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Myron L. Weisfeldt, MD, FACP
Dr. Weisfeldt received his undergraduate degree from Johns
Hopkins University and his MD from the Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine. He trained as an intern and resident at
Columbia University and did his fellowship in cardiology at
Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Weisfeldt also did training at
the National Institutes of Aging. From 1975-1991, Dr. Weisfeldt
served as Chief of the Division of Cardiology at Johns Hopkins
Hospital. From 1991 to 2001 Dr. Weisfeldt was the Samuel Bard
Professor of Medicine and Chair of the Department of Medicine at
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr.
Weisfeldt is currently the William Osler Professor of Medicine and
Director of the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins and
Physician-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, a position he has
held since 2001.
An internationally renowned basic investigator in cardiology,
Dr. Weisfeldt has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers focused
on cardiac physiology, MRI applications to cardiology, and cardiac
resuscitation. Indeed, Dr. Weisfeldt helped pioneer critical
developments in these fields. Currently, Dr. Weisfeldt is funded by
the National Institutes of Health for being the study chair of the
clinical research consortium to improve resuscitation outcomes.
Dr. Weisfeldt has received many honors for his scholarship and
his myriad contributions. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha
Omega Alpha, and the Association of American Physicians. He has
served as President of the American Heart Association and has
received the John Phillips Memorial Award from the American College
of Physicians. Dr. Weisfeldt has been an effective and tireless
promoter of diversity in academic medicine. In 2008, he was
recognized for these efforts by the Association of Professors of
Medicine, which awarded him a Diversity Award.
Dr. Weisfeldt has made numerous important contributions to
internal medicine as an investigator, an educator, a creative
program builder, and a promoter of diversity in academic medicine.
Given these many, important and sustained contributions to
Medicine, Dr. Weisfeldt is the ideal recipient of the Theodore