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Leslie T. Cooper Jr, MD Rochester, MN, USA

Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; Chief, Section of Vascular Medicine

EDUCATION/TRAINING

University of Pennsylvania B.A. 1985 Medieval History

University of Pennsylvania M.D. 1990


A. Professional Experience:

Education and Research Training/Fellowships:

2007-Pres Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

2003-2006 Associate Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1998-2003 Assistant Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1997-1998 Mayo Foundation Scholar, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

1995-1996 Research Fellow, Sam & Rose Stein Institute for Aging, Univ. of California San Diego (with Dennis Carson, M.D.)

1993 - 1996 University of California at San Diego, Division of Cardiology, Clinical Fellow

1990-1993 Stanford University Hospital, Department of Medicine, Intern and Resident

1988-1989 Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Pathology, Harvard Medicine School (with Morris J. Karnovsky, M.B., B. Ch., D. Sc.)

1983-1986 Research Assistant, Cardiology Section, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (with John J. Sayen, M.D.)

Awards and Honors:

2004-07, Scientific Advisory Boards- National Organization for Rare Disorders and The Churg-Strauss Syndrome Association; 2005-2007 President, Board of Directors, Myocarditis Foundation. 2003-, Associate Editor, Angiology; 2003-06 Panel Member Laennec Young Investigator Awards Committee AHA; 1996, Ruth and Victor Schulman Prize for research as a UCSD fellow; 1995, Giannini Bank of America Biomedical Research Fellowship; 1993, Stanford University Hospital, Department of Medicine, Award for House Staff Research 1990, George W. Householder Prize for Cardiovascular Research (University of PA); 1989, University of Pennsylvania Medical Scholar; 1988, Stanley J. Sarnoff Fellowship in Cardiovascular Research.