Dr. Giovanni Campanile Signs With Creative Management for 'Heart Healthy Nutrition Book'
NEW YORK, NY(Marketwired - May 8, 2014) - Giovanni Campanile (Dr. G), MD, FACC, FSCAI, ABIHM, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Director, Dean Ornish Lifestyle Modification Program, Director Integrative Medicine & Nutrition, Director, Cardiac Rehabilitation is pleased to announce the signing of his book on "Heart Healthy Nutrition" with top Agent Alan Morell, Creative Management Partners.
Said Giovanni Campanile MD (Dr. G): "I am very excited to work with my Agent Alan Morell on this exciting book and other career opportunities in Broadcast and Licensing of my products and very pleased Alan introduced me to Sarah Toland, who has impeccable credentials in this field as a proven and respected Author with top publishers."
Said Agent Alan Morell: "Dr. G has impeccable credentials as an MD and Director Dean Ornish Lifestyle Modification Program, which many on TV are simply PhD's and with questionable compliance credentials. Our master strategy for 'Dr. G' branding is to have his unique book published by an A-list publisher extending his expertise in network Broadcast in the 'Heart Healthy Nutrition' sector, with further extension for his products with VitaQuest Int. for shopping channels to retail."
About Giovanni Campanile ("Dr. G"):
Giovanni Campanile ("Dr. G") MD is a quadruple board certified, Harvard Trained Cardiologist. He is the Director of Integrative Medicine, Nutrition and Cardiac Rehabilitation for Morristown Medical Center and Atlantic Health System which is rated by U.S. News and World Reports as one of the premier heart programs in the nation. Dr. Campanile was the cardiologist for President George HW Bush whenever he visited Kennebunkport, ME. Dr. Campanile worked as an investigator at the world renowned Framingham Heart Study and is currently working with Yale University and Duke University as the primary investigator for Atlantic Health System for the EMBARK trial, which is the first randomized controlled trial looking at Swedish massage for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee. Dr. Campanile is Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Dr. Campanile has been chief of cardiology at several medical centers, he developed a cardiac catheterization program in Key West, Florida. He has been named "Top Doctor" in cardiology by NJ Monthly Magazine on multiple years.
About Sarah Toland:
Sarah Toland is a veteran health journalist and former Olympic-level athlete. She was the senior health editor of Men's Journal and has appeared regularly as an independent weight-loss expert for the Fox News Channel. She also served as the editor-in-chief of Inside Triathlon, an internationally syndicated health and fitness magazine, and has worked as a health and fitness reporter for The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Delicious Living!, and Alternative Medicine, among other national publications. While launching her career in journalism, Sarah ran professional for Nike, qualifying for the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials in both the 5K and 10K. Sarah has just Authored The Original Greek Diet with Chef Maria Loi for Harper Collins sold by Agent Alan Morell to be released in October of this year.
Doctors represented by Agent Alan Morell for Literary, Broadcast, Fortune 500 Company's past and present: Dr. Bob Arnot: ("Aztec Diet" by HarperCollins NY Times Best Seller; Broadcast NBC; Campaigns: Google Health, General Mills, Pfizer, Products with VitaQuest; TV Series with RLTV under development); Dr. John Whyte: ("Is this Normal" by Rodale Press; Discovery Communications; Campaigns: Johnson & Johnson; Lily); Dr. Vijay Vad: ("Stop Pain" by Hay House; Broadcast: PBS); Dr. Alan Xenakis: ("Heart Truth Campaign"; Broadcast CBS); Dr. Eric Fisher: ("Eddie and the Emoticons"); Broadcast: CNN FOX; Dr. Jingdaun Yang: ("Facing East" with Designer Norma Kamali for HarperCollins, Products with VitaQuest) ; Dr. Christine Dumas: ABC "Katie" Show (Panther Bio; Private Access Pharma Sector).