Charles J. Davidson, MD
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Transcatheter Heart Valve Therapy, Coronary Artery Interventions, Structural Heart Disease, Cardiac Catheterization, Valvular Heart Disease, Balloon Valvuloplasty, Congenital Heart Disease, Angioplasty, Cardiac Stents
Education and Training
University of Connecticut School of Medicine 1982
Northwestern Mcgaw / Northwestern Memorial Hospital 1985
Duke University Medical Center 1988
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After completing medical school at the University of Connecticut, Dr. Davidson completed his internship and residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He went on to complete a cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowship at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C. He was an assistant professor of Medicine and associate director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at Duke before coming to Northwestern.
Dr. Davidson has been the cardiology principal investigator for numerous National Institutes of Health and industry sponsored trials including the BARI 2D study. He has published over 200 peer reviewed manuscripts. He has authored the chapter on cardiac catheterization in the last five editions of Braunwald's Textbook of Heart Disease.
Dr. Davidson received the Jacques M. Smith, MD, Distinguished Physician in Medicine Award. He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association and the Society of Cardiac Angiography and Intervention.
Board certified in cardiovascular disease, internal medicine, and interventional cardiology, Dr. Davidson's special interests include drug eluting stents, transcatheter valve therapy, coronary artery interventions in diabetics, percutaneous closure devices, and balloon valvuloplasty.
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