Dr. Hamlin is a professor, researcher and Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and Cardiology, and his contributions to cardiovascular physiology have greatly influenced modern veterinary and human medicine. His work on the canine heart and subsequent research in the treatment of heart disease has benefited both man and animal. He is the author of approximately 300 peer-reviewed articles and serves on the editorial board of several veterinary and scientific journals.
Dr. Hamlin is an internationally recognized clinician, scholar and lecturer in cardiology, physiology and pharmacology. He is a Director at the Q-Test Labs, a preclinical cardiovascular laboratory that supports the development of new cardiovascular therapies for animals and humans.
Dr. Hamlin received his bachelor’s degree in agriculture, his doctorate of veterinary medicine and additional master’s and doctorate degrees, all from Ohio State. Dr. Hamlin joined the Ohio State faculty in 1960, and served as a research fellow at the Cleveland Area Heart Association, the Central Ohio Heart Association and the National Institutes of Health.