Dr. John D. Day says that membership in the Heart Rhythm Society has given him the opportunity to give back and significantly contribute to the field of heart rhythm disorders.
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A Past-President of the Society, Mark H. Schoenfeld, MD, FHRS, CCDS, has generously devoted an enormous amount of time to the Society by serving as a volunteer on more than twenty committees.
Dr. Mark Kremers credits the Heart Rhythm Society with being the principle source of education, motivation and support for his efforts to provide quality electrophysiological services.
Melanie Gura says that some of the most rewarding and challenging aspects of her work have been through her involvement in Society activities, which promote the advancement of quality patient care.
Dr. Michael (Craig) Delaughter strongly believes that he has a responsibility to donate a portion of his time to the betterment of the electrophysiology community and that his participation in Heart Rhythm Society activities allows him to do so in a way that complements his work.
Dr. Michael Giudici credits the Heart Rhythm Society with helping him form lasting friendships with others in the EP community — enriching both his personal and professional lives.
Dr. Nadir Saoudi published the world’s first case of catheter ablation of an atrial flutter (1985) and the first description of an isthmus block in humans (1995).
Professor Semsarian is the director of two specialty clinics in Sydney, the Genetic Heart Disease and Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Clinics.
Dr. Anthony W. Nathan says that the Heart Rhythm Society has been a central part of his professional life — he has presented or chaired at 28 consecutive Annual Scientific Sessions since the 3rd Meeting in Atlanta in 1982.
A two-year stint in the Air Force helped Dr. Michael Rosen realize that clinical practice wasn’t for him. Instead, he decided to pursue his passion for science and teaching.