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Dr. Goldstein has engaged in cardiovascular medicine and cardiovascular research since he was a medical student. He continues a long career of patient care and teaching at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. His ongoing focus as a teacher has been enhanced physician performance during bedside or clinic patient evaluation, particularly the physical examination. His research interests have included the pathophysiology and management of coronary artery disease and, more recently, congestive heart failure and arrhythmias. Actively maintaining a long-standing collaboration with the Heart Research Follow-up Program at the University of Rochester, he now serves as Chair of Data and Safety Monitoring Boards for 3 current studies of management for cardiac patients. He also performs collaborative research utilizing extensive databases at the University of Rochester. Since he stepped down as Chair of the USU Department of Medicine, he has collaborated with members of the Cardiology Division to investigate how drugs and clinical conditions influence the electrical activity of cardiac myocytes to sustain stable cardiac rhythm. Dr. Goldstein has exercised leadership roles in the community--President of the Maryland Affiliate of the American Heart Association, Governor (USPHS) for the American College of Cardiology, and currently member of a VA Study Section. At USU, he has been faculty leader of the Alpha Omega Alpha Chapter and member of the Faculty Senate. He has received many distinctive awards in cardiology and medicine, including national recognition as a Guggenheim Fellow and as a Master of the American College of Physicians.

Education/Academic qualification

Medicine, Thesis-Statistical Study of the Irregularity of Atrial Fibrillation, Harvard Medical School

Award Date: 12 Jun 1965

Biochemical Sciences, Bachelor, Thesis-Sodium Content of Bone Mineral, Harvard University

External positions

Chair, Data & Safety Monitoring Board, MADIT S-ICD, University of Rochester Medical Center

17 Nov 2016 → …


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