Women in Electrophysiology (EP) Arrhythmia Symposium

Women in EP Arrhythmia Symposium

February 23 - 24, 2018

334 Meeting St.

Charleston , SC 29403

This innovative symposium offers women in electrophysiology a forum to discuss ground-breaking technologies and leading-edge questions in electrophysiology.

Target audience

This program for female electrophysiologists and fellows, was designed by female electrophysiologists (EPs) and provides a forum for discussions about leading technologies and procedures, in addition to providing support and mentoring for female EPs.

Course overview

Key opinion leaders will again convene to present newly approved technologies, share challenging case studies and discuss relevant topics, all with an emphasis on translating these ideas into practical applications.


To see the event invitation, please click here

To register, please contact your local St. Jude Medical representative.

To contact corporate marketing, please email Casey Machicek or Lauren Gaeta.

Program directors

Ulrika Birgersdotter-Green, M.D.
Professor of Medicine
Director, Pacemaker and ICD Services
Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center
University of California San Diego Medical Center
San Diego, CA – WEST

Judith Mackall, M.D., FHRS
Associate Professor of Medicine
Chief Community Officer Eastern Region
Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute
University Hospitals Case Medical Center
Cleveland, OH – EAST

Course Directors and SJM Executives

Pictured from left to right are Laurie Voshage-Fischer (SJM Sr. Director, Global Arrhythmia Therapy Education), Rachel Ellingson (SJM Vice President, Corporate Strategy), Mark Carlson M.D. (SJM Chief Medical Officer and VP Clinical Affairs), Judith Mackall, M.D., FHRS (Course Director) and Ulrika Birgersdotter-Green, M.D. (Course Director).

This training program is focused on the safe and effective use of St. Jude Medical products.
Please note that St. Jude Medical adheres to the AdvaMed Code of Ethics for Interactions with Health Care Professionals and other similar guidance documents in other jurisdictions. As such, we cannot provide meals for spouses or guests of attendees.

Customers, potential customers and respective associates and agents licensed to practice medicine: state and federal transparency laws in the United States, and country-specific to those around the world, may require St. Jude Medical to disclose the amount of value transferred to licensed physicians, nurses and other professionals, as such, St. Jude Medical may be required to disclose the value of meals and drinks provided in relation to this educational training program to relevant governmental agencies.

The Dewberry Charleston
334 Meeting St., Charleston, SC, United States
February 23 - 24, 2018