Stephen Sanders, MD
Disclosures:
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Curriculum Vitae

 

Date Prepared:

1 May 2017

Name:

Stephen Pruett Sanders

Office Address:

Cardiac Registry     Departments of Pathology and Cardiology              Children’s Hospital    300 Longwood Avenue   Boston, MA 02115

Home Address:

1 Primus Ave     #9     Boston, MA 02114

Work Phone:

857 218-5417

Work Email:

stephen.sanders@childrens.harvard.edu

Work FAX:

617 730-0207

Place of Birth:

Paducah, KY,  USA

 

Education

Year

Degree

(Honors)

Fields of Study
(Thesis advisor for doctoral research degrees)

Institution

 

09/67-05/71

BS

Biology

Georgetown University

08/71-05/75

MD (Highest honors)

Medicine

University of Louisville

 

 

Postdoctoral Training

Year(s)

Title

Specialty/Discipline

(Lab PI for postdoctoral research)

Institution

 

07/75-06/76

Intern

Rotating

Good Samaritan Hospital   Portland, OR

07/76-06/78

Resident

Pediatrics

University of Oregon Health Sciences Center   Portland, OR

07/78-06/81

Fellow

Pediatric Cardiology

Children’s Hospital          Boston, MA

 

Faculty Academic Appointments

Year(s)

Academic Title

Department

Academic Institution

 

07/81-06/84

Instructor

Pediatrics (Cardiology)

Harvard Medical School

07/84-06/89

Assistant Professor

Pediatrics (Cardiology)

Harvard Medical School

07/89-06/94

Associate Professor

Pediatrics (Cardiology)

Harvard Medical School

07/96-08/03

Professor

Pediatrics (Cardiology)

Duke University

10/10-                            Professor-                                  Pediatrics (Cardiology)                                  Harvard Medical School

                            Academic Part-time

             

Appointments at Hospitals/Affiliated Institutions

Year(s)

Position Title

Department (Division, if applicable)

Institution

 

07/81-06/84

Assistant

Pediatric Cardiology

Children’s Hospital Boston

07/84-06/88

Associate

Pediatric Cardiology

Children’s Hospital Boston

07/88-06/94

Senior Associate

Pediatric Cardiology

Children’s Hospital Boston

07/94-06/96

Staff cardiologist

Pediatric Cardiology

Aldo Castaneda Institute  Genolier, Switzerland

07/96-08/03

Staff cardiologist

Pediatric Cardiology

Duke University Medical Center

09/03-04/04

Consultant cardiologist

Departimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù                  Rome, Italy

04/04-03-09

Staff cardiologist

Departimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù                  Rome, Italy

04/09-03/10

Consultant cardiologist

Departimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù                  Rome, Italy

07/10-

Staff cardiologist

Department of Cardiology

Children’s Hospital Boston

Boston, MA

 

Other Professional Positions

Year(s)

Position Title

Institution

 

1982, 1983

Visiting Fellow (Project Hope)

Department of Cardiology, Pediatric Institute, Polish-American Hospital, Krakow, Poland

1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989

Visiting Fellow (Project Hope)

Department of Pediatrics (Cardiology Division), Shanghai Second Medical University and Xinhua Hospital, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China

09/03-03/04

Visiting Professor of Pediatric Cardiology

University of Padova, Padova, Italy

 

02/13-14/14              Visiting Professor of Pediatric Cardiology              University of Southern California

                                                                                                                Los Angeles, CA

03/10-14/14              Visiting Professor of Pediatric Cardiology              Groupe Hospitalier Necker-Enfants Malades

                                                                                                                Paris, FR

Major Administrative Leadership Positions

Local

Year(s)

Position Title

Institution (note if specific department)

 

07/83-06/94

Director, Cardiac Noninvasive Laboratory

Department of Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Boston

07/96-08/03

Division Chief, Pediatric Cardiology

Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center

09/00-08/03

Vice-chair for external relations

Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center

04/04-03-09

Department chair (Coordinatore)

Dipartimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma, Italia

07/10-

Director, Cardiac Registry

Departments of Cardiology, Pathology and Cardiac Surgery, Children’s Hospital Boston, Boston, MA

 

 

National and International

Year(s)

Position Title

Institution (note if specific department)

 

1996

Course organizer and director - Echocardiography - Concepts and Practice 1996

Aldo Castaneda Institute  Clinique de Genolier, Nyon, Switzerland

1997

Course organizer and co-director – “The Pediatric Cardiovascular Team: Care of

Congenital Heart Disease from Admission to Discharge”

Duke University Medical Center,           Durham, NC

1998

Course organizer and co-director - “Management Dilemas in Congenital Heart

Disease”

Universita degli Studi di Padova,       Padova, Italy

1999

Course organizer, director and faculty member -  6-Day Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease Embryology, Pathology and Imaging

American Heart Association Extramural Program, Durham, NC

2000

Course organizer and co-director -              “3-Dimensional Imaging of the Heart: Standard for the New Millennium”

Universita degli Studi di Padova,       Venezia, Italy

2002

Course organizer, director and faculty member -  6-Day Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease Embryology, Pathology and Imaging

American Heart Association Extramural Program, Albuquerque, NM

2005

Course organizer and director - ‘Pediatric Cardiology: What All Pediatricians Need to

Know’  Ipokrates Seminar

Leopold Franzen University, Innsbruck, Austria (IPOKRaTES)

 

2006

Course organizer and director - 1st OPBG Cardiovascular International – ‘Ventricular     Dysfunction in Childhood Heart Disease’

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma, Italia

2007

Course organizer and director - 2nd OPBG Cardiovascular International – Valvar

Heart Disease in Children.

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma, Italia

 

Course organizer and director - ‘Pediatric Cardiology: What All Pediatricians Need to

Know’  Ipokrates Seminar

Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies, Budapest, Hungary

2015                            Course organizer and director                                                Boston Children’s Hospital

                            Weinstein Pre-course – Cardiac Anatomy-                  Boston, MA

Embryology Correlation                                            

Committee Service

Local

Year(s) of

Membership

Name of Committee

Institution/Organization

Dates of Role(s)

Title of Role(s)

 

1996-2003

Education Committee

Duke Heart Center

 

 

Pediatric cardiology representative

1997-1998

Search Committee, Pediatric Neurology Division Chief

Department of Pediatrics                             Duke University Medical Center

 

 

Chair

1997-2003

Affiliations Committee

McGovern-Davison Children’s Health Center

 

 

Pediatric cardiology representative

2000-2003

Cardiovascular Advisory Board

Duke Clinical Research Institute

 

 

Pediatric cardiology representative

2001-2003

Operations Committee

McGovern-Davison Children’s Health Center

 

 

Pediatric cardiology representative

 

2014                            Chair, Ad hoc promotions committee                               Dept. of Pediatrics

                                          for Anne Marie Valente, MD                               Boston Children’s Hospital

Regional

Year(s) of

Membership

Name of Committee

Institution/Organization

Dates of Role(s)

Title of Role(s)

 

2001-2003

Executive committee

North Carolina Pediatric Society

 

2016-

 

Board of Directors

Duke representative

New England Congenital Cardiology Research and Education Fund

 

National and International

Year(s) of

Membership

Name of Committee

Institution/Organization

Dates of Role(s)

Title of Role(s)

 

1999-2002

Advisory Committee for Pediatric Cardiovascular Devices

Food and Drug Administration

 

 

American College of Cardiology representative

2000-2003

Echo Training Guidelines Task Force

Society of Pediatric Cardiology Training Program Directors

 

 

Chair

Professional Societies

Year(s) of

Membership

Society Name

 

Dates of Role(s)

Title of Role(s)

 

1985-

American Heart Association

 

1996-

Società Italiana di Cardiologia Pediatrica

 

2003-

Association of European Pediatric Cardiologists

 

2010-

American Society of Echocardiography

 

 

 

 

Editorial Activities

 

Journals for which you serve as a reviewer

 

Circulation

Journal of the American College of Cardiology

American Heart Journal

American Journal of Cardiology

Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography

Echocardiography

American Journal of Physiology

Journal of Applied Physiology

Annals of Pediatric Cardiology

Other Editorial Roles

Year(s)

Role

Journal Name

 

1996-

Editorial Board Member

Echocardiography

2009-

Editorial Board Member

Annals of Pediatric Cardiology

 

Honors and Prizes

Year

Name of Honor/Prize

Awarding Organization

Achievement for which awarded

(if unclear from award title)

 

1972

Atwood P. Lathem Prize

Department of Anatomy    University of Louisville School of Medicine

Highest grade in Human Anatomy

1974

Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society

University of Louisville Chapter of AOA

 

1975

Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society

University of Louisville Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi

 

2000

Ann Mortell Memorial Lecturer

East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine

Community practice of pediatric cardiology

2004

Founders Award

American Society Of Echocardiography

Echocardiography in childhood heart disease

 

2009

 

David J. Driscol Lecturer

 

Department of Pediatrics and

Adolescent Medicine                 The Mayo Clinic

 

Contributions to adolescent and adult congenital heart disease management

 

 

Report of Funded and Unfunded Projects

Funding Information

Past

Year(s)

Grant title

Grant type and number

Role on Project (if PI or site PI, total indirect costs)

Description of the major goals

 

07/81-06/84

Role of Doppler/Echocardiography in Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Defects

 

NIH - NHLBI Young Investigator Award #7318

 

PI

 

Determine uses and reliability of echocardiography for primary diagnosis of congenital heart defects

07/83-06/86

Management of Thallasemia Major

 

NIH Subcontract #8083

 

Site PI

 

Effect of chelation therapy on heart function

11/99-10/00

PATH Trial – Pediatric Use of Amlodipine in the Treatment of Hypertension

 

Contract (Duke Clinical Research Institute) – Pfizer, Inc.

 

National PI

 

Safety and efficacy of amlodipine for treatment of hypertension in children

06/08-12/09

Health-e-Child

 

FP6 Programme of the European Commission IST-2004-027749

 

Site PI

 

Develop knowledge system for diagnosis and management of congenital heart disease

 

Year(s)

Grant title

Grant type and number

Role on Project (if PI or site PI, total indirect costs)

Description of the major goals

07/11-6/12              Postmortem Imaging

 

IAP Innovestment Award, Children’s Hospital Boston

Investigate the use of postmortem imaging (MRI, CT) as an adjunct/replacement for autopsy in pediatric cardiology patients

 

01/13-03/14

Understanding Congenital Heart Disease

NECCREF Grant

Develop an open-access web site featuring video of heart specimens, clinical imaging studies, and video of surgical repairs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Unfunded Projects

 

Year(s) funded

Role on Project/ Title of Project

One sentence description of the purpose of the project

 

2010-

3D reconstruction of cardiac MRI for surgical planning

 

Histological changes in CorMatrix (a tissue substitute used in cardiac surgery) used for repair of aortic and mitral valve

Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging of cadaver hearts for myofiber tracking

 

Report of Local Teaching and Training

 

Formal Teaching of Residents, Clinical Fellows and Research Fellows (post-docs)

Year(s)

Title

Location

Type of student/audience

Level of Effort

 

1982-1994

Echocardiography teaching conference

Echocardiography Laboratory Children’s Hospital Boston

 

Cardiology fellows, pediatric residents

1 hour weekly

1996-2003

Pediatric resident didactic conference

Department of Pediatrics, Duke University

 

Pediatric residents

5 hours yearly

1996-2003

Cardiology fellow didactic conference

Department of Pediatrics, Duke University

 

Pediatric cardiology fellows, pediatric residents

1 hour weekly

09/03-03/04

Masters of Pediatric Cardiology

Department of Pediatrics, University of Padova, Padova, Italy

 

Cardiology fellows, pediatric residents, staff pediatricians

3 hours weekly

2005-2008

Masters of Pediatric Cardiology

University of Rome – La Sapienza and Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy

 

Cardiology fellows, pediatric residents, staff pediatricians

1 hour weekly

07/09-06/10

Masters of Pediatric Cardiology

Department of Pediatrics, University of Padova, Padova, Italy

 

Cardiology fellows, pediatric residents, staff pediatricians

2 hours monthly

08/10-                            Anatomy and Development of CHD                               Cardiac Registry, Children’s Hospital

                                                                                                                    Boston, Boston, MA

                            Cardiology fellows, surgical residents,                   3 hours weekly

                            technologists, PAs

Clinical Supervisory and Training Responsibilities

Year(s)

Type of responsibility

Level of Effort

 

1982-1994

Training and supervising of pediatric cardiology fellows in performance and interpretation of echocardiograms, and EKGs  in Children’s Hospital non-invasive laboratory

2 hours daily

1982-1994

Supervision and instruction of pediatric cardiology fellows in Children’s Hospital cardiology outpatient clinic

4 hours weekly

1996-2003

Supervision and training of pediatric cardiology fellows and pediatric residents on Duke Pediatric inpatient service

10 weeks yearly

1996-2003

Supervision and training of pediatric cardiology fellows in Duke pediatric echocardiography lab

1 day weekly

1998-2003

Supervision and training of pediatric and adult cardiology fellows in the Duke adult congenital heart disease outpatient clinic

1 day monthly

2010 -                            Supervision and training of Cardiac Registry                 3 days weekly

                            Fellow in anatomy, cardiac autopsy

 

 

 

Formally Supervised Trainees

Year(s)

Name and degrees/ Current position

Describe the type of supervision and the specific accomplishments of your trainee that occurred as a direct result of your supervision (maximum one sentence)

 

1981-1984

Steven D. Colan, MD / Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, Senior Associate in Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Boston

 

Publication of 3 papers and 1 grant renewal in assessment of ventricular function.

1982-1985

Kai-Sheng Hsieh, MD / Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Veteran's General Hospital  Taipei, Taiwan

 

Publication of 2 papers in use of Doppler echo for assessment of heart function and flow.

1982-1985

Ira A. Parness, MD / Professor of Pediatrics and Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY

 

Publication of 4 articles in complex congenital heart disease and fetal echocardiography

1983-1985

Eckardt Trowitzsch, MD / Professor - Doctor of Medicine, Chief of Cardiology           Vestische Kinderklinik, Universität Witten/Herdecke, Witten, Germany

 

Completed thesis and published 3 papers on RV function assessment.

1983-1986

Phillip J. Spevak, MD / Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine, Associate Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

 

Jointly developed fetal echocardiography teaching tape for American College of Cardiology

1984-1987

Steven E. Lipshultz, MD / Professor and Chairman of Pediatrics, Chief of Staff of Holtz Children's Hospital, University of Miami, Miami, FL.

 

Successfully competed for P2C2 grant studying vertical transmission of HIV

1985-1987

Azaria J.J.T. Rein, MD / Professor and Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Hadassah University Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel

 

Published 2 key papers on LV function assessment in normal newborns and patients with anomalous left coronary artery

1986-1988

Gary Sholler, MD / Director of New South Wales Children’s Heart Service, Sydney Children’s Hospital, Sydney, Australia

 

Published 3 key papers on assessment of outflow obstruction and effects on LV function

1986-1989

Mary van der Velde, MD / Clinical Associate Professor and Co-director of Echocardiography, C.S.Mott Children’s Hospital, University of Michigan Health System, Ann Arbor, MI

 

Published on use of echocardiography in pre-and post-operative management of totally anomalous pulmonary venous connection

1987-1990

Larry Rhodes, MD / Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, West Virginia University Heart Institute, Morgantown, WV

 

Published a sentinel paper on criteria for distinguishing critical aortic stenosis from hypoplastic left heart syndrome

1989-1992

Abraham Matitiau, MD / Pediatric Cardiology, Kaplan Medical Center, Rehovot, Israel

 

Published 2 important papers on clinical course and ventricular function of single ventricle

1989-1992

Meribeth Hourihan, MD / Pediatric Cardiology Associates, University of Maine, Portland, ME

 

Published initial report of early dilation of the neo-aortic root after arterial switch operation

1990-1993

Tom Gentles, MD / Associate Director of Cardiology, Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand

 

Published first study of effects of less severe coronary artery anomalies on LV function after repair of pulmonary atresia with intactseptum.

1990-1993

Tamar Preminger, MD / Pediatric Cardiology, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

 

Published initial description and mechanism of residual intramural ventricular defects after repair of conotruncal anomalies.

1991-1993

Thierry Sluysman, MD / Professor and Chief of Pediatric Cardiology, Catholic University of Louvain, Brussels, Belgium

 

Published definitive studies of the natural and surgical treatment history of ventricular function in single left ventricle.

1991-1994

Lisa Hornberger, MD / Fetal and Neonatal Cardiology Program Director, University of Alberta, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Cardiology, Stollery Children’s Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

 

Published 3 sentinel articles on in utero growth of cardiovascular structures in fetuses with congenital heart defects

1991-1994

Jami Levine, MD / Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, Associate in Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Boston

 

Published mechanism and outcome of anastomotic pseudoaneurysms associated with RV outflow reconstruction

1991-1994

Howard Rosenfield, MD / Oakland Pediatric Cardiology Group, Oakland, CA

 

Initial report of echocardiographic criteria for suitability for device closure of ASD

1998-2001

Sherri Baker, MD / Staff Cardiologist, Oklahoma University Children’s Heart Center, Oklahoma City, OK

 

Early publication assessing relative costs of treatment of ASD

1999-2002

Angelo Milazzo, MD / Medical Director, Duke Children's Consultative Services of Raleigh, Duke University Medical System, Raleigh, NC

 

First publication of racial and geographic disparities in delivery of pediatric cardiology care in coastal southeast

1999-2002

Robb Romp, MD / Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Cardiology), Children’s Hospital of Alabama, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL

 

Initial publication on outcomes for unroofing procedure for repair of anomalous coronary artery from an inappropriate sinus of Valsalva

2001-2003

Anne Marie Valente, MD / Instructor in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, Assistant in Cardiology, Children’s Hospital Boston

 

Published a large prospective study of the prevalence of endocarditis among infants with S. aureus bacteremia.

2003-2004

Elena Reffo, MD / Senior Cardiology Fellow, University of Padova, Padova, Italy

 

Published 2 articles on 3-D echo in congenital heart disease

2004-2006

Rachelle Adorisio, MD / Staff Cardiologist, Dipartimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy

 

Jointly performed the study and reported abnormal coronary vasomotor function after the arterial switch operation

2005-2007

Roberta  Iaccobelli, MD / Staff Cardiologist, Dipartimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy

 

Completed thesis in fetal echo and published 3 articles.

2006-2009

Francesca Raimondi, MD /

 

Completed thesis and published 2 papers.

2006-2009

Alessia del Pasqua, MD / Staff Cardiologist, Meyer Children’s Hospital, Firenze, Italy

 

Completed thesis and published 4 papers.

2007-2010

Benedetta Leonardi, MD / Director of Cardiac MRI, Dipartimento Medico-Chirurgico di Cardiologia Pediatrica, Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Rome, Italy

 

Completed thesis and published 3 papers

 

2010-12              Francesca Pluchinotta, MD / Pediatric Cardiology Fellow, Ospedale San’Donato Milanesi, Milan, Italy

              Completed Thesis and published 6 papers (2 as first author)

 

2011-12              Prashob Porayette, MD / Pediatric Cardiology Fellow, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

              Published 4 papers (1 as first author)

 

2012-13              Abbas Haidar Zaidi, MD / Pediatric resident, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

              Published 3 papers (1 as first author)

2014-15              Amara Majeed, MD / Pediatric resident, King’s Daughters Hospital, Norfolk, VA

              Completed research project, 1 paper published

2015-16              Laura Gellis, MD / Cardiology Fellow, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA

              Completed research project, 1 paper submitted

 

Formal Teaching of Peers (e.g., CME and other continuing education courses)

Year(s)

Title(s) or topic(s) or talks

Number of talks in a single course

Course Name (Sponsor, if any)

Location(s) (city or country)

 

1997

“Chest Pain in Children and Adolescents”

1 45 min lecture

 

  Palpitations, Chest Pain, and Syncope in Children and Adolescents

Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC 

2005

“The Problem of Heterotaxy Syndrome”

1 50 min lecture

 

Lattante con Cardiopatia complessa, epatomegalia e

Ipertransaminasemia

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma, Italia

2008

“How Do We Measure Quality in Pediatric Cardiology”

1 45 min lecture

 

V Joint Conference – Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù and Mayo Clinic

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma, Italia

 

 

 

Report of Regional, National and International Invited Teaching and Presentations

Invited Presentations and Courses

Regional

Year(s)

Title of presentation or name of course/ Type of presentation/role(s) (note if presentation the result of a selected abstract)

Location (Sponsor, if any)

 

1985

Current Advances in Doppler and Two-Dimensional Echocardiography / Invited speaker – 1 30 min lecture

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1986

Current Advances in Doppler and Two-Dimensional Echocardiography / Invited speaker – 1 30 min lecture

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1987

Third Annual Echocardiography Symposium - Echocardiography 1987 / Invited speaker – 1 30 min lecture

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1989

Tufts University 5th Annual Echocardiography Symposium / Invited speaker – 1 30 min lecture

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1990

Tufts University 6th Annual Echocardiography Symposium / Invited speaker – 1 30 min lecture

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1991

Echocardiography Today / Invited speaker – 2 30 min lectures

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA             

1992

Basics of Intraoperative Echocardiography / Invited speaker – 1 45min lecture

 

  Tufts University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1998

Charleston Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease / Invited speaker – 2 40 min lectures

 

  Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

 

Frontiers in Diagnosis and Management of Congenital Heart Disease / Invited speaker – 3 40 min lecture

 

  Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA

2000

Update in Pediatric Echocardiography: Boston 2000 / Invited speaker 1 30 min lecture

 

  Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA

2000

Charleston Mini Symposium / Invited speaker – 1 40 min lecture

 

  Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

2004

Convegno Regionale ‘Il Cardiopatico Congenito Adolescente e Adulto.’ Letture Magistrale ‘Centers of Excellence in Adult Congenital Heart Disease – What Should They Look Like?

 

  Feltre, Italia

 

Ecocardiografia Tridimensionale Transtoracica / Invited speaker – 2 30 min lectures

 

  Università degli  Studi di Padova, Padova, Italia

 

Univentricular Circulation: Anatomic substrates and function of the univentricular heart before and after surgical procedures / Invited speaker – 1 45 min lecture

 

  G. Pasquinucci Hospital, Massa, Italia

2005

Il Bambino Sindromico con cardiopatia: diagnosi pre- e postnatale / Invited speaker – 1 45 min lecture

 

  IRCCS Burlo Garofolo, Trieste, Italia

2007

Il Cuore Fetale: dalle Nuove Linee Guida SIEOG alla Realtà sul Territorio / Invited speaker – 1 30 min lecture , Verona, Italia

 

 

2008

Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, Roma, Italia

 

Corso in Perfezionamento in Emergenze Pediatriche 2008 / Invited speaker – 1 40 min lecture, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Roma, Italia

 

 

 

 

2011              NPCNA Fall Conference 2011:  Advances in the Management of the Small Left Ventricle – 90 min anatomy demonstration    Boston, MA  15 October 2011

              NECCA Annual Meeting,  VT, 22 October 2011, 3- 30 minute demonstrations of heart specimens

2012              NECCA Annual Meeting, Old Saybrook, CT , 27 October 2012. 3 – 30 minute demonstrations of heart specimens.

2013              NECCA Annual Meeting,  Lenox, MA  19-20 October 2013.  3 – 30 minute demonstrations of heart specimens

Complex Congenital Heart Disease Anatomic, Pathologic and 3D imaging Correlations Innova Hospital, Falls Church, VA  4 – 30 min lectures

2014                            The 7th Annual Helen and Ronald Ross Symposium, Cleveland Clinic Foundation,

  Cleveland, OH  29-30 May 2014  5 30-min lectures

Annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology Kentucky  Chapter, Louisville,

  Ky, 11 October 2014   1 -  30-min lecture.

NECCA Annual Meeting,  Newport, RI  18-19 October 2014245 minute

  demonstrations of heart specimens

NPCNA Fall Conference 2014: The Infectious, Immunologic and Inflammatory Challenges  – 3  30-min anatomy demonstration    Boston, MA  25 October 2014

 

2015              Multimodality Noninvasive Imaging for Diagnosis of the Failing Heart and Complex                             Congenital Heart DiseaseIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY                January 10-11, 2015  2 – 40-min lectures.

              NECCA Annual Meeting,  Portsmouth, NH  16-18 October 2015.  2 – 45 minute 

                demonstrations of heart specimens

                           

 

National

Year(s)

Title of presentation or name of course/ Type of presentation/role(s) (note if presentation the result of a selected abstract)

Location (Sponsor, if any)

 

1983

Two-Dimensional and Doppler Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease in Children / Faculty member – 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1984

Two-Dimensional and Doppler Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease in Children / Faculty member – 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1985

Two-Dimensional and Doppler Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease in Children / Faculty member – 6 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1986

Two-Dimensional and Doppler Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease in Children / Faculty member – 6 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1988

Two Dimensional and Doppler Echocardiography of Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease in Pediatrics / Faculty member – 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

 

Two Dimensional and Doppler Echocardiography of Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease in Pediatrics / Faculty member – 4 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1990

Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound for the New Decade / Faculty member – 6 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

 

Transesophageal Echocardiography / Invited speaker – 1 20 min lecture

 

  Dallas, Texas (Tufts University Medical Center)

1991

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member – 6 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

 

7th Annual Symposium: Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease / Faculty member – 3 30 min lectures

 

Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1992

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

 

Advanced Symposium on Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member - 3 45 min lectures

 

  University of California at San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

 

8th Annual Symposium: Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease / Faculty member – 4 30 min lectures

 

  Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1993

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

 

9th Annual Symposium: Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease / Faculty member – 4 30 min lectures

 

  Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1994

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1995

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

 

Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease: Fetal, Pediatric, Adult / Faculty member – 3 45 min lectures

 

  Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1996

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1997

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)

1998

Advanced Pediatric Cardiac Ultrasound / Faculty member 5 45 min lectures

 

  Heart House, Bethesda, MD (American College of Cardiology)