Dr. Harvey Feigenbaum is widely recognized as the "Father of Echocardiography" for pioneering the most widely used cardiac imaging technique in the world.

Additional contributions that Dr. Feigenbaum has made to the medical profession include training many early pioneers and the first cardiac sonographers, organizing the first and numerous other courses in echocardiography, and writing the first and leading textbook with multiple editions and translations.

Clinical interests: All aspects of Echocardiography

Cardiovascular Medicine
BS, Indiana University, 2000
MD, Indiana University, 1958
AB, Indiana University, Anatomy, 1955