Larry Jackson, MD
My name is a Larry R. Jackson II, MD, MHSc, an Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University Medical Center. I am an adult clinical cardiac electrophysiologist with a clinical focus centered on the management of atrial arrhythmias. My research focuses on analyzing racial and ethnic disparities in arrhythmia care including stroke reduction therapies for atrial fibrillation, rhythm control strategies for atrial fibrillation, and sudden cardiac death reduction for patients at risk for sudden cardiac arrest. In addition, my research focuses on identifying and analyzing the impact of social determinants of health on arrhythmia care. My research is funded by the National Institutes of Health, specifically the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (Award Number: 1U54MD012530) and National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (Award Number: 1K01HL159041-01) and the American Heart Association (Award Number: 851386). Additionally, I serve on the Atrial Fibrillation Systems of Care Advisory Group-American Heart Association’s Get With the Guidelines-Atrial Fibrillation committee, the American College of Cardiology’s Education Grants Experts Advisory Panel, the editorial review board for ACC.org, the Scientific Sessions Program Committee for the American Heart Association, the Heart Rhythm Society’s Program Committee, the Electrophysiology Committee in the Association Black Cardiologists, and advisory lead for the Biosense Webster’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Board.