Kelly Anne Spratt, DO, FACC, is a clinical associate professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and an integral part of the Preventive Cardiology Cardiovascular Risk Intervention Program, a program designed to include outstanding prevention strategies and enrollment in clinical trials. Her practice includes noninvasive cardiology, with a strong emphasis on preventive aspects of cardiovascular disease as well as heart disease in women. She has been a co-chair and member of the Executive Leadership Team for Go Red for Women, the AHA national campaign for promoting awareness of and treatment for heart disease in women. She is board certified in both internal medicine and cardiovascular disease. Dr Spratt has authored journal articles and chapters in cardiology textbooks and lectures regionally and nationally. She is involved in teaching medical students and house staff and is also actively involved in patient education in several media, including radio, television, and the internet. She has served as a consultant for “Ask the Doctor” for the Better Homes and Gardens health web site, a resource for patients with a variety of health concerns. She is a CME section editor at Journal Watch where she has helped develop website based CME.