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Daniel Friedman

Associate Professor of Medicine
Medicine, Cardiology
2301 Erwin Road, Suite 7451, Durham, NC 27701

Teaching Activities

Lectured to Electrophysiology fellows on cardiac resynchronization therapy at Yale. 2019-2021

Lectured to Duke Biomedical Engineering students enrolled in BME506, Measurement and Control of Cardiac Electrical Events, on cardiac resynchronization therapy. Arranged and led a follow-up EP lab shadowing opportunity for students. 2016-2017

Lectured to Duke Biostatistics students enrolled in BIOSTAT 708, "Clinical Trial Design and Analysis," on the topic of collaboration with clinicians. 2016

Teacher and advisor on clinical cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology to biomedical engineering graduate students in the lab of Dr. Patrick Wolf. 2015-2017

Duke Clinical Research Institute Buddy for a Duke MS III completing a research year at the DCRI. 2015-2016

Teacher of medical students, interns, and residents, on the cardiology services at Duke University Hospital. 2013-2015

Teacher of basic ECG skills to Duke University medical students. 2014

Developed and gave the “Introduction to Ongoing Clinical EP Research” Lecture for residents rotating through the Massachusetts General Hospital Cardiac Stepdown Unit 2012-2013

Teacher of medical students and residents while a junior and senior resident on the general medical wards at Massachusetts General Hospital 2011-2013