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Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship

Led by program director John Miller, MD, the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology service of IU School of Medicine’s Cardiology Division and Krannert Institute of Cardiology is a national and international leader in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of heart rhythm disturbances. Some of the pivotal discoveries in causes, mechanisms and treatment of arrhythmias originated here. The physicians of the Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology service have extensive experience in management of all types of arrhythmia problems, from simple to extremely complex, and several are nationally and internationally recognized for their expertise. They receive referrals locally as well as from surrounding states and throughout the United States.

Training and clinical care facilities are equipped with the most advanced equipment for taking care of heart rhythm disturbances and IU School of Medicine faculty physicians have the necessary expertise to use them to achieve the best possible outcomes.

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Applications for this fellowship program are accepted through ERAS.

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Application

Applications for the Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship must be submitted using the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®). Registration opens on or around July 15. Applicants are encouraged to apply by September 14 to ensure full consideration.

Required application materials include completed Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Application, Curriculum Vitae, personal statement, USMLE Scores, three letters of recommendation, valid ECFMG Certificate (for non-US medical graduates).

Contact the Cardiology Fellowship Coordinator for information about these programs.

Deepak Bhakta, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine

Mithilesh K. Das, MB,BS

Professor of Clinical Medicine

Rahul Jain, MBBS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

John M. Miller, MD

Professor of Medicine

Takeki Suzuki, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine

Tanya Tanawuttiwat, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine