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- American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon - MD
- University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics - Research Fellow in Cardiology
- University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics - Residency in Internal Medicine
- Stanford University - Fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine
- University of California San Francisco - Fellowship in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
- University of Utah - Executive MBA
Dr. Mohamed Hamdan is a faculty member and chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine within the Department of Medicine. Dr. Hamdan currently holds the Mildred and Marv Conney Chair in Cardiology and was elected a member of the Association of University Cardiologists, an educational organization that elects academic cardiologists considered to be leaders who shape the course of research and training in cardiovascular disease in the United States. Dr. Hamdan has served as a peer reviewer for the Department of Veteran Affairs, the American Heart Association and National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and was a member on the Board of Trustees for the Heart Rhythm Society. Dr. Hamdan is on the Editorial Board of both the Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology and Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology and is a manuscript reviewer for several of the top-impact journals in his field, such as the Journal of American College of Cardiology, Circulation, and the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Hamdan has been named multiple times to the Best Doctors in America list and has received the UW Health Patient and Family Experience Provider Champion Award.
Dr. Hamdan’s clinical interests include general Cardiovascular Medicine, and Cardiac Electrophysiology. He has also developed an interest in decision support for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with fainting spells, particularly in the elderly.
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Dr. Hamdan’s research has focused on evaluating the role of the baroreflex in determining hemodynamic response during tachyarrhythmias and the effects of rhythm disturbances on blood pressure regulation. He has published over 85 original research manuscripts and has authored over 20 review articles and book chapters. His research has been supported by both foundation grants and R01 funding from the National Institutes of Health.