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James M. Meza, M.D. , M.Sc.
Princeton University (A.B., Molecular Biology, 2008)
University of Michigan Medical School (M.D., 2012)
Research Fellow at the Duke Clinical Research Institute (2014-2017)
John W. Kirklin/David Ashburn Fellow, Congenital Heart Surgeons' Society Data Center, The Hospital for Sick Children (2015-2017)
Residency in General Surgery, Duke University Medical Center (2012-2020)
Current third-year Fellow in Cardiothoracic Surgery at Duke University Hospital (2020-2023)
Current applicant for congenital heart surgery fellowships
Survival analysis, survival through staged operations, timing of surgery
Longitudinal outcomes research comparing operative strategies in congenital heart surgery.
Outcomes and decision analysis in cardiogenic shock.
Fellow at the Duke Clinical Research Institute and
2015-2017 John W. Kirklin/David Ashburn Fellow at the Congenital Heart Surgeons' Society Data Center