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Sidney C. Smith, Jr., M.D.
Sidney C. Smith, Jr. is professor of medicine and director of the Academic Center for Cardiovascular Disease. His background in cardiovascular research includes studies in lipoprotein abnormalities at NIH and clinical research involving repercussion therapies for acute myocardial infarction and medical management for unstable angina pectoris.
Most recently he has been involved in evaluating the role of secondary and primary prevention efforts in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Smith has been involved with the American Heart Association for the past two decades, serving as president from 1995-1996 and currently serving as the Chief Science Officer.
· Preventing Heart Disease: A Challenge for the New Millennium
· Comprehensive Treatment for Heart Disease: Is the Health System a Risk Factor?
· Using the Internet for Patient Education