G. Michael Vincent, MD

Dr. Vincent received his medical training at The University of Utah. He completed his Residency in Internal Medicine and was a Fellow in Cardiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. He returned to the University of Utah where he was Chief Resident and went on to hold the position of Professor of Medicine. Dr. Vincent is currently Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City.

 Dr. Vincent is Founder and Chairman of the Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS) Foundation. He has received numerous honors including American Heart Association Citation for International Service; Researcher of the Year, LDS Hospital Medical Staff Award; and Gold Cadeusus Award for Outstanding Achievement, AMICUS, LDS Hospital. Dr. Vincent has been a contributor to some of the leading cardiac and medical journals.

 His research interests are in the area of sudden cardiac death involving the Long QT syndrome and a genetic link to the syndrome.