Elizabeth (Liz) Wang-Giuffre, D.O., earned her medical degree from The University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. She completed her pediatric residency at The University of Texas Health Science Center Houston (UTHealth Houston), where she went on to complete her pediatric cardiology fellowship and serve as the chief pediatric cardiology fellow, where she was awarded both the “Best Teaching Fellow” and “Best Resident Advocate” by the pediatric residents.

Dr. Wang-Giuffre specializes in general pediatric cardiology and exercise cardiology and serves as the director of the Children’s Heart Institute Cardiopulmonary Exercise Laboratory. Her clinical and academic interests include cardiopulmonary exercise testing in congenital heart disease and its utilization in improving the quality of life and outcomes in our congenital heart disease population.  She is also passionate about providing the highest level of comprehensive cardiology care in the outpatient setting through clear, compassionate communication and collaborative relationships, empowering patients to make the right decisions for their children and families.


Medical School
University of North Texas Science Center, Fort Worth, TX
University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX
University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX

Areas of Interest

Clinical Interests

Cardiopulmonary exercise testing and exercise cardiology
General pediatric cardiology
Noninvasive imaging


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Doshi, U., & Wang-Giuffre, E. (2022). Ventricular Septal Defects: A Review. In (Ed.), Congenital Heart Defects – Recent Advances. IntechOpen.

Wang-Giuffre EW, Doshi UH. Cardiopulmonary exercise test as a tool in surveillance after Fontan operation. Vessel Plus 2022;6:.

Wang-Giuffre EW, Breinholt JP. Novel use of the Medtronic microvascular plug for PDA closure in preterm infants. Catheter Cardiovascular Interventions. 2016 Nov 10. Doi:10.1002/ccd.26855