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Cardiologist , Physiologist , biomedical engineer

Marc D. Feldman, American cardiologist, biomedical engineer, physiologist. Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, American Board Internal Medicine, American Board Cardiovasc. Disease, American Board Interventional Cardiology. Fellow American College Cardiology; member Medical Society Virginia, Cardiovascular Systems Dynamics Society.

Background

Feldman, Marc D. was born on March 14, 1955 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of William M. and Gloria M. Feldman.

Education

Bachelor of Science magna cum laude, Duke University, 1977. Doctor of Medicine, University Pennsylvania, 1981.

Career

Intern, resident in internal medicine University Chicago, 1981-1983. Fellow in cardiology Harvard University, Boston, 1983-1987. Assistant professor University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1987-1994.

Associate professor University Pittsburgh, 1994-1998, University Texas, San Antonio, since 1998. Adjunct assistan professor School biomedical Engineering University Texas, Austin, since 1998. Staff physician South Texas Veterans Health Care Systems, since 1998.

Director research cardiac catheteriazaion lab University Virginia School Medicine, 1990-1994, head committee for clinical referrals department cardiology, 1990-1994. Director in-patient cardiology, 1992-1994. Director catheterization laboratory Westmoreland Regional Hospital, 1994-1995.

Director cardiac catheterization laboratory Presbyterian Hospital, University Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1994-1998, coordinator cardiac catheterization conference, 1994-1998, coordinator cardiac didactic and research conference, 1994-1998. Associate director cardiac catheterization laboratories University Texas Health Science Center, since 1998, director interventional research, since 1998. Lecturer in field; editorial consultant to various medical journals.

Achievements

  • Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners, American Board Internal Medicine, American Board Cardiovasc. Disease, American Board Interventional Cardiology.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-patentee metabolic catheter, multifrequency conductance system to evaluate cardiac mechanics, method and apparatus for intravascular drug and gene delivery. Contributor numerous articles to professional publications.

Membership

Fellow American College Cardiology. Member Medical Society Virginia, Cardiovascular Systems Dynamics Society.

Connections

Married Jonquil D. Feldman, June 8, 1981. Children; Jake, Nate.

father:
William M.

mother:
Gloria M. Feldman

spouse:
Jonquil D. Feldman