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Michael Jay Campbell, MD

Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Campus mail: Box 3090 Med Ctr, Durham, NC 27710
Phone: (919) 684-3574
Email address: michael.campbell2@duke.edu

Clinical interests include pediatric echocardiography, fetal echocardiography, pediatric/congenital cardiac MRI, treatment of children with acquired and congenital heart disease.

Educational interests include the education of pediatric cardiology fellows, pediatric residents and medical students in pediatric cardiology.

Research interests include cardiac imaging research (echocardiography and cardiac MRI) in children and adults with congenital heart disease. Clinical research interests also include fetal echocardiography. Basic science research interests include the genetics of congenital and acquired aortic stenosis.

Education and Training

  • Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship, Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University, 2004 - 2007
  • Pediatric Internship & Residency, Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University, 2001 - 2004
  • M.D., University of South Carolina at Columbia, 2001

Publications

Hornik, Christoph P., Michael J. Campbell, Michael P. Carboni, Andrew J. Lodge, John F. Rhodes, and Ronald J. Kanter. “Preoperative diagnosis of long QT syndrome in an infant with tetralogy of Fallot..” Pediatr Cardiol 32, no. 6 (August 2011): 834–38. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00246-011-9957-0.

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Campbell, M. J., J. Rhodes, S. Darty, and P. Barker. “Bilateral superior vena cavae with anomalous drainage of the right-sided superior vena cava.” Edited by C. Bucciarelli-Ducci. Society of Cardiovascular Magnatic Resonance Website, March 1, 2011.

Scholars@Duke

Barker, Piers C. A., Sara K. Pasquali, Stephen Darty, Richard J. Ing, Jennifer S. Li, Raymond J. Kim, Stephanie DeArmey, Priya S. Kishnani, and Michael J. Campbell. “Use of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging to evaluate cardiac structure, function and fibrosis in children with infantile Pompe disease on enzyme replacement therapy..” Mol Genet Metab 101, no. 4 (December 2010): 332–37. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ymgme.2010.07.011.

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Campbell, M. J., and D. A. Parra. “Magnetic Resonance in Pediatric Cardiology.” In Imagenología No-Invasiva Cardiovascular Clínica, edited by D. Bialostozky. Publicaciones Permanyer: Institvtu-N-de-Cardiologia-Ignacio-Chavez, 2009.

Scholars@Duke

Todd, Stephanie J., M Jay Campbell, Dan M. Roden, and Prince J. Kannankeril. “Novel Brugada SCN5A mutation causing sudden death in children..” Heart Rhythm 2, no. 5 (May 2005): 540–43. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrthm.2005.01.029.

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Campbell, M. J., S. Darty, M. Parker, P. Barker, and R. Kim. “Adenosine Stress Perfusion CMR in Young Children: Assessment of Optimal Imaging Parameters,” n.d.

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Campbell, M. J., steve Darty, pca Barker, H. Kim, and ray Kim. “An Example of the Improved Diagnostic Utility of Black Blood Delayed Enhancement (FIDDLE) in a Patient with Complete Transposition of the Great Arteries,” n.d.

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Selamet Tierney, E. S., J. C. Levine, L. A. Sleeper, M. J. Roman, T. J. Bradley, S. Colan, S. Chen, et al. “Aortic Stiffness Predicts Clinical Outcome and Rate of Aortic Root Growth in Marfan Syndrome,” n.d.

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Campbell, M. J., P. Barker, B. Hayes, and R. Kim. “CMR Adenosine Stress Perfusion in Pediatrics and Congenital Heart Disease: Effects on Clinical Decision Making and Outcomes,” n.d.

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Campbell, M. J., P. Barker, F. Bailliard, and R. Kim. “CMR Evaluation of Coronary Artery Disease in Congenital Heart Disease and Pediatric Utilizing Adenosine Stress Perfusion,” n.d.

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