This is the second installment of a series of interviews with individuals who are clinical exercise physiologists (CEPs) and/or have greatly contributed to the field of clinical exercise physiology. I first met Dr Keteyian in June of 1985 when he interviewed me for a position in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. And, for full disclosure, I have worked alongside him ever since and consider him a close friend. Throughout the past 4+ decades, Dr Keteyian has been among the leaders who have helped shape both the clinical exercise physiology profession and the breadth and strength of the clinical exercise physiology literature base. He has been a major force in multiple important studies, organizations, and initiatives, and has led the Cardiac Rehabilitation/Preventive Cardiology Unit (which is within the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine) at Henry Ford for more than 40 years. Thank you, Dr Keteyian, for...

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