James Philip Morgan Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, U. Cincinnati, 1970, Doctor of Philosophy, 1974, Doctor of Medicine, 1976. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine and Subspecialty Cardiovascular Disease.
Fellow internal medicine Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1976—1979, fellow cardiovascular disease, 1979—1983. Assistant medicine Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, since 1983. Instructor pharmacology University Cincinnati, 1975—1976.
Assistant professor pharmacology, instructor medicine Mayo Clinic, 1981—1983. Assistant professor medicine Harvard University, Boston, 1983, associate professor, 1988—1996, Herman Dana professor medicine, 1996—2005. Affiliate faculty, department pharmacology Harvard Medical School, 1986—2000.
Chief and program director cardiovascular division Beth Israel Hospital, 1994—2001, vice chairman medicine, 2000—2005. Chief cardiovascular medicine St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Boston, 2005—2008, director Caritas Christi Cardiovasc. Center, 2006—2008; chief cardiovascular medicine Caritas Carney Hospital.
Medical director cardiovascular services Carney Hospital, since 2008.
Fellow in internal medicine Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1976-1979, fellow in cardiovascular disease, 1979-1983. Member American Medical Association, American Heart Association, Biophysics Society Am.Soc. Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
Married Kathleen Greive, December 22, 1973. Children: James Patrick, Jonathan Michael.