Board Member | Cardiologist, Electrophysiologist
Dr. David Newman MD FRCP(C) FACC is an Associate Professor on the faculty of medicine at the University of Toronto, Canada. His main areas of clinical activity and research are in adult clinical cardiac electrophysiology. Dr. Newman received his BSc and MD at Dalhousie University, followed by training in internal medicine and cardiology at the University of Toronto. He went on to post graduate training in cardiac electrophysiology at the University of California -San Francisco and Stanford universities before returning to Toronto. He currently works in the Toronto community and is also a member of the arrhythmia service at Sunnybrook Hospital medical center, a University of Toronto teaching hospital. In his practice Dr. Newman has had extensive experience with all forms of invasive and non-invasive arrhythmia and general cardiac investigations. He was among the first clinicians in the Toronto area to use loop recording devices in clinical practice. His research areas include health related quality of life in arrhythmia research, cardiac electrophramacology, device management and catheter ablation. Dr. Newman is particularly expert in areas of signal acquisition, interpretation and clinical use of ambulatory ECG information across a variety of patient groups and indications. Dr. Newman has a large practice in community based primary care cardiology and arrhythmia referrals, while maintaining a significant academic and clinical presence in the academic teaching hospital arena. This dual expertise will allow him to be a unique advisor to Cardiocomm Solutions as it seeks to make its products available to the larger general cardiac as well as specialist community.