The Electrophysiology Research Foundation is a charitable organization incorporated on August 2, 1982. The Foundation is a non-profit corporation, organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes.


Links to Our Sponsors

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital:
One of the nation’s leading academic medical centers, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital provides state-of-the-art care across the full range of health care services. Specialties include cardiac care from screening to heart surgery and transplantation, cancer care, emergency medicine, pediatrics and maternal-fetal medicine.
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The History of The Foundation

The Foundation has engaged in electrophysiological research for twenty years. It has been responsible for conducting research studies in the field of cardiac pharmacology, cardiac electrophysiology, arrhythmia ablation, implantable pacemakers, and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. It conducts and coordinates multicenter clinical trials, and basic research in cardiac electrophysiology and cardiac pacing. Grantors to the Foundation have ranged from the National Institutes of Health, other non-profit organizations, such as the American Heart Association, and private corporations engaged in research in this field. The Foundation has sponsored trainees from Asia, Europe, and North America for the conduct of research and for advanced training in cardiac electrophysiology. Many of these trainees have returned to their countries of origin to establish electrophysiology programs. It has cooperative projects, and currently operates Twin Center Research Projects with three institutions in New Delhi, India.

Map Guided “Tailored” AF Ablation in PAF RA & Septal ablation without PV ablation!

RA Maze and Upper
Loop Rotor (Flutter) in AF

RA Maze and Lower
Loop Rotor (Flutter) in AF

Mechanism of Human AF Cascading Rotors in LA & RA

LPV Trigger

CCW Flutter