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Jonathan Chrispin

JONATHAN CHRISPIN, M.D., is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology Johns Hopkins. He was raised in New York to parents who emigrated from Haiti. He received an AB in Biological Sciences from Harvard University and his medical degree at Vanderbilt University. He came to Johns Hopkins Hospital as an intern on the Osler Medicine Training Program. He continued his training at Johns Hopkins as a Fellow in Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, where he served as Chief Fellow. Dr. Chrispin is a passionate, and dedicated clinical researcher and educator. He currently directs the Ventricular Arrhythmia Research program and serves as the education coordinator of the general cardiology fellows’ education curriculum during their rotation on the Electrophysiology Service.

Dr. Chrispin and his wife, Kimberly Lisa Chrispin, are the proud parents of two boys, Jonathan Daniel and David Alexander.