journal of Surgery 192 (2006) 594–597.
- Dimethyl Sulfoxide and Ethanol, Organic Solvents Most Commonly Used as Vehicles in Vitro, Affect Precision-Cut Liver Slice Viability.
Bisla J, Valles A, French MH, Ho WY, White MJN, Caretto DC, and Ulreich JB.
- Precision-Cut Rat Liver Slice Technology: Effects of Carbon Dioxide Vs. “Rat Mix” Anesthesia.
Bisla J, Valles A, French MH, Ho WY, White MJN and Ulreich JB.
- Dura Substitution in the Rabbit: Comparison of a Novel Biomaterial with Two Clinically Approved Materials.
Bisla J, Fryburg K, French MH, White MJN, Ho WY, Hamilton AJ and Ulreich JB, Department of Surgery.
- French MH, White MJN, Ho WY, Bisla J, Fryburg K, Hamilton AJ and Ulreich JB:
Dura Substitution in the Rabbit: Comparison of a Novel Biomaterial with Two Clinically Approved Materials Approved Materials.
- French MH, Ulreich JB, Demeure MJ, Bisla J, Nelson A, Singh C, Valles AV, Pierson DP, Shishido N, Yuen D and Li S-T: MedStat-F, A Novel Fibrillar Collagen Hemostat: Comparison with Avitene in a Rabbit Model of Splenic Laceration.
- Outcomes of Thoracic Versus Non-Thoracic MR Imaging for Patients with an MR Non-Conditional Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device. Nyotowidjojo I, Shah AS, Bisla J et al, Pacing Clinical Electrophysiology. June 2018.
- Associations of Prolonged QTc in Sickle Cell Disease. Indik, et al. PLOS, Oct 13, 2016.
- Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery to displace the Phrenic Nerve during Endocardial Ablation of Right Atrial Tachycardia. Mesquita J, Bisla J, et al. Heart Rhythm Case Report, July 2018.
- Ventricular Tachycardia from the Aorto-Mitral Continuity Region using the His-Prukinje System for Exit: Unusual Septal Ventricular Tachycardia. Bisla et al, Heart Rhythm Society Meeting, May 2019.