CNAHA- Jianming Li
Dr. Jian-Ming Li received his PhD in Biochemistry from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 1988. In 1991, he attended medical school at McGill University in Canada and obtained his MD and Master of Surgery in 1995. During medical school, he studied the relationship between the L-type Ca channel and hypertension, which led his various awards, including the medical scientist award from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, the young scientist award from the 15th international society of hypertension in 1994, and Sandoz research excellence award in 1995. He did internal medicine residency at University of Toronto and cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology fellowship at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School before taking on the directorship of cardiac pacing and electrophysiology service at his hospital, He is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and cardiac electrophysiology. He is the Ad hoc reviewer for JACC, Circulation, Clinical Cardiology, Heart rhythm, Journal of Pacing and Cardiac Electrophysiology (PACE), Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology (JCE). He serves on the editorial board for The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management and Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research. He practices all aspects of cardiovascular medicine, but in particular, cardiac electrophysiology and complex radiofrequency ablations as well as device therapy. He was the recipient of the American Heart Association Hero Award for his outstanding community service in promoting AHA’s missions on sudden death prevention and healthy lifestyle, nominee of the clinical excellence award, as well best cardiovascular teaching professor award at University of Minnesota. He was the past president of the Association of Minnesota Chinese Physicians and the past president of Chinese American Heart Association. Currently, he is the vice president of the World Association of Chinese Cardiologists.
Clinical Electrophysiology and Catheter Ablation
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