Dwight W Reynolds, MD
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Dwight Reynolds, MD, FACC, FHRS, FAHA, FACP

 

 

Dr. Reynolds is The Natalie O. Warren Chair in Medicine, a Regents Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Cardiovascular Section at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.  A graduate of both The University of Oklahoma and The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, he has been on the OU College of Medicine faculty for 4 decades.  He has served as Chief of Staff of both the older Oklahoma Memorial Hospital and more recently OU Medical Center.  Dr. Reynolds has been involved throughout his career in research and development of implantable devices for use in the cardiovascular monitoring and treatment (as well as in the clinical care) of patients with these needs.  He has lectured extensively throughout the world, published many book chapters and research papers, and has served as president of the Heart Rhythm Society, a Washington DC based international professional organization focused on heart rhythm abnormalities.  His recent work has involved leadership of the world-wide clinical trial evaluating a dramatic new implantable pacemaker that can be implanted directly in the heart using fairly simple, non-surgical techniques. He has also served as Oklahoma’s American College of Cardiology chapter president and as the president of the national organization (Association of Professors of Cardiology) of chiefs and directors of academic cardiology programs.