Position: Professor of Medicine and Paediatrics
Location: Toledo, US
Blair P. Grubb is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and earned an undergraduate degree in Biologic Sciences from the University of Maryland (Baltimore County). He received an M.D from the Universidad Central del Este in the Dominican Republic. He completed residency training at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center where he was also Chief Resident: He then completed a fellowship in Cardiology and Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Pennsylvania State University. He is presently a Distinguished University Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Toledo, Health Science Campus where he is also director of the Electrophysiology Program and the Syncope and Autonomic Disorders Clinic at the University Medical Center.
He has authored over 270 scientific papers as well as 5 books, and 35 book chapters.. He received the Medical Professional of the Decade award from the British Arrhythmia Alliance in 2015, as well as the University of Toledo Dean's Award for Career Achievement for 2015. He is widely considered one of the world's leading authorities on syncope and disorders of the autonomic nervous system, and he has pioneered many of the diagnostic and treatment modalities that are in common use today. A collection of his essays has been published as a book entitled The Calling.