About Our Program

Join the University of Wisconsin Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology (CCEP) fellowship and be in the center of the action in a full-service clinical program. Our training in the full suite of EP procedures—plus access to advanced education and research—gives you the experience you need for success.

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Meet Our Program Director

"We cultivate close interactions between fellows and attendings in a collaborative, learner-centered environment. We want you to feel like you’re part of our group while you’re here with us—not only as a fellow, but as a colleague."

Portrait of Dr. Blake Fleeman

Why You'll Love Our Program

  • A positive, collaborative environment where you can follow your passion, gain experience in your area of interest and achieve life balance 
  • A nationally recognized hospital and cardiovascular program with a high-volume EP service line, guaranteeing access to the full spectrum of procedural complexities, including advanced ablation and lead extraction 
  • Faculty mentor matching on arrival to provide guidance along your educational and career trajectory
  • Large basic and translational research programs in ion channels and inherited arrhythmias, and boutique clinics in faint and fall and inherited arrhythmias  
  • Service-wide continuous quality improvement and lab efficiency initiatives to prepare you for life after fellowship  
View from kayak paddling across Lake Monona in Madison, with the Monona Terrace convention center in the background
View from kayak paddling across Lake Monona in Madison, with the Monona Terrace convention center in the background

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What Learners Say

“The quality of training received from amazing faculty members is truly appreciated, but becomes more evident post-graduation when you know that [they] become life-long mentors and support as you navigate through your early careers as an attending.”

“Dr. Wright takes pains to ensure that trainees are grounded in best practice...and continues to support them to gain progressive autonomy during the course of their trainings. She role-models effective clinician behavior and is also great with didactics and other aspects as a mentor and faculty member.”


Please contact us with any questions about our program.