The Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (EP) Fellowship Program at the University of Wisconsin - Madison is a full service EP program offering state-of-the-art training. We have nine full-time clinical faculty members in addition to a large basic science program in ion channel and translational research in inherited arrhythmias. Our current Chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Dr. Mohamed Hamdan, is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Heart Rhythm Society.
The clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship training program is fully accredited by the ACGME for two electrophysiology fellows and we offer advanced EP subspecialty research and clinical training focused on advanced ablation. Our fellows rotate through the UW Hospital and Clinics as well as the attached William S. Middleton Memorial VH and Meriter Hospital.
Fellows also attend weekly EP conference, Journal Club, ECG, and other CVM conferences, and actively participate in diagnostic electrophysiologic studies, complex ablation procedures and device implants. We offer experience in laser lead extraction and left atrial appendage closure. Additional strengths of the program include a dedicated Inherited Arrhythmias Clinic as well as Faint and Falls Clinic.
Our program participates in ERAS and the NRMP Match for recruitment. Interested applicants should submit their applications through ERAS in June for positions starting July 1 the following calendar year.
Please submit all required materials through ERAS:
- ERAS application
- Three letters of recommendation, including a letter from your Cardiovascular Disease fellowship program director
- Personal statement
- ECFMG certificate (if applicable)
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Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship
H4/583 CSC MC 3248
600 Highland Avenue
Phone: 608-263-9648 or 608-265-8485