Life and times of leading cardiologists with Rob Califf. Guest: Anne Curtis
July 20, 2011
Recorded: April 2, 2011

Dr Robert Califf conducts a series of in-depth and personal interviews with his peers in the world of cardiology to find out what makes them tick, how they feel about the future, and what lessons they have learned during their exceptional careers.

Leadership roles are a recurring theme in Anne Curtis's career—from founder of the electrophysiology department at University of Florida in Gainesville, to chief of cardiology at the University of South Florida in Tampa, president of the Heart Rhythm Society, through to her current position as Charles and Mary Bauer Professor and chair at the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at University at Buffalo.

Find out more about Dr Curtis's illustrious trajectory, her skill at balancing the demands of busy career with those of her family, and what motivates her to slug it out against 19-year-old opponents during USTA tournaments.

Robert M Califf MD
Professor of Medicine
Donald F Fortin Professor, Cardiology
Vice Chancellor for Clinical Research
Director, Duke Translational
Medicine Institute
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC

To view Dr Califf's conflict of interest statement, click here.

Anne Curtis MD
Charles and Mary Bauer Professor and Chair
Department of Medicine
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY

Dr Curtis has served as an advisor or consultant for Medtronic, St Jude Medical, Sanofi-Aventis, and Biosense Webster. She has served as a speaker of a member of a speaker's bureau for Medtronic and Sanofi-Aventis. Dr Curtis has received grants for clinical research from Medtronic and St Jude Medical.

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