Jean-Phillippe Couderc, Ph.D., M.B.A.

Jean-Phillippe Couderc, Ph.D., M.B.A.

Contact Information

Heart Research Follow-up Program
265 Crittenden Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14642

Appointment: (585) 275-URMC (8762)

Professional Bio

Dr. Couderc is a biomedical engineer who obtained his PhD degree with highest honors from the French National Institute of Applied Sciences in Lyon, France in 1997. He was appointed Research Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Cardiology Department of Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester Medical Center, NY. In 2002, he graduated as a Master of Business and Administration from the Simon School of Business of Rochester, NY. He is the Assistant Director of the Heart Research Follow-up Program Laboratory. Dr. Couderc has a position of Chief Technology Officer of iCardiac Technology Inc.

He dedicated the past ten years to quantitative electrocardiography focusing on the development of novel techniques for the analysis of the ventricular repolarization from the surface ECG in human and in various animal models. Dr. Couderc is the author or co-author of numerous publications in computational science and engineering, numerical analysis, and computer science applied to electrophysiological signals. He is currently a member of the editorial boards of the Annals of Non-Invasive Electrocardiology, he is holding a SGE position at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research for the US Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Couderc is principal investigator and a co-investigator in several federal-funded research grants. He has been invited for lectures at universities, laboratories, and industrial research centers in U.S and Europe involving consulting experience with industry and national agencies (NIH and EPA).

Patient Care Bio

Dr Couderc has dedicated the past ten years to quantitative electrocardiography focusing on the development of novel techniques for the analysis of the ventricular repolarization from the surface ECG in human and in various animal models. Dr. Couderc is the author or co-author of numerous publications in computational science and engineering, numerical analysis, and computer science applied to electrophysiological signals. He is holding a SGE position at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research for the US Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Couderc is principal investigator and a co-investigator in several federal-funded research grants. He has been invited for lectures at universities, laboratories, and industrial research centers in U.S and Europe involving consulting experience with industry and national agencies (NIH and EPA).

Awards & Honors (Local)

Rochester Business Journal's 2007 Health Care Achievement Awards 2007
Winner of the Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation of the Year Award in Cardiac Safety Analytics (technology licenced to iCardiac Technologies Inc.) 2006
Mirowski-Moss Career Development Award, 2-year research funds (2003, Rochester, NY, USA). 2003
Dean's list for academic excellence at the Simon School University of Rochester (2002, Rochester, NY, USA). 2002
Award from the French Ministry of Research, 3-year funds (1993, Lyon, France). 1999
Young Investigators Award from the 23rd Annual Conference of the International Society for Computerized Electrocardiology (1997, Keystone, CO, USA). 1997
Award from the Institute of Electricity and Health, 1-year funds (1996, Paris, France). 1996
Young Investigators Award from the 60th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Circulation Society (1996, Tokyo, Japan). 1996

Patents

QTScale: Prolong QT Warning System

United States Serial NO.:
Filed Date: January 1, 1899
Title: QTScale: Prolong QT Warning System
Invented by: Jean-Philippe Couderc, Ramon Pallas-Areny

Current Appointments

Associate Professor - Department of Medicine, Cardiology Heart Research (SMD) - Primary

Education

MBA | Health Care Management | Simon School2003
PhD | Biomedical Engineering | National Institute of Applied Science1997
MS | Medical Specialties, Oth | France - Non-Medical School1994

Post-Doctoral Training & Residency

Heart Research Follow-up Program, Cardiology Department, University of Rochester Medical Center (NY, USA), Dr. Arthur J. Moss and Dr. Wojciech Zareba. 1999