The Center for Arrhythmia Research offers interdisciplinary training and support programs for graduate students, medical students, postdoctoral students and clinical scientists.
Students come from more than 20 countries. Many are physicians-in-training cardiology fellows, who have completed medical school and residency, and intend to practice cardiology but want to learn basic cardiac electrophysiology.
Other students include scientists with PhDs seeking postdoctoral training and graduate students pursuing PhDs. Our faculty members teach laboratory research, computational research and elective courses in cardiovascular science. Students meet regularly to present research papers to Center for Arrhythmia Research faculty and present their work at scientific meetings. Graduates of the Center for Arrhythmia Research go on to highly-coveted positions in academics and industry.