University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Cardiovascular Medicine

Bio for Prospero Gogo Jr., M.D.
Prospero Gogo Jr., M.D.

Prospero Gogo Jr., M.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Medicine

Contact Information
Office Location:
Medicine, MFU-McClure Wing 1


Medical School - George Washington University, Washington, DC

Research Interests

His research interests include investigation into the treatment of acute coronary syndrome and cardiogenic shock. He has been involved in several multi-center trials, including TIMI 32, MCC-135 and TENACITY. He is currently the primary investigator for CHAMPION-PCI, a multi-center study using a novel inhibitor of platelet function for the treatment of acute coronary syndromes.

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Director, Cardiovascular Catheterization Laboratory
Director, Interventional Cardiology Training Program


Gogo P., Schneider D, Terrien E, Sobel B, Dauerman H.  Osteoprotegerin is Not Associated with Angiographic Coronary Calcification.  Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis.

Gogo P.  The Evaluation and Management of Cardiogenic Shock.  Critical Pathways in Cardiology: A Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine. 5(1):1-6, March 2006.

Gogo P, Schneider D, Watkins M, Terrien E, Sobel B, Dauerman H. Systemic Inflammation After Drug-Eluting Stent Placement. Journal of Thrombosis and Thrombolysis. 2005 Apr;19(2):87-92.

Gogo P, Schneider D, Terrien E, Watkins M, Sobel B. Dauerman H. Relation of Leukocytosis to C-Reactive Protein and Interluekin-6 Among Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention. American Journal of Cardiology. 2005 Aug 15;96(4):538-42

Cytokine Activation Before Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Reflects Clinical and Laboratory Variables Associated With Increased Risk. ACC 2005, Orlando, Florida. Poster abstract.