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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:

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


Campbell, M. J., B. Zhou, M. Langworthy, L. Batts, S. Fazio, M. Linton, and S. Baldwin. “NFATc1 and acquired aortic stenosis,” n.d.


Chamberlain, R., E. C. Smith, and M. J. Campbell. “Novel dystrophin rod domain duplication in patient with X-linked dilated cardiomyopathy,” n.d.


Tunks, R. D., P. Barker, R. Kim, and M. J. Campbell. “Prevalence and Pattern Characterization of Abnormal Findings on Delayed Enhancement Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Pediatrics and Congenital Heart Disease,” n.d.


Huang, S., P. Barker, H. Kim, M. J. Campbell, and R. Kim. “Prevalence of myocardial scarring in congenital heart disease. A comparison between left ventricular pressures and volume overload using a novel black blood delayed enhancement imaging technique,” n.d.


Kropf, P., P. Barker, S. Miller, G. Tatum, and M. J. Campbell. “Realizing the Promise for a Criss-Cross Heart: Accurate Physical Representation of Complex 3-Dimensional Anatomy,” n.d.


Campbell, M. J., P. Barker, and J. S. Li. “Utility of Adenosine Cardiac Stress MRI to Evaluate Ischemia in Patients with Kawasaki Disease,” n.d.