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James Daubert

James P Daubert MD

Chief, Section of Electrophysiology and Professor of Medicine, Duke University Professor of Medicine, Durham, NC

James P. Daubert, MD is a Professor of Medicine at The Duke University School of Medicine where he is Chief of the Section of Cardiac Electrophysiology. He attended Williams College then Jefferson College of Medicine followed by postgraduate training at Duke University in Internal Medicine, Cardiology and Electrophysiology. He was Chief Resident in Medicine at Duke. Dr. Daubert developed the Electrophysiology program at the University of Rochester from 1992 to 2009 when he returned to Duke as Chief. He has been active clinically and in investigations concerning implantable devices, cardiac resynchronization, catheter ablation, atrial fibrillation, and inherited arrhythmias. He is the Chair of the Heart Rhythm Society’s Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Program Directors Sub-Committee. Daubert is Associate Editor of JACC EP.