Women in Electrophysiology

 Women in Electrophysiology

Empowerment Through Engagement

Abbott is committed to supporting women in the sciences — from its STEM program for young women and participation in the #IlooklikeanEngineer campaign to its ongoing support for innovative programs like Women in Electrophysiology (EP).

The Women in EP program offers a unique forum for female electrophysiologists from around the world to discuss ground-breaking technologies and pressing questions in electrophysiology.

Leading EPs present on the latest clinical data, share challenging case studies, and discuss relevant topics, all with an emphasis on translating these ideas into practical applications.

More importantly, the program is an opportunity for female EPs to engage with their peers, to provide mentoring, and to support career empowerment.

 Women in EP: Empowerment through Engagement

Pictured (from left to right): Dr. Ratika Parkash, Dr. Litza Lamrakos, Dr. Anne Curtis, Dr. Cindy James, Dr. Rhea Pimentel, Dr. Taya Glozter, Dr. Judith Mackall (program chair), Casey Machicek (Abbott), Dr. Ulrika Birgersdotter-Green (program chair), Dr. Usha Tedrow, Dr. Jennifer Silva, Dr. Melissa Robinson, Dr. Janet Han

 Women in EP: Empowerment through Engagement

Abbott’s commitment with our veteran program chairs began 10 years ago in California as a small symposium – built by physicians, for physicians. Today, the Women in EP initiative supports various programs throughout the year and has drawn participants from the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Japan and India.

A listing of Women in EP events and registration information is below. For further questions, please contact us.

Upcoming Events

Women in EP Arrhythmias Symposium – Americas

February 24-25, 2023
La Jolla, CA

Women in EP Poster Presentation & Engagement @ HRS

Saturday, April 30, 2022
San Francisco, CA

Women in EP Poster Symposium – Germany

Cologne, Germany

Details to follow.


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