J. Archer Consulting

Dr. Jeremy Archer–pediatric cardiologist, author, speaker, and teacher–brings his experience to bear for your Expert Witness and Medical Editing needs.

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Expert Witness

Unbiased review of the most challenging cases with thorough, professional reports and testimony.

As an expert witness, Dr. Archer brings the experience of an actively practicing pediatric cardiologist who has been a faculty member at top-ten pediatric heart centers. He maintains an uncompromising focus on the facts of each case and can efficiently understand and distill complex clinical scenarios. He brings a clear and persuasive writing style, honed by his own extensive editing and authorship record; as well as a straightforward style of speaking developed through over 25 years of teaching and public presentations, making him an effective expert for plaintiff’s and defense counsel alike.

His areas of special expertise include preoperative and postoperative congenital heart disease care, exercise testing and sports cardiology, sudden death, fetal cardiology, pulmonary hypertension, dysautonomia, POTS, long Covid, chest wall abnormalities including pectus excavatum, , and transthoracic and fetal echocardiography.

Medical Editing

High quality medical publications with the most updated and evidence-informed recommendations.

Dr. Archer is an experienced medical author and editor, has served since 2014 as the pediatric cardiology editor for Dynamed, a leading point-of-care reference tool for which he has contributed to over 30 monographs.  He has also served as a reviewer for multiple scientific journals including the Journal of the American Heart Association, Pediatrics, the Journal of Pediatrics, Cardiology in the Young, Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Quality of Life Research. His own publications have focused primarily on the diagnosis and impact of congenital heart disease in premature infants. Recently, he has spoken widely on the cardiovascular complications of Covid-19 in children.