Dr. Gold is Director of the Division of Cardiology and Professor of Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina. He has authored more than 180 articles in peer-reviewed journals, in addition to over 30 book chapters.
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Dr. Albert is the Director of the Center for Arrhythmia Prevention at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Van Hare is Director of Pediatric Cardiology at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Professor of Pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine. He is the Co-Director of the St. Louis Children’s Heart Center. His clinical interests focus on heart rhythm disorders in children, and in adults with congenital heart disease; radiofrequency catheter ablation, cryoablation, pacemaker, implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, (ICD), implantation and follow-up.
Dr. Ross is a nurse practitioner with Arizona Arrhythmia Consultants in Scottsdale, Arizona, who has been managing medication and device therapies for patients across the spectrum of heart rhythm disorders since 2001. She has been a frequent presenter at HRS’s Scientific Sessions, and served on numerous committees including the Education Committee.
Dr. Kusumoto is Director Heart Rhythm Services Mayo Clinic Florida and Professor at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He has written five books on cardiac pathophysiology and cardiac devices, including texts that have been translated into Chinese and Portuguese.
Dr. Doshi is Director of Electrophysiology and Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine. He also serves as Director of the Electrophysiology Fellowship Program.
Dr. Peters is Head and Professor of Cardiac Electrophysiology at Imperial College and Healthcare NHS Trust in London. He has authored over 190 papers in peer-reviewed journals and holds patents in the field.
Dr. Deering is Chief of the Arrhythmia Center, Chairman of the Clinical Centers for Excellence and Chief Quality Officer for Piedmont Heart Institute in Atlanta. He has served in a variety of volunteer roles within HRS. His research interests are focused on defining and implementing quality initiatives in electrophysiology and cardiovascular medicine.
As Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Youngblood leads the 5,000+ member professional society in its goal to end death and suffering due to heart rhythm disorders. Since joining HRS in 2001, Mr. Youngblood has spearheaded the organization’s transformation into the premier global resource for education and information on heart arrhythmias, which currently serves over 35,000 constituents across six continents.
Tim Gregory is HRS’s Chief Learning Officer and is a member of the executive leadership’s Strategic Advisory Group. As Chief Learning Officer, he oversees the Education and Meetings departments and guides the implementation of the Society’s education strategic plan and the delivery of the Society’s annual Scientific Sessions. His primary focus is to foster a durable education program driven by HRS's goals and sustained by the organizational culture and active involvement with HRS membership.