Aileen M. Ferrick has been involved in the care of arrhythmia patients for 28 years and serves on the Heart Rhythm Society Board of Trustees.
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Dr. Barajas Martinez is a principal investigator in our Molecular Genetics /Molecular Biology Program. The major focus of his research at this program is to identify at the molecular level, the various heterogeneities that our Experimental Cardiology and Molecular Genetics teams have identified at the electrical and genetic level.
Dr. Dan Hu, MD, PhD, FHRS, is the main investigator in Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, Utica, NY. Her field involves translational and clinical cardiology, specifically in the area of electrophysiology and arrhythmia, such as inherited arrhythmogenic cardiac syndromes. She has contributed to discovery of 8 new genes related to Brugada and Early repolarization syndromes, also known as “J Wave Syndromes”.
Dr. Charles Berul believes that his participation in Heart Rhythm Society activities has strengthened his academic, educational, and professional reputation.
Dr. Charles Antzelevitch, PhD, FHRS credits the Society with playing a key role in his development as a scientist, providing a forum to meet and learn from esteemed colleagues from every corner of the world.
J. Warren Harthorne served as the Society’s first and longest-acting president from 1979–1981 and continued his commitment to the Society as its treasurer, chairman of its Membership Committee, editor-in-chief of NASPENews, and has served on all of the Society’s committees.
Dr. Daniel Morin says that his active involvement in the Society has made it easier to learn the latest information from the EP field and given him the chance to shape Society policy.
Member spotlight on Katherine G. Spoonamore, MS, CGC, LGC, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology Indianapolis, IN
Join the Heart Rhythm Society in congratulating long-time HRS member, D. George Wyse, MD, PhD, FHRS, on being selected by the University of Calgary to present its 2017 Lecture of a Lifetime Series. The annual event recognizes exceptional talent and achievement, and celebrates outstanding service to the university and the community and will be held on May 16 at the University of Calgary.
Duke Electrophysiologist to Run a Half-Marathon to Raise Awareness for Sudden Cardiac Death