Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program
Director: Andrew E. Darby, MD
The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program offers a two-year fellowship to fellows who have completed a basic Cardiovascular Disease fellowship. The CCEP fellowship provides extensive experience in all areas of electrophysiology and exposure to a wide variety of patients and arrhythmias.
The program is accredited by the ACGME and meets the requirements for subspecialty certification by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology. Fellows are provided with outstanding clinical training in managing arrhythmias and syncope, electrophysiologic testing, radiofrequency ablation, and implantation of arrhythmia and resynchronization devices. They also engage in mentored research that prepares them for careers in academic cardiac electrophysiology.
A research fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology is also available, focusing on new techniques for arrhythmia diagnosis and management. It also provides opportunities for collaboration with faculty from bioengineering and other disciplines related to cardiovascular medicine.
A list of faculty who teach and/or conduct research related to clinical cardiac electrophysiology is available here:
We welcome your interest in the UVA Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Program. For more information, call or send an email to:
Kara Watts, CCEP Fellowship Coordinator