Dr Hendrick Barner is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery at the Washington University School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Surgery at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. He also works at the Saint Louis University Hospital. Previously he has occupied the post of Professor in the Department of Surgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine as well. He has also held Visiting Professorships at 10 different institutions all over the US and in Japan.
Dr Barner has published extensively, including over 290 journal articles and over 30 books or book chapters. He has received the Honors Achievement Award from the Angiology Research Foundation, and Scientist of the Year from the Saint Louis University Chapter of Sigma XI. He is a current member of dozens of professional organizations for cardiologists and surgeons, and has sat on numerous Editorial Boards related to these areas of research. He is also a consultant for the Federal Aviation Administration. Dr Barner has impressive credentials and editorial experience from a career spanning 50 years.
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