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E Kevin Hall, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Cardiology) and of Biostatistics (Health Informatics); Director, Pediatric Heart Transplant Program, Pediatric Cardiology; Director, Pediatric Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy Program, Pediatric Cardiology

Contact Information

E Kevin Hall, MD

Patient Care Locations

Mailing Address

  • Pediatric Cardiology

    PO Box 208064

    New Haven, CT 06520-8064

    United States

Appointments

Biography

2006 - 2009 Fellowship, Pediatric Cardiology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
2009 - 2010 Senior Fellowship, Heart Failure & Transplant, Children's Hospital Boston

Education & Training

  • Senior Fellow
    Children's Hospital, Boston (2010)
  • Fellow
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2009)
  • Resident
    Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital (2006)
  • Intern
    Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital (2004)
  • MD
    Trinity College (2003)
  • MBBCh
    Trinity College (2003)

Activities

  • Challenges for Small Programs in Mechanical Support
    ACTION Learning Network is a broad consortium of 46 national and international children's hospitals who gather to regularly discuss, share, and build broad consensus-based treatment protocols for pediatric mechanical cardiac support 2021
  • A Longitudinal Pilot Study of Left Ventricular Strain in Multisystemic Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
    (President's Circle ePoster Presentation) 2021
  • Modern Computing Techniques in Cardiology & Medicine
    Presented on modern techniques in artificial intelligence and machine learning in medicine along with Marco Francone (Milan) and John Rumsfeld (CIO of ACC) 2021
  • Chair, Program, Fifth IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering Technologies, Washington DC, September 23 - 25, 2020
    Washington, United States 2020
  • Baseline Physical Activity in Individuals with Long QT Syndrome: The NIH-Funded Lifestyle and Exercise in LQTS (“LIVE-LQTS”) Study,
    San Diego, United States 2020
  • Chair, Special Panel, Fourth IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering Technologies
    Washington, United States 2019
  • Topics in Pediatric Hypertrophic Cardiomyopath
    New Haven, United States 2019
  • Advances in Mobile Health Research
    Boston, United States 2019
  • Natural Language Processing in Brain Cancer Clinical Trials
    Phoenix, United States 2019
  • Program Chair, Third IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering Technologies
    Washington, United States 2018
  • Hot Topics in AI in Medicine: Blockchain Use in Healthcare and Cybersecurity
    Laguna Niguel, United States 2017
  • Applications of AI in Medicine, Cloud Computing and Big Data
    Laguna Niguel, United States 2017
  • Basics of Data, Databases, and Data Security
    Laguna Niguel, United States 2017
  • Mobile in Clinical Research, Headline Speaker
    Philadelphia, United States 2017
  • State of the Organization, Communications
    Stanford, United States 2017
  • Updates on Mobile Communications and Strategy
    Stanford, United States 2017
  • Guest Seminar on Emerging Technologies for Research
    Boston, United States 2017
  • Cloud Computing and Data Security
    Laguna Niguel, United States 2016
  • Open Forum and Takeaways With the Experts
    Laguna Beach, United States 2016
  • Advances in eMedicine
    Atlanta, United States 2016
  • Advances in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
    Atlanta, United States 2016
  • Society Report on Communications
    Atlanta, United States 2016
  • Invited Speaker and Consultant: Applications for Mobile Health
    Beijing, China 2016
  • The Yale Cardiomyopathy Index: ResearchKit and Mobile Studies
    Laguna Niguel, United States 2016
  • Lessons from One of the First Apps with Apple’s ResearchKit
    Boston, United States 2016
  • Building Cross Platform mHealth Apps with React Native
    New Haven, United States 2016
  • Differentiation and Treatment of States of Shock in the Field
    New Haven, United States 2015
  • Aortic Stiffness and Diastolic Dysfunction in Pediatric Patients with Bicuspid Aortic Valve
    Oxon Hill, United States 2012
  • Pediatric Cardiomyopathy
    Bridgeport, United States 2012
  • Differences in Pediatric Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure
    New Haven, United States 2012
  • Syncope and the Practitioner, a Presentation of the European Society of Cardiology’s 2009 Guidelines
    New Haven, United States 2011
  • Pediatric Grand Rounds, Cardiomyopathy in Children
    New Haven, United States 2011
  • Non-invasive Detection of Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy in Pediatric Heart Transplant Recipients with Exercise Stress Echocardiograph
    Chicago, United States 2010
  • BNP Correlates with Right-Heart Pressures but not Rejection Grade in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patien
    Washington, United States 2009
  • Impact of Sex Matching on Survival after Orthotopic Heart Transplantation
    Boston, United States 2009
  • Understanding the Heart Transplant Evaluation
    Boston, United States 2009
  • E:Ea Ratio Does Not Correlate With Pulmonary Capillary Wedge Pressure in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients
    Washington, United States 2009
  • BNP Correlates with Right-Heart Pressures in Pediatric Heart Transplant Patients
    Washington, United States 2009
  • Heart Donation after Cardiac Death: Ethics and Perspective
    Philadelphia, United States 2008

Professional Service

OrganizationRoleDate
Yale University School of NursingMentor2021 - Present
Project Viva Advisory Board, Project VivaProject Viva is a pre-birth cohort of 2,128 mother-child pairs based near Boston, MA and is part of the NIH ECHO program. It has collected information on numerous environmental exposures and health outcomes on the mother and child beginning in early pregnancy in 1999-2002, and the "children" are now young adults. The cohort is in the process of planning the next study visit, which will focus on the collection of data from the young adult participants who will be around 21 years old. My work with this group focuses on smartphone applications and wearables.2021 - Present
ACTION Learning NetworkMember of the Leadership Committee. ACTION is a broad consortium of 46 national and international children's hospitals who have gathered to regularly discuss, share, and build broad consensus-based treatment practices and protocols for pediatric mechanical cardiac support.2021 - Present
Fifth IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering TechnologiesIEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity, formed of 419,000 members in over 160 countries. The IEEE/ACM international conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (CHASE) is the leading international conference in the field of connected health. CHASE brings together researchers working in the smart and connected health area around the world to exchange innovative ideas and begin collaborations. Topics include sensing, communications, and intelligent analytics in support of health-related applications, systems, and engineering. Connected health will revolutionize preventative health and personalized medicine, providing rich medical information never-before available to individuals while driving down healthcare costs. Connected health is at the intersection of many fields including, but not limited to wearables, data management, security, and sensing technologies.2020
Transplant Executive CommitteeMember2020 - Present
American Heart Association (Scientific Statements)Reviewer2020 - Present
ACTION Learning NetworkCo-Leader, Digital Health2020 - Present
Fourth IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering TechnologiesChair2019
Pediatric TransplantationReviewer2019 - Present
Journal of Cardiac FailureReviewer2019 - Present
Yale Physician Assistant Thesis Readers CommitteeMentor2018 - 2019
Third IEEE/ACM Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems, and Engineering TechnologiesChair2018
Advisory Board, AI MagazineMember2018 - Present
International Society for Pediatric InnovationThe International Society for Pediatric Innovation (iSPI) was formed to address the unmet need for an open global network focused on innovation leadership. iSPI provides a unique opportunity for pediatric leaders to be at the cutting edge of technological influence and creative energy. Through the exchange of ideas, data, knowledge, and experience, iSPI is uniquely armed with collective medical intelligence. iSPI shares the latest thought leadership and insights to empower hospitals and individuals to leverage emerging innovations.2018 - Present
Institute for Advanced Clinical Trials for Children (iACT)Host2018 - Present
Expert Panel Member, Delphi ProjectCardiotoxicity in Childhood Cancer Survivors2018 - Present
Advisory Board, IGIA PharmaceuticalsMember2017 - 2018
Independent Advisory Board, Umana Medical Technologies, Republic of MaltaMember2017 - Present
Smart Health (Elsevier)Associate Editor2017 - Present
Pediatric Technology Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Children's Healthcare of AtlantaGrant Reviewer2017 - Present
Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and DesignFaculty advisor, Bulldog Hackathon2016
Provost's Information Technology Services Advisory CommitteeMember2016 - Present
International Society for Pediatric InnovationBoard of Directors2016 - Present
International Society for Pediatric InnovationMember, Steering and Leadership, Global Health, and Artificial Intelligence Committees2016 - Present
International Society for Pediatric InnovationChair, eMedicine and Communications Committees2016 - Present
Senior Medical Advisor, Boston TechnologyAdvisor2015 - 2018
New England Congenital Cardiac AssociationLead, Communications Committee2015 - 2017
Cardiology in the YoungReviewer2015 - Present
Billing Compliance Leadership CommitteeFaculty Member2014 - 2016
ACGME Clinical Learning Environment ReviewMember2014
Journal of PediatricsReviewer2013 - Present
EPIC Implementation CommitteeMember2012 - 2013
Pediatric Resident Mentorship ProgramMentor2010 - 2016
American Red Cross, Physician Liaison "Operation Red Cross Trained"Lead2010 - 2015
New England Congenital Cardiac AssociationMember2010 - Present
Children's Hospital Boston, Failing Fontan Protocol Investigation GroupFailing Fontan Protocol Investigation Group2009 - 2010
Project to Deliver Dinners to Dublin's HomelessFounder2000 - 2003

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