Dr. Paul Thompson and Dr. Beth Taylor present at first Statin Associated Muscle Symptoms Forum

January 25, 2017

Dr. Paul D. Thompson, chief of cardiology at Hartford Hospital served as the co-director of the first Statin Associated Muscle Symptoms Forum in Bethesda, MD, January 13 through 14.  

Dr. Thompson provided several lectures at the symposium on research done at Hartford Hospital including studies done by Gualberto Ruano designed to develop genetic diagnostic markers for statin myalgia.  Beth Taylor, PhD, Director of Exercise Physiology Research in Cardiology at Hartford Hospital also delivered several lectures on projects she and Dr. Thompson have done collaboratively. 

Dr. Thompson will also be a visiting professor of cardiology at the University of Colorado, Denver from February 9 through February 10, 2017.