The Warren Alpert School of Medicine Brown University Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship has an unexpected opening for the 2016-2017 academic year. Our program is committed to preparing trainees for innovation and leadership in the field of clinical cardiac electrophysiology. Fellows receive state-of-the-art interventional EP training in a wide range of cardiac implantable devices, lead extraction, left atrial appendage occluder devices, endocardial/epicardial cardiac ablation, and advanced hybrid EP surgical procedures.
The Rhode Island Hospital, Brown University affiliated medical center, has a high volume of clinical procedures and is one of the top 100 largest hospital systems in the country. We are one of a handful of centers utilizing fully integrated hybrid EP operating rooms.
Our program is ACGME accredited and seeking applicants interested in completing two years of CCEP fellowship training. Positions for the second year of the CCEP training are also available for individuals who have completed a one-year program elsewhere and desire Advanced CCEP training for the 2016-17 academic years.
Applications are also being accepted for the 2017 academic year. Highly qualified physicians who have completed their board eligibility in Internal Medicine and Cardiology are encouraged to apply. J-1 Visa candidates are welcome to apply.