Malcolm Arnold is a B.S., M.B. B.Ch. B.AO., M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.P.(Edin), F.R.C.P.C., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.C., and F.E.S.C. degrees holder. He graduated first in class, Queen’s University, Belfast, UK, and received many under and postgraduate awards. He was a British-American Fellow of the British Heart Foundation and the American Heart Association in Brigham, UK, and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA, under Dr.’s Eugene Braunwald, Bob Kloner, and Bill Colucci. He is a staff cardiologist in university hospital and Professor of medicine, physiology, and pharmacology, University of Western Ontario, ON, Canada. He founded and chaired the Canadian Heart Failure Network and has served on Executive Councils of the Heart Failure Society of America, Canadian Cardiovascular Society, and The American College of Cardiology Board of Governor’s Steering Committee. He is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Cardiac Failure, Canadian Journal of Cardiology, and frequently reviews for JACC, CIRC, and many other journals. He was the first Chair of The Canadian Cardiovascular Society Heart Failure Guidelines Program. He received the Medal of Merit, XVII World Congress of International Society for Heart Research, 2001, and is cited in Who’s Who since 2005 for Medical Science and Education. He received the Faculty of Medicine Dean’s Awards for both Excellence in Research and Excellence in Teaching. His research in heart failure has received national funding, and he has been an Investigator in many NHLBI studies. He serves on many national and international research committees and clinical trial steering committees. He has published over 250 scientific manuscripts, theses, book chapters, editorials, and reviews. Along with a postgraduate student in his laboratory, he discovered the effect and the mechanism of grapefruit juice on drug metabolism which was identified as a citation classic and recognized as one of the best 14 papers in the last 30 years by the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.
Biography Updated on 16 January 2012