SAVE THE DATE!
Monday June 26th, 2017 5:00 to 7:00 PM
A NEW LIFE SOCIETY PRESENTS:
Jennifer Lynn Cook MD, Director of Cardiac Transplantation at Banner University Medical Center, one of the newest staff additions to the Banner organ transplant program.
She will be speaking to a limited seating audience on the latest in transplant pre-op and post–op care. Her clinical research interests include application of clinical guidelines into clinical practice. She also participates in clinical trials for novel drug therapy.
Dr. Cook will reserve time for your questions after the presentation.
Please reserve your seats early.
RSVP to email@example.com or 602-277-2661
Food and beverages will be hosted by New Life Society.
24TH STREET CONFERENCE CENTER
1841 N. 24TH ST
Easy access from both the 10 and the 51 Freeways, two blocks north of
McDowell (across the street from St. Ines Parish grounds).
Abundant free parking. Enter the building on the north side.
About Dr. Jennifer Cook:
NLS is very excited to have guest speaker Dr. Jennifer Cook MD at our next Educational Meeting Dr. Cook is the director of Advanced Heart Failure, Mechanical Circulatory Support and Cardiac Transplantation at Banner and also directs the Advanced Heart Disease Fellowship Program. She is board certified in cardiovascular disease and internal medicine and board eligible in advanced heart failure and transplantation. She is a fellow of the American Heart Association, where she serves on the Leadership Committee for Clinical Cardiology and as well as the Scientific Sessions Program Planning Committee. She also takes part in the American College of Cardiology’s Mechanical Circulatory Support Working Group and the Cardiovascular Research Foundation’s Scientific Advisory Board for High-Risk Patient Angioplasty.
Her clinical research interests include application of clinical guidelines into clinical practice. She has been lead author on Circulation Recommendation manuscripts for Mechanical Circulatory Support and Acute Heart Transplants Rejection. She also participates in clinical trials for novel drug therapy to help treat heart failure. Previously, Dr. Cook was medical director of the ventricular assist device program at Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, where she was an assistant professor.
She maintains clinic hours in both Tucson and Phoenix.