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Henry R. Halperin

HalperinHenryHENRY R. HALPERIN, the David J. Carver Professor of Medicine, is professor of medicine, biomedical engineering and radiology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and is Board certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease. He is the director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training, and the director of the Cardiology Bioengineering Laboratory. His research interests are focused on cardiopulmonary resuscitation as well as the use of MRI to guide catheter ablation procedures. He received a BS from Purdue University, a graduate degree from UCLA, and a MD from Louisiana State University.

He has received six patents and has four more pending for systems and medical devices used in electrophysiology. He has also received an investigational device exemption from the FDA for a CPR technique.

Dr. Halperin has authored more than 75 articles and book chapters. He is a journal reviewer for eleven publications in his field; a grant reviewer for the Veterans Administration and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; an abstract reviewer for the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association; and a clinical guidelines reviewer for the American Association of Respiratory Care. He serves on the editorial board of Resuscitation magazine and on several regional and national committees of the American Heart Association.