The Electrophysiology Research Foundation is a charitable organization incorporated on August 2, 1982. The Foundation is a non-profit corporation, organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes.


Trustees of the Foundation

Donald J. Saltzman CPA

Donald J. Saltzman, CPA has a long tenure with Leaf, Saltzman, Manganelli, Pfeil & Tendler, LLP, having joined the firm more than 40 years ago. He provides business planning and strategic planning services to closely-held businesses on a wide range of tax and financial matters. While his clients are diverse, he provides specialized support to medical practitioners, and construction and insurance industries.

Donald began his career at Fred Landau & Co. in New York City and joined Leaf, Saltzman, Manganelli, Pfeil & Tendler five years later. Currently, in his role as Managing Partner, Donald oversees the day-to-day operations of the Firm and is also Chair of the Executive Committee. In addition, he is an active service partner, providing sound and prudent advice to clients on both business and personal financial issues.

A Certified Public Accountant in both New Jersey and New York, Donald is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) and New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA).

A graduate of Bucknell University, Donald obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce and Finance. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Four Seasons at Cedar Grove Condominium Association, Inc., and lives with his wife, Marilyn, in Cedar Grove, New Jersey.

The ICE-CHIP study:

Saksena S, Sra J, Jordaens L, Kusumoto F, Knight B, Natale A, Kocheril A, Nanda N, Nagarakanti R, Simon A, Viggiano M, Lokhandwala T, Chandler M for the ICE CHIP Investigator Study Group: A Prospective Comparison of Cardiac Imaging Using Intracardiac Echocardiography with Trans- Esophageal Echocardiography in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation: The Intra-Cardiac Echocardiography guided Cardioversion Helps Interventional Procedures (ICE-CHIP) study; Circulation Arrhythmias Electrophysiol. 2010: Dec 1;3(6):571
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