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Professor Dr. Charles Antzelevitch, B.A., Ph.D.

 

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BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Professor Dr. Charles Antzelevitch, B.A., Ph.D.

Professor Dr. Charles Antzelevitch is a Fellow of New Westminster College. He has an outstanding record of ethical leadership and is a Professor of Pharmacology. His professional experience includes:

  • 8/77 to 8/80: Postdoctoral Fellow, Experimental Cardiology Department, Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, Utica, New York
  • 2/80 to 6/83: Assistant Professor, Pharmacology Department, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York
  • 8/80 to 12/83:  Research Scientist, Experimental Cardiology, Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, Utica, New York
  • 7/83 to 12/86: Associate Professor, Pharmacology Department, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York
  • 12/86 to 11/95: Research Professor, Pharmacology Department, SUNY Health Science Center, Syracuse, New York
  • 1/84 to 6/84:  Senior Research Scientist, Experimental Cardiology, Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, Utica, New York
  • 7/84 to present: Executive Director, Director of Research, Masonic Medical Research Laboratory, Utica, New York
  • 2/87 to present: Gordon K. Moe Scholar, Chair in Experimental Cardiology – MMRL
  • 11/95 to present: Professor of Pharmacology, SUNY Health Science Center and Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, New York

Professor Antzelevitch’s education and qualifications include:

  • 1979-1973: B.A. in Biology, Queens College, City University of New York
  • 1973-1977: Ph.D. in Pharmacology, Upstate Medical Center, SUNY at Syracuse

Professor Antzelevitch’s area of expertise and primary interests include:

  • Experimental Cardiology
  • Cardiac Electrophysiology and Pharmacology
  • Electrophysiological and pathophysiological basis of cardiac arrhythmias
  • Pharmacology of antiarrhythmic agents
  • Pharmacology of non-antiarrhythmic agents with cardiac actions
  • Ischemic Heart Disease
  • Sudden Cardiac Death
  • Long QT Syndrome
  • Brugada Syndrome
  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
  • Electrical heterogeneity as the basis for electrocardiographic (ECG) manifestations
  • Cellular basis for the T wave in the ECG
  • Cellular basis for the J wave 
  • Cellular basis for the pathophysiologic U wave 
  • Mechanisms underlying T wave alternans
  • Mechanisms underlying QT dispersion
  • Mechanism underlying the Early Repolarization Syndrome
  • Electrical heterogeneity as the basis for pharmacologic distinctions in the heart
  • Interpretation of the ECG and Monophasic Action Potential (MAP) Recordings
  • Molecular Biology of ion channels in the heart
  • Ionic distinctions among different cell types in the heart
  • Molecular Genetics of inherited cardiac death and arrhythmia syndromes

As a Fellow of New Westminster College, Professor Dr. Charles Antzelevitch is dedicated to supporting the highest standards of academic excellence and is committed to the advancement of New Westminster College and its Global Network of Fellows.

 
 
 
 

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