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San Diego, CA 92123
Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
University of Rochester School of Medicine
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Texas Childrens Hospital
Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatrics
Dr. James Perry is director of electrophysiology and adult congenital heart programs at Rady Children's Hospital San-Diego/UC San Diego and a professor of pediatrics UC San Diego. He is one of only two ABIM-certified adult congenital heart disease specialists in San Diego, Imperial and Riverside counties.
Previously, he was director of pediatric cardiology at Rady Children's and chief of pediatric cardiology at Yale University School of Medicine.
After attending Princeton University and the University of Rochester School of Medicine, he completed his pediatric residency at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, followed by a pediatric cardiology fellowship and Texas Children's Hospital.
Dr. Perry is part of the UC San Diego/Rady Children's team that provides pediatric cardiac services to the Hawaii Pacific Health group, based at the Kapi'olani Women and Children's Medical Center in Honolulu.
He is active in clinical and translational research projects on antiarrhythmic drugs, catheter ablation, adult congenital heart arrhythmias, innovative device designs, and program development. Currently, Dr. Perry is an NIH-R01 co-investigator on a UC San Diego team investigating computational modeling of congenital heart disease.
Along with his clinical and research responsibilities, Dr. Perry teaches in the Department of Pediatrics and engineering departments of UC San Diego. He is also a former president of the Pediatric and Adult Electrophysiology Society.
In his spare time, Dr. Perry enjoys surfing and has been active with the Surfrider Foundation.
Electrocardiogram Standards for Children and Young Adults Using Z-Scores.
BratincsÃ¡k A, Kimata C, Limm-Chan BN, Vincent KP, Williams MR, Perry JC
Lack of change in CA1 dendritic spine density or clustering in rats following training on a radial-arm maze task.
Craig E, Dillingham CM, Milczarek MM, Phillips HM, Davies M, Perry JC, Vann SD
Loss of ventricular preexcitation during noninvasive testing does not exclude high-risk accessory pathways: A multicenter study of WPW in children.
Escudero CA, Ceresnak SR, Collins KK, Pass RH, Aziz PF, Blaufox AD, Ortega MC, Cannon BC, Cohen M, Dechert BE, Dubin AM, Motonaga KS, Epstein MR, Erickson CC, Fishberger SB, Gates GJ, Capone CA, Nappo L, Kertesz NJ, Kim JJ, Valdes SO, KubuÅ¡ P, Law IH, Maldonado J, Moore JP, Perry JC, Sanatani S, Seslar SP, Shetty I, Zimmerman FJ, Skinner JR, Marcondes L, Stephenson EA, Asakai H, Tanel RE, Uzun O, Etheridge SP, Janson C
Intravenous Sotalol in the Young: Safe and Effective Treatment With Standardized Protocols.
Borquez AA, Aljohani OA, Williams MR, Perry JC
Difficulties with invasive risk stratification performed under anesthesia in pediatric Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome.
Shwayder MH, Escudero CA, Etheridge SP, Dechert BE, Law IH, Blaufox AD, Perry JC, Dubin AM, Sanatani S, Collins KK
Rapid Whole Genome Sequencing Has Clinical Utility in Children in the PICU.
Sanford EF, Clark MM, Farnaes L, Williams MR, Perry JC, Ingulli EG, Sweeney NM, Doshi A, Gold JJ, Briggs B, Bainbridge MN, Feddock M, Watkins K, Chowdhury S, Nahas SA, Dimmock DP, Kingsmore SF, Coufal NG, RCIGM Investigators.
Mammillothalamic Disconnection Alters Hippocampocortical Oscillatory Activity and Microstructure: Implications for Diencephalic Amnesia.
Dillingham CM, Milczarek MM, Perry JC, Frost BE, Parker GD, Assaf Y, Sengpiel F, O'Mara SM, Vann SD
Evaluation of Fontan liver disease: Correlation of transjugular liver biopsy with magnetic resonance and hemodynamics.
Silva-Sepulveda JA, Fonseca Y, Vodkin I, Vaughn G, Newbury R, Vavinskaya V, Dwek J, Perry JC, Reshamwala P, Baehling C, Lyon J, Davis C, Lee JW, El-Sabrout H, Shahbah D, Alshawabkeh L, Moore JW, El-Said H
Striking reduction in neurons and glial cells in anterior thalamic nuclei of older patients with Down syndrome.
Perry JC, Pakkenberg B, Vann SD
Bifid T waves on the ECG and genetic variation in calcium channel voltage-dependent beta 2 subunit gene (CACNB2) in acute Kawasaki disease.
Oyamada J, Shimizu C, Kim J, Williams MR, Png E, Hibberd ML, Tremoulet AH, Perry JC, Burns JC
Catheter Ablation of Ventricular Arrhythmia for Ebstein's Anomaly in Unoperated and Post-Surgical Patients.
Moore JP, Shannon KM, Gallotti RG, McLeod CJ, Chiriac A, Walsh EP, Sreeram N, Patel AR, De Groot NM, von Alvensleben J, Balaji S, Frankel DS, Miyake CY, Perry JC, Shivkumar K
Arrhythmias and conduction disorders associated with atrial septal defects.
Williams MR, Perry JC
Life-Threatening Event Risk in Children With Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome: A Multicenter International Study.
Etheridge SP, Escudero CA, Blaufox AD, Law IH, Dechert-Crooks BE, Stephenson EA, Dubin AM, Ceresnak SR, Motonaga KS, Skinner JR, Marcondes LD, Perry JC, Collins KK, Seslar SP, Cabrera M, Uzun O, Cannon BC, Aziz PF, KubuÅ¡ P, Tanel RE, Valdes SO, Sami S, Kertesz NJ, Maldonado J, Erickson C, Moore JP, Asakai H, Mill L, Abcede M, Spector ZZ, Menon S, Shwayder M, Bradley DJ, Cohen MI, Sanatani S
Epicardial Intraoperative Three-Dimensional Mapping of Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome in a Child With Ebstein's Anomaly.
Perry JC, Bratincsak A, Shepard S, Williams MR, Loslo J, Murthy R, Lamberti JJ
Intravenous sotalol for conversion of atrial flutter in infants.
Aljohani OA, Perry JC, Williams MR
Atlas-Based Computational Analysis of Heart Shape and Function in Congenital Heart Disease.
Gilbert K, Forsch N, Hegde S, Mauger C, Omens JH, Perry JC, PontrÃ© B, Suinesiaputra A, Young AA, McCulloch AD
Genotype Positive Long QT Syndrome in Patients With Coexisting Congenital Heart Disease.
Ebrahim MA, Williams MR, Shepard S, Perry JC
Intraoperative Three-Dimensional MappingÂ of Supraventricular Tachycardia in a Young FontanÂ Patient.
Perry JC, Williams MR, Shepard S, Bratincsak A, Murphy C, Murthy R, Ebrahim M, Lamberti JJ
Atlas-Based Ventricular Shape Analysis for Understanding Congenital Heart Disease.
Farrar G, Suinesiaputra A, Gilbert K, Perry JC, Hegde S, Marsden A, Young AA, Omens JH, McCulloch AD
Genetic Variation in the SLC8A1 Calcium Signaling Pathway Is Associated With Susceptibility to Kawasaki Disease and Coronary Artery Abnormalities.
Shimizu C, Eleftherohorinou H, Wright VJ, Kim J, Alphonse MP, Perry JC, Cimaz R, Burgner D, Dahdah N, Hoang LT, Khor CC, Salgado A, Tremoulet AH, Davila S, Kuijpers TW, Hibberd ML, Johnson TA, Takahashi A, Tsunoda T, Kubo M, Tanaka T, Onouchi Y, Yeung RS, Coin LJ, Levin M, Burns JC, International Kawasaki Disease Genetics Consortium.
A Novel Method for Epicardial Defibrillator Lead Placement in Young Children: Coil Between the Great Arteries.
Murthy R, Williams MR, Perry JC, Shepard S, DiBardino D
A Clinical Risk Score to Improve the Diagnosis of Tachycardia-Induced Cardiomyopathy in Childhood.
Moore JP, Wang S, Albers EL, Salerno JC, Stephenson EA, Shah MJ, Pflaumer A, Czosek RJ, Garnreiter JM, Collins K, Papez AL, Sanatani S, Cain NB, Kannankeril PJ, Perry JC, Mandapati R, Silva JN, Balaji S, Shannon KM
Evaluation and management of bradycardia in neonates and children.
Baruteau AE, Perry JC, Sanatani S, Horie M, Dubin AM
Heart rate analysis by sparse representation for acute pain detection.
Tejman-Yarden S, Levi O, Beizerov A, Parmet Y, Nguyen T, Saunders M, Rudich Z, Perry JC, Baker DG, Moeller-Bertram T
Left Ventricular Mechanical Property Changes During Acute AV Synchronous Right Ventricular Pacing in Children.
Tejman-Yarden S, Bratincsak A, Bachner-Hinenzon N, Khamis H, Rzasa C, Adam D, Printz BF, Perry JC
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